It’s monday, so once again I’m back with a fresh list of the top 10 trap and bass tracks for you to kick off your week. This week’s chart leans mostly towards the bright and shimmering styles of future bass, but there are a few heavier trap tunes thrown in the mix.
Eight One Three
After a lengthy hiatus, Eight One Three returns with a vibrant tropical future bass tune perfect for any summer time activity.
“Weight In Gold (MPH Remix)”
There are a ton of remixes of this track, but this one is easily my favorite. MPH brings a very organic feel to something everyone else has been trying endlessly to digitize. Loving this one.
“White Iverson (Dave Luxe Remix)”
Post Malone’s magnum opus gets the Dave Luxe remix treatment with a some club influence thrown in.
“The Other (Papermind Remix)”
I first discovered these guys on Fluence.io, and I’m really glad I did. I see a lot of potential in them. They have the essential future bass sound on lock.
Wethaka X Oh Boy
Black Marble Collective
More bright, uplifting future bass in this week’s top 10 trap and bass tracks courtesy of Wethaka and Oh Boy off the Black Marble Collective’s Volume 3 compilation. Really good stuff, I highly recommend checking out the full comp.
One of chill trap/future beat’s finest producers, TroyBoi releases yet another completely original track. In an age where everyone wants to sound like Mr. Carmack, TroyBoi does an excellent job at differentiating himself from the masses.
“Chocolate (Promnite Remix)”
Promnite blends Giraffage’s dazzling future bass sounds with some slightly darker and heavier trap vibes.
“Deep Down Low (LH4L Remix)”
LH4L gives Valentino Khan’s ubiquitous track a heavy club remix.
“It G Ma (Glam Gould “SQUAD HYMN Remix)”
Keith Ape’s Koren rap anthem gets a funky futuristic flip from Glam Gould.
Even when Sable tries to go super dark and heavy with a new production alias, somehow his music still has that sparkling video game-esque future bass quality.