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Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 3.16.15 Chart

This week’s top 10 future bass tracks offers the perfect soundtrack to enjoy this surprisingly warm weather I've been enjoying in LA. If you live in colder climates, this should help heat you up.

Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 3.16.15 Chart

1. “Aquarium”- Bamf, Moving Castle
One of my personal favorites off the latest Moving Castle compilation. Vibrant summery tune perfect for these rising temperatures.

2. “Can’t You See” - Ambassadeurs, Lost Tribe Records
Ambassadeurs latest release is an ambient yet heavily beat-driven track.

3. “Realla” (feat. Anderson Paak) (HWLS Remix) - Tokimonsta, Young Art Records & Future Classic
Tokimonsta’s well received single gets a horn heavy remix from Ta-Ku and Kit Pop’s HWLS project.

4. “Stronger” (ft. Debs) - Jia Lih
Huge synth sounds coupled with Debs vocal additions earned this track a spot as one of the week’s top 10 future bass tracks.

5. “Str8 Outta Mumbai” - (BenZel Remix), Jai Paul
Jai Paul’s downtempo track is remixed into something a little more upbeat by production tag team Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch aka BenZel.

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6. “Just One Thing” - Josh Pan
The classic Amerie track is reimagined by Josh Pan.

7. “Promiscuous” (PLS&TY Remix) - Nelly Furtado
PLS&TY maintain the bouncy vibes of the original Timbaland produced classic while adding an anthemic vibe via some huge horns.

8. “bAbe u Feel me Tho” - Rewrote, MOD
Rewrote’s latest track is a pastiche of experimental and forward-thinking dance music stylings.

9. “Pipes” - LEWIS And KRNE
Alexander Lewis and KRNE come together to create some sweet soulful future bass. (cover photo)

10. “Colors” - Kid Indigo
Kid Ingo’s latest combines heavy 808’s with atmospheric pads and strings to create a sonically rich palette of sounds.

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