Let It Rip (DES3ETT Remix) – Afrojack, BROHUG (feat. Titus)
Check out this massive remix here off of Global Remix Battle I EP, a re-work of the house god Afrojack and masters of bass BROHUG’s “Let It Rip (feat. Titus) by DES3ETT. DES3ETT, a.k.a., Cristian Verdes has been on the EDM scene for over a decade often re-working and dropping bootleg remixes of hit tracks. The original tune is a banger on it’s own, this remix puts a fresh spin on the 2019 bass cut.
[Bass House/Hip-Hop:] BOSS (BROHUG Remix) – Lil’ Pump
Although this track is actually a bit old now, I’d be remiss if I didn’t feature this absolutely slammin’ BROHUG remix of Lil’ Pump’s “Boss.” BROHUG bring their signature sound to the track and step its energy up while retaining its swag.
Be sure to also check out BROHUG’s more recent remix of Lil’ Pump and Kanye West’s “I Love It.” Check out more from the bass house trio, BROHUG, on their Soundcloud.
[Bass House/Big Room:] “Swag” and “Vamos” EP on Dim Mak Records
BROHUG has done it once again with some bass-laden tunes released just in time for the new year. Closing out 2018, is the “Swag / Vamos” EP release on Dim Mak Records. Both tunes are filled to the brim with bass and BROHUG’s signature sound.
“Swag” is energetic with a repeating female vocal that echoes after the drop. “Vamos” employs a deep voice repeating the title and filling the floor with heavy bass ambiance. It takes some inspiration from the big-room genre.
[Bass House/Rap:] I Love It (BROHUG Remix) – Kanye West & Lil’ Pump
Bass house gurus BROHUG have done it again with a massive remix of Kanye West and Lil’ Pump’s “I Love It.” The popular trio perfectly meld the sounds of Rap and G-House with their signature bass house sound. Loud, noisy, full of energy and made for going crazy to, by the first drop the track is a floor filler.
A slick interlude with funky basslines after the drop smoothly mixes with Lil’ Pump’s bars and more relaxed raps as compared to Kanye and the overall energy of the song. Right after, it’s back to another heavy drop this time accentuated by horns and industrial sounds. This remix certainly improves upon the original.
BROHUG does it yet again with their latest track, “In My Hand,” a satisfying blend of Disco house like vocals with their signature bass house sound.
The DJ trio seems to almost come up with unique ways to present their tunes and even drops that sounds the same still come across completely different. Not an easy accomplishment. BROHUG songs always energize, are face-melting or just plain raw in the best possible ways.
Check out their YouTube page and label page for more.
Bass gods Airwolf & Rrotik bring the fire in their collab “What You Think Gonna Happen,” a dark building masterpiece of bass and filthy flows.
Definitely something you’d hear in the most underground, off-the-map house & bass clubs for enthusiasts of dark, powerful electronic music. Do yourself a favor and connect with your underground raver side with this cut ✌🏽🕺.
The genre of house continues to evolve every day. Contained in the same sub-family as Bass House is G-House, house that frequently samples gangsta rap vocals alongside heavy bass. These types of songs are filthy, dirty and exactly the kind of tracks you’d hear in the deeper cuts of a rave, or somewhere they don’t play pop EDM.
Sonny Banks “Good Girls” is a great example of pumped up G-House (some of it is more downtempo) and is expectable from fellow Confession label mate to Dustycloud and Loge21.