After a brief hiatus, and a split from the Trap & Bass chart of old, we're expanding the Bass charts with a Future Bass version to give you low frequency dance music that is truly on the cutting edge. This week we go deep into the underground with artists that are pushing the genre to new levels of brilliance. Featuring a Biggie sample, a bit of Soul, remixes of high profile artists and everything in between. As always, check the full playlist is at the bottom.
Alexander Lewis - 'Dangerous'
Alexander Lewis is one of the few people that can rock a Biggie sample like this.
Yung Wall Street - 'Baby'
Big, bright, and beautiful future bass at its finest.
Soy Sauce x Lil Aaron - 'Bout Time'
Soy Sauce and Lil Aaron join forces for an exciting blend of future bass and hip hop.
Phazz - 'About Her'
Smooth, soulful beats from Phazz, who never ceases to impress me.
Rihanna ft. Drake - 'Work (Murlo Remix)'
Murlo flipped Rihanna's ubiquitous radio hit into equal parts grime, club, and dancehall.
Nina Las Vegas - 'EZY'
Since leaving Triple J, Nina Las Vegas has been hard at work cooking up some future heaters. Not even sure what genre to call this, but it feels like it sits somewhere between club music and future bass.
Castell - 'You Got It Wrong (Radio Edit)'
Entrancing vocals float across ambient texures that lead into more club friendly sections on Castell's latest release.
TYuS - 'City Of The Rose (Wheathin Remix)'
Wheathin adds a little future bass bounce to TYuS' track.
Electric Mantis - 'Daybreak'
Electric Mantis never ceases to amaze me with his complex sound design and extremely dynamic tracks.
Zayn - 'Pillowtalk (Stwo Remix)'
Stwo flips Zayn's first single into a chilled out future R&B tune.