Danceproject Hip-Hop picks of the week, no. 10

Durshlag, 2020-11-30

This is our 10th compilation of the week. And we are going forward.

This week there is music in different genres and types. Check them out below!

 

1. Frio Gio – Trouble

Frio Gio drops his new single “Trouble”. In this one, we really enjoyed the flows and drum pattern switches throughout the song.
Especially we love the part started at 1m 50s – the groove of the track is switched and makes the track more varied.


2. Matt Nye – Cruella De Vil

Cruella De Vil is one of the tracks on Matt Nye’s latest album, I’ll Be Fine.
The album itself contains a large number of various tracks and different energies. From Lo-Fi Chill tunes to the worthy Boom Bap sound that is Cruella De Vil. The track will remind you of those very times when boom-bap rocked not childishly.


3. DoubleR x Arnel Sherelle – Swagg Splashin

New Orleans bounce here in the face of DoubleR and Arnel Sherelle. Swagg Splashin is a brand new track that should be 100% part of a street dance scene.

Classic sound, beautiful groove and vibe will add to your collection of dance tracks in the lelist


4. Rota x Lucca Tunes – Loud

Here comes hip hop from Chicago. The new track Loud co-produced by Rota and Lucca Tunes will be a great addition to this week’s collection of interesting tracks.

“First I held it in. Now I’m loud.” – that defines this year for a lot of us.


5. Dandila – Dallas Droptop

Dandila drops his dope single in the Lo-Fi Hip Hop genre. Dope cosmic and electronic melody keeps your head moving and with vocals on top of it made this track is an interesting pick-up for the dancers.


6. Roy Juxon – Get To You Girl

An unusual addition to today’s collection will be a track in Electro Funk styles by Roy Juxon. The light commercial track that you want to dance to.

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