I often get the question what sort of tracks are currently being hyped. What kind of sound works right now, what is popular and what can we expect for the future? So I decided to list ten of the most popular and hyped tracks of that month, every month. By no means is this list complete, but it can give you some insight into where the popular music styles are headed. So let’s kick off – Ghost Producer NL – Hypes of the month September.
1. Don Diablo – Never Change
Classic piano melody by Bruce Hornsby that a lot of people know from being sampled and used by 2Pac in his hit song ‘Changes’. Now re-envisioned by none other than future house grand-master Don Diablo. Now if this isn’t a recipe for succes?!
2. SWACQ – No Strings Attached
Electro House party tune that uses classical strings and very recognizable organ chord to create a very unique and gimmicky sound. Big dance-floor material.
3. Skrillex, Boys Noize, Ty Dolla $ign – Midnight Hour
It’s Skrillex, but definitely not what you might have expected. Underground groovy house vibes with an electro twist and urban influenced vocals.
4. Duke Dumont & Zak Abel – The Power
It’s Duke Dumont. It’s huge! What else did you expect? Melodic house with a super catchy vocal topline and a soaring bassline.
5. Push – Universal Nation (Bart Skils Remix)
Melodic techno rework of the amazing classic by Push (Mike Dierickx / M.I.K.E). Manages to capture all the rights things from the original and craft it into something fresh.
6. Sam Feldt – Post Malone (feat. RANI)
Super catchy poppy tropical house. Big radio material!
7. Jonas Blue, HRVY – Younger
More commercial future pop with a tropical touch. Very catchy and radio friendly.
8. Martin Garrix feat. Bonn – Home
Original orogressive house with a rock vibe by Martin Garrix and Bonn.
9. Riton x Oliver Heldens – Turn Me On ft. Vula
A new and super catchy tune by Oliver Heldens. Following a classic melody you will surely recognizable. Combined with a fresh topline and a drop.
10. DubVision – Young Money
Dubvision is killing it with a fresh take on progressive house of the past. Big, melodic, groovy, this track has it all.