Louis Futon and Medasin drop bouncy flip of Travis Scott’s ‘Wake Up’

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Louis Futon‘s flips of fan-sourced track suggestions have been brightening days for a while – but when the producer teased a video of himself and Medasin working pure magic on Travis Scott‘s “Wake Up,” it was clear the take had the potential to be a standout. Future bass fans immediately clamored for a full release to smash the replay button on. Now the duo have granted that wish with a SoundCloud upload that’s pure sonic sunshine.

Futon and Medasin’s creative chemistry was on full display in the teaser video, with the soulful producers laying down layer after layer of live instrument grooves over the original’s vocals. Travis Scott’s auto-tuned verses and The Weeknd‘s NSFW choruses are transformed by the lush keyboard chords and slap bass, turning the sly R&B of the original into a playful upbeat bop that’d sound right at home on a Chance The Rapper mixtape. Amazingly, the two future bass stalwarts have yet to collaborate on an original – but if this lush rework is any indicator, the result would be nothing but certified heat.

EGZOD Release Another Future Bass Hit, “Wake Up” [Free Download]

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EGZOD is one fire right now as he blazes through the ranks, building a solid brand, and releasing some serious future bass heat. With over 8 million streams in total, he has dialed in on what fans want to hear and how to craft a hit single. His latest tune “Wake Up” captures the EGZOD

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EGZOD Releases “Wake Up” (ft. Chris Linton) Amidst International Terrorist Attacks

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EGZOD?s recent release called ?Wake Up? (feat. Chris Linton) is his way of communicating his emotions through music.

Your EDM Interview: Chelsea Cutler

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We took some time to exchange words with East Coast singer/writer Chelsea Cutler about her new partnership with Ultra, and what we can expect from her musically in the coming months.

Thanks for chatting, Chelsea. How would you describe yourself as an artist in three words?

Honest, Authentic, Prolific.

You’re from the East Coast. What would you say from your upbringing there has influenced you the most?

New England has a really high concentration of boarding schools so naturally I ended up at one, haha. Music was so important to our school’s community, so I was surrounded by all these people who shared my love for music. My friends at school were the reason I started listening to all of the artists I still love so much today.

What is your usual process when you go about writing a song? Do you have a certain way of making music?

Honestly, it varies so much. Sometimes I lay down a little production and then write the lyrics over it. Sometimes I write lyrics first. Sometimes I can bang a song out in twenty minutes and sometimes it takes me weeks. It really depends on what I’m feeling. But the variation keeps it fresh. I prefer to not have a specific process.

You’ve signed with Ultra, congrats! What do you want to achieve with them?

Thank you! I really am excited about the opportunity Ultra has given me to work on my own artist project, as well as pursue collaborations with producers. I think what I want to do with Ultra is achieve a healthy balance between my original material and my collaborations. And I think they will help me do that very successfully.

If you could work with any artist (living or dead), who would you choose and why?

Bon Iver, hands down. He is the most innovative, honest artist and his music is really so beautiful.

Where can we catch you performing in the next couple of months?

I honestly don’t know. I’m still in college so I’m stuck at school for the time being!

Any words of wisdom for artists who want to breakthrough?

As cliche as it is, just be yourself. There’s a good chance that some of the seven billion people on earth will like what you bring to the table. And for female artists particularly, be strong and be confident.

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