Eventide and Academy team up make a perfect feel good track to vibe to in this August heat. These two duos getting together on a track is the perfect combination because their styles are almost the same. Academy starts the track out with some of their quicker signature vocals, then passes it to Eventide to provide you with the perfect relaxed vocals to chill out to. “Time to Kill” is another must-listen in order to keep the feeling of Summer going while school comes to a start. Make sure to grab the free download.
Nothing better than a brand new track out of Kygo. He has grown so much in popularity through all of the remixes he put out, but his most recent singles absolutely kill it. You know Kygo has that very recognizable Tropical House sound to it, but in “Nothing Left,” he changes is up a little bit. The vocals by Will Heard are really awesome, which make this song very enjoyable. Another Kygo masterpiece.
I really don’t know much about Arias, or this song (it was hard to even find it on SoundCloud) but I’m guessing that’s going to change very soon. This remix of “On My Way” is massive, and it came from someone with only two thousand followers… watch out for this guy (or girl, or group) from Paris, France.
Vic Mensa is killing the game right now. He dropped Codeine Crazy eight days ago, and now this. Over a timeless Biggie Smalls instrumental, he spits bar after bar of absolute fire. Just a teaser for whats to come from one of the most exciting rappers out there. If you’re somehow new to Vic, “Wimme Nah” and “Feel That” are two must listen tracks.
Big Wild loves his fans. About a month ago he released a playlist called “Goodies” on Soundcloud with five free remixes and edits that he plays live in his sets… and they’re all fantastic. Here is my personal favorite, a mashup of his song “Venice Venture” with “Throw Some D’s” by Rich Boy. I strongly recommend you check out the rest, as well as his newest remix of “For the Love” by Griz. I absolutely love this guy’s music, and there’s a whole lot of it to love.
Brand new song, same old Wave Racer. Flash Drive is a beautiful addition to this Australian producer’s already wonderful history of releases. If this is the first time you’ve heard of Wave Racer, be sure to check out Streamers, Panama, and Best Friend as well. His style is unique, and his creativity is astounding. Check him out and see for yourself.
With August beginning this Saturday, it seems as if another great Summer is on its way out of the door. Because of this, Vol. 8 of Tropical Thursday will be our last for this Summer. It is getting to be that time where this year’s Summer time vibes are stored away in a safe place, only to be brought back out at the end of next school year. This isn’t a bad thing though. It only means that the time to get back on campus and tear it up is right around the corner. I have enjoyed supplying you with some of the best Tropical House tracks out there, and I hope you enjoyed it as well. It was hard to fit only 8 quality tracks into the final playlist, so you’re gonna be hit with 12 to end out Tropical Thursday real nice and strong. Enjoy, and never forget to always find your beach.
Hippy rapper, Mod Sun, who has been recently sign to Rostrum Records, drops the official music video to “Free Love,” which is one of his most popular tracks, and my favorite of his. It definitely has a feel good tone, with nothing but positive vibes, especially when the track has to do with free love, hugs, and drugs. There is no denying that the video matches the tone and lyrics of the song. If you are liking what you are hearing, make sure to check out Mod Sun’s most recent album, “Look Up,” as well. Check it out.
Jackson Breit has done a couple covers to raps before, but I think this might be my favorite so far. In this cover, he combines “679” by Fetty Wap, and “No Diggity,” by Black Street, Dr. Dre, and Queen Pen. These are two great songs to use in this cover, and Jackson Breit’s impressive, stand-out voice kills it as always. Enjoy and grab a free download.