We’re back again for another week of diverse sounds and flavors from artists big and small. These five beautifully mastered tracks will help you deal with your dreary Sunday full of the forebode that is school or work on Monday. From sampled Pussycat Dolls vocals to massive trap sounds, you’ll find a good range of it all here.
First up, we have Aux Paris’s new release, a remix of Steve Jame’s song ‘Renaissance’ from Gill Chang. While there have been a myriad of remixes of ‘Renaissance’ that have come up into the forefront, this one is much different than the others. The drop takes twists and turns into saws, vocal chops, and brass that gets you in the mood to get fit.
Next, from Otodayo Records comes another Trap banger from Creaky Jackals. The vocal chops that come up in the drop make you want to get up and dance on the floor, wanting more and more out of the song, which it brings. We can’t wait for the next song from them and have high expectations for it!
First time featured artists on Trapstyle, Part Native come through with this unique hybrid track produced with Overload. These two duos came together to form one massive song that creates a misty tribal setting you can’t find anywhere else. Part Native is a duo to keep your eye out for in the coming months as they are sure to blow up this summer during the festival season in the Florida landscape.
Fern Souza is a name you’ll have to start hearing more and more of in the coming months. His recent flip of the Pussycat Doll’s classic song ‘Don’t Cha’ is exactly what you’d want to hear on repeat for hours while studying for finals. The catchy sub bass notes and top melody get you wanting to slowly jam to this with your significant other. We can’t wait to hear more from the up and coming Berklee School of Music Alumni.
Lastly, we have a repeat of last week with ‘Gyal Dem Move‘ by Falcons & Juelz. The strategically inserted Sean Paul vocals keep you hooked as the melody that lies under it transitions each part of the song with masterful flow. This amazing club shaker is something to look out for in your local night venues this summer.