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Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 3.30.15 Chart

I didn’t have the best weekend, so I decided to search for music that would make me feel better. These songs should definitely improve your mood on this fine Monday afternoon.

Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 3.30.15 Chart

1. “FinD ME” - Marshmello
I recently discovered Marshmello, and I have to say, I haven’t really heard anyone shaking up the trap game the way he is. Definitely coming out with some very original stuff.

2. “Pray” - Milo Mills
Melancholy trap influenced music from Milo Mills. The hashtag “fuckagenre” is definitely appropriate, since this track really doesn’t fit into any particular genre’s aesthetics.

3. “Everyday” - Cavalier x Brasstracks
Funky futuristic vibes on this collaboration between Cavalier and Brasstracks. Hard not to move to this one.

4. “Nite Wine” - Y//2//K
Y//2//K reworks his track “Whitewine” into a night core fueled banger.

5. “Silly Drake Noise Instrumental” - Raf Riley
I can definitely imagine Drizzy going in on this one. Beat is super heavy, gotta love those horns.

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6. “I Used To” - Josh Pan
Music production super group Josh Pan reworks Keyshia Cole’s “Love” into soulful future bass fire.

7. “New Direction” (Kuren Remix) - Hach
Kuren earned a place as one of the top 10 future bass tracks of the week thanks to his use of atmospheric synths and ambient keys.

8. “Unsure” - Astronautica
Alpha Pup songstress Astronautica creates the aural backdrop to a tropical beat scene paradise on her latest release.

9. “Cold Wintour Ft. Cakes Da Killa” - LSDXOXO
Enigmatic club music producer LSD takes the tempo down a notch on “Cold Wintour”. Ubiquitous club vocalist Cakes Da Killa adds his talents as well.

10. “Nope” - Tokimonsta 
Tokimonsta makes a return to her beat scene roots with “Nope”.

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