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The Bass6 – Lucid Dreams Vol. 5 [Mixtape]

Toronto, ONThe Bass6 production duo recently launched the fifth installation in their Lucid Dreams series. In case you haven’t been following along, here’s how it’s been going down: The Bass6 teamed up with OG Mattress for this dope weekly series. Every Thursday, the fam hits us with a fresh new tape of supreme audio satisfaction. The tapes always combine equal parts chill-out vibes, with ferocious hard-hitting tracks. So this week’s roster includes the likes of Ab-Soul, ASAP Mob, Sha Hustle, and more. The Weeknd is on there, too (with this tight Andrew Luce remix of Abel’s completely sexified rendition of “Drunk In Love”). Too good.

And by the way: the series is up to almost three hours of music, now. So hypothetically, you could throw a monster house-party, put Lucid Dreams Vol. 1 – 5 on the loudspeakers, and revel in the supreme turned-upedness of said house party. Do it. And check out Vol. 5 below.


The Bass6 – Lucid Dreams Vol. 3 [Mixtape] -

Track Listing

01 – The Bass6 – Cachaca
02 – Asap Mob – Hella Hoes
03 – Ab-Soul – Hunnid Stax
04 – Cash Out – Trap House
05 – Sha Hustle – 3some
06 – Rae Sremmurd – No Flex Zone
07 – Yung Joc – Bitchez
08 – Glasspopcorn – My Circle
09 – Ozzie – XO
10 – The Weeknd – Drunk In Love (Andrew Luce Remix)
11 – Jeremih – Birthday Sex (Andrew Luce Remix)

Twitter: @theBasSix | @CreamieB | @GarrettWelldone

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