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The Bass6 – Lucid Dreams Vol. 12 [Mixtape]

Toronto, ON – Last week, SmashMouth Music Group’s super-producer duo – The Bass6 – launched the twelfth installation of their weekly Lucid Dreams mixtape. This volume includes the typical Bass6 track listing that’ll take you through the motions: You start off in your vibe-out zone. Then you’re wilding out and losing your ish. Then there’s the mandatory IloveMakonnen joint (this has been a frequent occurrence for the last few weeks). Then you get to seep in some original SMMG jams. And then you fade out. This all happens in the 30-minute duration that is the mixtape. That’s a lot of feelers to feel in half-an-hour.

Highlights from this particular tape include “Skyfall” off Travi$ Scott’s monstrous Days Before Rodeo release, DillanPonders’ drug-dependancy “Vitamins” anthem, “Monster” by Future, and some really dope Creamie beats. Creamie is one half of The Bass6, by the way. Eeeps. Check it out below.


The Bass6 - Lucid Dreams Vol. 9 [Mixtape] -

Track Listing

01. Creamie – Slow Down
02. Thugli – We Bout It
03. Travi$ Scott – Skyfall
04. Ashley All Day – All Day (SexOnDope Remix)
05. French Montana – Don’t Panic
06. DJ Mustard – No Reason
07. DillanPonders – Vitamins
08. Fat Trel – Walking Thru My Hood
09. Travi$ Scott – Sloppy Toppy
10. Johnny Cinco – Trappin & Rappin
11. Rich Noir – Get Rich
12. Future – Monster
13. IloveMakonnen – Doubted
14. Trinidad James – H O M E
15. Jake Bluez – On your way down
16. Creamie – Summer Madness

Twitter: @theBasSix | @CreamieB | @GarrettWelldone

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