The Beatport Exclusive Digital Release of Street Bass Anthems Volume 5 dropped TODAY!!! Go and cop it!!
01. MANIKAN – For All Y’all
02. Dev79 – Black Hoodie ft Suzi Analogue
03. Food For Animals – Shhhy (Starkey Remix)
04. Knight Riderz – Rudie Cyaant Fail ft MC Zulu
05. Cobra Krames & Dev79 & Terror Dactel – Gun Finger Banger ft Buddy Leezle
06. Rx & Shiftee – Think About It
07. King – Animal Calypso
08. 7982 – Letters & Numbers
09. Turnin’ Tricks – Errybody Got Geeked
10. Starkey – Circus ft Halfcast
11. El Carnicero & Dev79 – Up Against The Wall ft MC Elixir
12. Bass Science – I Need 2 Know ft BRCA
13. Siyoung & Dev79 – Count Sockula
14. Doshy – Prora
15. DNAEBEATS – Pussy Lick
16. Dev79 – This That Shit You Need In Life ft John Morrison
17. Elucid & Disc Jockey Nappy – You Ain’t Even Know
Seclusiasis’ wildly popular Street Bass Anthems series is back with Dev79 presents Street Bass Anthems Volume 5! Starkey and Dev79’s ‘Street Bass’ sound has been turning heads and moving asses since they coined the term in 2006 and this compilation is right on point to continue the tradition. Collecting a variety of genre-defying artists, Seclusiasis delivers it’s most expansive compilation yet.
The successful Street Bass compilation series have proven that, time and again, Starkey and Dev79 have a sixth sense for assembling the works of some of the most forward thinking producers in the world, with each Street Bass volume exceeding it’s predecessor. And Volume 5 continues the tradition.
Dev79 presents Street Bass Anthems Volume 5 features 17 original and unreleased tracks including new material by Suzi Analogue, who, fresh off her Scion A/V collaborative single with Tokimonsta, lends her playful vocal delivery to Dev79’s dizzying juke-infused “Black Hoodie”. Canadian bass icons, Knight Riderz, team up with MC Zulu for a steaming dancehall stomper “Rudie Cyaant Fail”, while DMC champion DJ Shiftee & Rx (Made in Glitch) twists elements of footwork and Baltimore Club into their surreal “Think About It”. Starkey employs the mesmerizing vocal styling of Halfcast on his bouncing “Circus”, and BD1982 and Dev79 combine forces as 7982 for the moody tropical “Letters & Numbers”. All of the tracks are pure heat, trust that.