Been posting so much pop lately, was so amazing to hear this. Back to the 2k14 vibes!
Duuuuude… heavy beats from Dillon Francis and G-Eazy. Smashing life.
Listened to this again today, so many bangers!
Morning morning has got dark! Siiiick remix from Alexander Lewis and Y2K! Em
Fool’s Gold Records are in the building releasing this track from the legend that is Hoodboi, it is out now. Hoodboi is from LA and is definitely leading the pack when it comes to this genre(s). This track is featuring the lovely vocals of ASTR and is just the epitome of a great future bass/trap track.
Welcome back from the long weekend! So the original of this track (you can listen to it here) definitely has a massive 80s vibe to it. This version but Shoe Scene has experimented more with the chilled trap side of, definitely bringing it into the future vibes world. I am really enjoying this, so sharing with you all!
Bigs fans of SevnthWonder for a while now and it is always good to see him dropping new tracks. It seems a lot of his old content has been taken down off SoundCloud but there is still quite a lot here. Trap Thursdays! Em
Self proclaimed good music making, fast-life living, slow wine sipping producer/rappers the Splurgeboys are really making a splash on SoundCloud right now. I first heard their track ‘Carry On‘ which actually features the rising star Ghetts. That is a great tune as well. ‘L.O.V.E’ has a great beat and their lyrics are really sick too. I am definitely going back to the kind of music I listened to as a teenager with this one. Trap out. Em
J Tropic brings out lovely chilled trap sounds here in the track ‘Who U Are’ , really glad this popped up on my SoundCloud feed, it is one of my favourite tracks right now. It has a nice edited soundscape in the background at times which brings a wider element to the whole track and it is sometimes unnoticeable which is really interesting. I have a lot of hope for this. Em
Emily sent this one through to me. I assume because of the sax. (I generally like and play the saxophone. And no … I don’t like Kenny G. Pile of shite).
Anyhow this is one serious chilled track from Ninetys and Trapdoor Records. It sounds like that Christmas song you don’t quite remember and that Stevie Wonder ballad that always sits towards the end of one of his best of collections. I mean that in absolutely the best way possible as a lover of both deep Stevie album cuts and Christmas jazz. Throw in a Destiny’s Child beat and its all golden.