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80 – “Slow”
80 shares new single “Slow” as part of his weekly beat releases. The production here is a bit of lofi, trip-hop with some soulful elements. The drums are solid, punchy, and merge perfectly with the somber and ominous textures used.
Socotra – “Cutbacks”
Socotra gets into his lo-fi bag on his new release titled “Cutbacks.” The UK producer delivers a soothing and nostalgic beat ripe with lush keys, punchy drums, and relaxing basslines to match.
Get it on Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer.
888 Producer – “On Time”
888 Producer’s new release “On Time” is a smooth alluring piece that embodies the spirit of summer. It blends the best of soul samples over punchy boom-bap drum grooves and the result is splendid. The track is taken from his Summer, Vol. 1 project.
Get it on SoundCloud, YouTube, Deezer, Spotify.
Kuo – “18:30”
Kuo‘s”18:30″ is a somber and reflective beat ripe with a moody texture and soft drums. The progression is quite dynamic to some degree and has a nice punch within it.
Get it on SoundCloud, Apple Music, Deezer
Dj Unknown – “Old Droids”
Eclectic producer/DJ Dj Unknown‘s new release “Old Droids” is a dark cinematic beat built with moody textures and heavy drum grooves. This is something I hear Ill Bill or Vinnie Paz rapping over
Get it on Bandcamp, YouTube
Figarate – “Keep On”
Newcastle-based hip-hop Producer/Beatmaker Figarate makes his entry on our list with the soulful head-nodding jam titled “Keep On.” He blends heavenly horns, punchy boom-bap drum grooves, and pulsating basslines on this heavy tune.
Get it on Deezer, YouTube, Apple Music
Morizmatik – “Time”
Russian producer Morizmatik delivers an eclectic piece titled “Time.” From the pop elements to trip-hop and electronic, he brings forth an engaging and dynamic beat that listeners can rock with.
Get it on Apple Music, SoundCloud, YouTube, Deezer
Dude – “Chrome”
Dude brings something new on his latest release titled “Chrome.” The production here has a futuristic feel with booming drums, trippy synths that sound like a scene from a movie.
Grimaso – “All In Check”
Slovakian producer Grimaso makes his entry on our list with his Busta Rhymes-inspired beat titled “All In Check.” He flips a smooth soulful textured beat with Busta’s vocals and the result is solid.
Get it on SoundCloud, Apple Music, YouTube
rocomoco – “Warm Flicker”
“Warm Flicker” is the first single from the first rocomoco’s forthcoming album Into The Blue” (scheduled for September 2021). The track is as eclectic as they come and fuses elements from downtempo music and lofi hip hop. From the moody textures, jazzy chords, and lively drum grooves, Rocomoco sure delivers the goods in high quantities.
Get it on SoundCloud, Spotify, YouTube
CaliCronk – “I’ll Be Waiting”
CaliCronk got something new in the form of the single “I’ll Be Waiting,” a mellow dreamy beat ripe with lush keys, nostalgic layered sounds, and soothing sounds from nature.
Get it on Deezer, YouTube, Apple Music
Jona Kandaly – “Late in the Afternoon”
Italian producer Jona Kandaly shares the new single “Late in the Afternoon” with us. The production is piano-laden and somber with its soft textures, vocal samples, and mellow drum grooves.
Get it on YouTube, Deezer, Apple Music, Spotify, SoundCloud
Sweeps – “if I got you”
Producer Sweeps chops up a smooth soulful sample on his new track “if I got you.” A blend of soft strings, moody basslines, and a melodic vocal to match the engaging drum grooves. It’s taken from his new album titled Epoch.
Get it on SoundCloud
VOIDPRODUCEDIT – “THE WORLD MUST BE DESTROYED”
VOIDPRODUCEDIT closes this week’s list with this experimental and off-kilter track titled “THE WORLD MUST BE DESTROYED.” The production is out the box and is ripe with thick pulsating basslines, dark trippy synths that swirl around the listener’s ears.