GPS’ Top 5 Songs of July 2014
Though the summer is winding to a close and we’re all anxiously not waiting for the back-to-school traffic to make a comeback, that doesn’t mean dope tunes still aren’t out there.
My Top 5 Songs of July are all four-to-the-floor dancefloor smasher, with a bit of crazy in between.
5. Will Smith – Men In Black (Bentley Grey Nu Disco Remix)
IT’S ABOUT TIME SOMEONE DID THIS. Bentley Grey takes a song which has lyrics that will take all us (awesome) 90s kids back to our childhoods and re-works it to a super groovy jam.
Seriously guys, with everyone binging deep house and the like lately, how did it take this long for something like this to pop up?
4. Jacob Plant – Fire (House VIP) [Free Download]
Those unfamiliar with Jacob Plant will listen to this and think “wow, this is dope!” Those familiar with him will listen and be all “what?! Totally different from his other stuff.” Regardless of which side you fall on, you’ll abso-fuking-lutely love this song. DAY BASSLINE THO.
3. Corona – Rhythm Of The Night (Blonde Version)
Remember when Eurodance was big? Well, depending on how old you are, possibly not. That shit ruled dancefloors through the 90s and Corona’s “Rhythm Of The Night” was one of the staples. Blonde flips this and gives it a breath of fresh air, taking the energy down while retaining the strength of the iconic vocals.
2. Jauz – Feel The Volume [Free Download]
If you clicked play and skipped through this, you may think you are listening to a multi-style mixtape that has everything from happy sounding melodies to wobbly basslines. That’s what Jauz accomplished in “Feel The Volume,” in just under 7 minutes. These different elements work so well together, making this basically a roller-coaster of feels.
1. Iggy Azalea – Fancy (Intermodal Remix) [Free Download]
How the hell am I this late to get on that Intermodal tip? Shoutout to the homie JeRK for telling me about these Chicago players bringing in some serious heat. Whether or not you’re tired of hearing Iggy’s “Fancy” played everywhere, you’d be a fool to not go nuts over Intermodal’s thumping remix of it.
Disregard original, acquire Intermodal’s remix.