This summer has had a nonstop barrage of amazing tracks, and we’re here to help you keep track of it all.
Check out our favorite tracks from the newest update of Freshly Picked Beats, and stream the entire playlist below.
Charli XCX – Boys
Charli XCX is back with one of her best songs to date, a simple summery song about forgetting your responsibilities and daydreaming about boys.
Elohim – Sleepy Eyes
Elohim and Whethan both came into the spotlight due to his remix of her track “Sensations” and now the two have paired up to create a beautiful track that highlights both Elohim’s incredible songwriting and Whethan’s catchy production.
REZZ – DRUGS!
REZZ hasn’t released a bad song in advance of her debut album, dropping today, but DRUGS! might be her best. It’s weird, it’s heavy, and it’s uniquely REZZ.
Zeds Dead x Illenium – Where The Wild Things Are
This is a powerhouse collaboration everyone was waiting for, and it doesn’t disappoint. Illenium’s talent for evoking emotion comes through in the verses, building into a drop that only Zeds Dead could pull off. It’s a headbanging emotional rollercoaster that only those two could put together with each other’s help.
Skrillex – Would You Ever (feat Poo Bear)
“DUBSTEP IS DEAD!” has been the overwhelming reaction to Skrillex’s new song of the summer, which only serves to downplay his skill as a producer. Sonny has been working with this sound for years, and this is one of the best examples of his versatility. It’s an immediately catchy track that doesn’t need a bass drop to get you moving.
Chase & Status – Love Me More (feat Emeli Sande)
A little bit R&B, a lot bit Drum & Bass, this is a powerful ballad that you can actually dance to. Chase & Status has been blending D&B with mainstream genres for years, and they show no signs of stopping any time soon.
Mark Johns – Same Girl
It’s an oddly sexy song about getting super high in a Toyota that only Mark Johns could pull off. Razor phones, running out of data, it embraces the idea of being able to change with the times, but choosing not to.
Check out the full Spotify playlist below, and give it a follow to stay up to date on all the best new tracks!
Feature Image: Elohim