Our latest Too Future playlist features a healthy blend of genres including drum and bass, hip-hop, future bass and more. Kicking things off, we have Moving Castle’s AObeats flip of Ri Ri’s “Rudeboy,” a track from Sable’s recent two track EP and Bleep Bloop’s 140 BPM remix of Lido’s “Money“. Things get a little funky with Saint Pepsi’s awesome edit of Drizzy’s Worst Behavior, Exmag’s rework of Bobby Shmurda’s Hot N***a, and Swindle’s “Smash and Grab.” Some awesome hip-hop originals and remixes this week including CRWNS and DMND//CVTTER’s flip of Gucci and Luda’s “Freaky Girl,” Madeuax’s vibey remix of “Don’t Tell Em” and original work from Waldo, Mick Jenkins (produced by Kaytranada) and a collab from OVO’s ILOVEMAKONNEN and Atlanta’s FKi. Netsky’s stellar edit of Ed Sheeran’s “Don’t” represents the drum and bass community this week. Bringing the vibes, tracks from Louis The Child, Su Na, Ryan Hemsworth, Dawn Golden, Hippie Sabotage, Blakesmith, Daytyl, and VMG’s Jon Bellion. Closing things out, we have a couple lengthy mixes this week featuring a future based mix from the homie Pusher and Bird Peterson’s ‘Drankenstein,’ full of hip-hop and electronic music alike. Below you’ll find each track along with a free download/purchase link if possible, and the full playlist. Enjoy!