Doused in funk, disco, gospel, and pure positivity, Floorplan’s new belter is what you need to brighten a bad day.
In a sea of DJs and producers, Floorplan is the duo that effortlessly stands out from the rest with their gospel-influenced, feel-good house sound. Using samples from Aretha Franklin’s vocally powerful track Respect, the track weaves in funky, slapped basslines, lively horns, and heavenly strings lifted from funk and disco, while maintaining a modern sound.
Wonderfully produced and blissful, this one will be unreal under the strobes, lasers, and lights of any party.
Following up on the belter that is Baddadan, Chase & Status have linked up with yet another huge name in DnB, Hedex, and rapper ArrDee for a darker, heavier track.
With some serious pace, wobbly basslines, and huge filthy stabs before the drop, they’ve done it again. Can these lads make a bad tune? It doesn’t seem like it. And with ArrDee’s simple but catchy lyrics, we doubt there’ll be a single person at their sets that doesn’t compulsively join in for the “yeah”s.
A hard, pure party anthem, this one’s going to be insane live and we can’t wait.
With a really chill instrumental that nods to those old-school hip-hop synth sounds, Doja Cat’s smooth, lazy delivery on this track makes it, in our opinion, the best track she’s released from this upcoming album so far.
A vibe we weren’t quite expecting, this style suits her slightly raspy voice so well. Demonstrating she can do pop bangers as well as low-key jazzy hip-hop, as much as we love her pop classics, she fits this sound like a glove.
If there’s more of this type of track on the album, we need it now.
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