Future trap innovator and occasional Djemba collaborator London Future just dropped “It’s Okay Girl,” one of the most unique tracks I’ve heard in a while. Flipping the classic Usher track into a fun, hi-hats n’ deep synth vibe-sesh works brilliantly for a while, but Future isn’t satisfied with just one style. After a buildup halfway through the song, it switches to a different synth melody before completely transitioning deep/future house! I love that London Future has the gumption to defy all genre boundaries and prove that you make a killer track without copy/pasting the same drop over and over.
Y2K is another producer with really unique style, and he mixes magic on this White Iverson remix. The atmospheric opening creates a chill tone before delivering laid-back drop that sets the mood perfectly for any late-night activities.
Flamingosis is known for his progressive-retro style, and he stays true to form with “Summer Solstice,” with smooth vocals, piano, and repetitious guitar picking, all of which blends to provide a relaxing sound perfect for any summer afternoon.
English Up and comer Koloto does something really special with “Life In Clay,” meticulously crafting a consistent auditory environment with unique sounds and fun rhythm. It’s another very original track that is light and fun, but also very interesting and well mixed. The almost-tropical sounding track also brings the summer vibes, and I can’t wait to hear more of her work.