2017 may be coming to an end, but the new music keeps rolling in. Check out our favorite tracks, and stream the entire playlist below.
Haim – Walking Away (Mura Masa Remix)
Our favorite sisters are back with another remix off their fabulous album, this one courtesy of Mura Masa. The young phenom is no stranger to working within the pop realm, and it shows.
Flosstradamus & Dillon Francis – Turn Up
I’m not sure why it took this long for this collaboration to happen, but I’m glad it did. It’s exactly what you’d expect from these two. It’s fun, trappy, and heavy as fuck. Turn it up, and turn up.
Whethan – Aftertaste (feat Opia)
Sultry electronic is all the rage right now, and Whethan is a master of everything trendy. The young phenom enlisted Opia for this sexy track, and it’s another fantastic piece in Whethan’s diverse catalogue.
The Chainsmokers – Young (k?D Remix)
If you puked a little when you read The Chainsmokers, you’re not alone. But never fear, K?d takes this pop-punk-gone-EDM garbage pile and turns into a future bass masterpiece that’s completely his style.
Taska Black x DROELOE – Running Away
If you know Taska Black and DROELOE, you’ve already been bumping this song since it came out, and loving it. If not, get familiar. These two artists off San Holo’s bitbird label are exploding on the scene right now for good reason.
CamelPhat – Cola (Robin Schulz Remix)
One of 2017’s most inescapable house tracks has finally gotten the remix treatment. Robin Schulz is no stranger to bridging the gap between house music and mainstream electronic, and does this future classic justice.
Cash Cash x DaSHBOARD CONFESSIONAL – BELONG
In 2017’s world of unexpected collaborations, I still never saw this one coming. Dashboard Confessional send to make me cry, and Cash Cash made me dance, and the combination is a strange mix of emotions that I absolutely love.
These are just a few of the songs in the newest update to Freshly Picked Beats. Be sure to check out the Spotify playlist in its entirety below.
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