It’s Wednesday, and I’m back with a fresh list of the top 10 future bass tracks for you to kick off your hump day. This week I have a nice blend of bright, high energy future bass and super chill beats perfect for summertime vibes.
Alexander Lewis has made a number of appearances on the top 10 future bass tracks. Unfortunately, over the course of the weekend his apartment was broken into and he lost all of his music equipment. He released a few beats for a $1 donation to try to help him recover from this devastating loss.
One of my personal favorites from the Shifty Rhythms Volume Three compilation which was just released today. The artist formerly known Quinn Kyle brings us the perfect track for to add to your summertime ambience.
Hypnotic synth work blends with a catchy vocal sample on rolla’s contribution to Rooftops Horizon Vol.2 Compilation.
Subtact shows us that Wave Racer isn’t the only producer who has the bright and summery future bass jams on lock with his latest Monstercat release.
“How Could I”
Repping LA based M/O/D crew, we have some fresh fire from Yung Satan. Prime summertime vibes on this one.
“It G Ma (Spazzkid Bootleg)”
It was only a matter of time before the most hype Korean rap banger was treated to a future kawaii hypercute remix.
“Dance On Me (Fwdslxsh Remix)”
HW&W affiliated producer Fwdslxsh puts a downtempo future beat spin on Goldlink’s “Dance On Me”.
“Sanctified (Mr. Carmack Remix)”
Carmack’s prolific remixing work has brought us yet another future beat gem. The man cannot make bad music.
“I Just Wanna… feat. Dej Loaf (Arnold Remix)”
Arnold’s chilled out Elijah Blake remix earns M/O/D a second spot on this week’s top 10 future bass tracks.
“After Life (San Holo Remix)”
San Holo injects his usual bright and melodic sound with an intriguing future beat breakdown.