It’s Friday and SoundCloud Roundup 198 is here — along with new albums from Kendrick and 2 Chainz with Weezy. So we’ll thank you for prying yourselves away from those albums to join us for an hour of the best songs from SoundCloud. As the art might have clued you in, we’ve got some TLOP remixes as well as a bunch of new heat from the A$AP Mob. Press play, and let’s get litty.
The ever-talented King Thelonius opens up SoundCloud Roundup 198 with a soulful flip of “I love Kanye,” and we’re off to the races from there. We slide into a snippet of A$AP Rocky’s “Phantogram Freestyle,” which has us wanting more from the drop. If you don’t know about the green-bearded beast from Atlanta, Rome Fortune (slide 3), you will after this week. “Blicka Blicka” is the perfect intro to his poetic flow.
If you came here for the bangers, we’re serving those up too. We’ve got G Jones and Ekali teaming up on “Dark Matter” paired with promnite‘s not-to-be-missed remix of “Panda” from Desiigner. That ish is tooo damn lit. Carmack has his hands in a couple tracks this week including a team-up with Salva and Towkio and Vic Mensa track that’s so next level.
Soulection’s PYRMDPLAZA is featured this week on “Sluush” as well as Melvv‘s high octane remix of Alison Wonderland. Toronto’s Tory Lanez is also back in the Roundup this week with his own flip of “Uber Everywhere.” Drake may have clowned him on “Summer Sixteen,” but we still ride for Tory. That voice tho…
For all of our house heads, SoundCloud Roundup 198 has the antidote. We’ve got the Roundup debut of James Hype who gets deep on his remix of “In The Night.” We keep it deep for a few minutes after that thanks to Disclosure’s remix of “Never Be Like You” from Flume. If you’re expecting “Latch” era Disclosure, that track miiiiiight not be up your alley.
We’ve also got a little springtime bounce in our playlist this week. There’s Blvckmvr‘s bubbly remix of “Can I Have It Like That” as well as the usual heat from all-stars like Figgy, Pomo and Lincoln Jesser. Before Tim Legend finishes off our playlist, look out for Sango‘s “salgueiro mix” of Bryson Tiller. The tropical vibes are too real with this one.
If you need more playlists like this, don’t forget to check our SoundCloud account where we’ve got hundreds of playlists on deck. We’ll be back here next week.
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