Taylor Barnes here, back with the top future bass songs of the week. This week there was almosttoo much new music to choose from. So many amazing new tracks coming out, but I tried to pick only the best of the best for you, the fine readers of Magnetic Magazine.
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1. The Next Episode (San Holo Remix), Dr. Dre
Fresh future bass flip of a classic tune courtesy of San Holo.
2. Lexo, Esta
Chill vibes on this one from Soulection mainstay Esta. The song is part of a month long campaign called Selfless through which musicians donate songs to support an art or music based charity. Any purchases of this song will be donated to MusicianCorps.
3. We Dem Boyz (Louis Futon Remix), Wiz Khalifa
Super smooth, chilled out remix with flourishing arpeggios and pads creating movement throughout the tune.
4. Can't Touch Me (Maxx Baer Remix), Paces
Massive remix from up and coming producer Maxx Baer. The track gradually builds up from an ambient intro to a heavy, churning, bass laden beast.
5. Ritual Union (ELOQ Remix), Little Dragon
Uplifting synths, vibrant melodies, and varied rhythms make this song an absolute heater.
6. Trophies feat. R rhymez, LION KNGS
Team Supreme power duo LION KNGS give Drake's Trophies an 808 heavy revision, featuring UK rapper R rhymez.
7. Rosario, S-Type
S-Type has been producing what has become known as future bass for quite some time, and is LuckyMe's best kept secret. His years of experience shine through on his latest EP, especially on the uplifting title track which is without a doubt one of the top future bass songs of the week.
8. Body Party (Sam Gellaitry Remix), Ciara
Just as I was starting to get tired of hearing "Body Party" remixes, Sam Gellaitry comes correct with this bouncy, Kaytranada-esque house tune. This belongs here and not in the house chart, because although it's house music, it has roots in hip-hop, R&B, and the beat scene.
9. Dinosaur Bass (Boeboe Remix), Kappa Kavi
This remix is a bass heavy banger complete with jungle drum breaks and futuristic robot blips and bloops.
10. Raptor, Rustie
Rustie demonstrates his ingenuity by once again creating sonic soundscapes which seem transcend genre classifications. Although "Raptor" rises and falls in intensity, this song shows that you don't need a heavy drop to have a massive tune.