April 15th, 2016 | | | 3020 views by

Now that the mania of Kobe’s last game and the Dubs chase of 73 is over, SoundCloud Roundup 202 is here to bring the spring vibes. While the winter never seems to end (eat $hit Punxsutawney Phil), the sounds of the spring are coming through loud and clear on the ‘Cloud. Does your drink have an umbrella? Throw one up in it and press play.

To keep the spring vibes on fleek SoundCloud Roundup 202 kicks off with a little #tbt action from Mr. Carmack. While “Summer” and the Red EP debuted in 2015, we had to get you lit with this gem. The vibes are real. Our next track marks the Roundup debut of csysyk with a sharp edit of Future & Drake’s “Change Locations.” That sets us up for fresh heat from Snakehips, as well as Kid Ink‘s collabo with Fetty Wap that’s tearing up the radio right now. You know you fuxx with it, and so do we.

If you like a little of that tropical future bass we’ve got a suite all lined up for you in SoundCloud Roundup 202. The overdue return of Pusher comes this week with the clean original “Clear.” Pusher’s latest seriously sounds like a breath of fresh air to these neon-depraved ears. Vindata also pops up in our playlist with a floaty Kenzie May remix as well as a truly tropical flip of Rihanna’s “Work” from Bad RoyaleEkali might make the biggest noise of anyone this week with an amazing recreation of Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop.”

We had to feature a little hip-hop this week, too. That’s where buzz master Lil Yachty takes the reins on “India (Oh Love).” If you remember Rory Fresco and his SoundCloud smash “Lowkey” from Roundup: 191, then you’re in for a treat with his follow-up “Runnat.” But don’t let Geotheory‘s future bass flip of “Panda” pass you by either.

The rest of the Roundup is like a roller coaster that only goes up. There’s gems like “Racer” from Sam Gellaitry in addition to new tracks from all-stars like Oshi, Kali Uchis, Pantyraid and Flamingosis. Because SoundCloud Roundup 202 is all about that sunny day #chillmode, we had to finish off with some feels. Things don’t get too sappy, but you surely don’t want to sleep on the Om Unit remix of Kanye’s “Wolves” that’s as good as you can imagine.

We hope you enjoy your latest Roundup playlist. Apparently Joey Bats and the Blue Jays are feelin’ it…



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