Spaveech Remixes Drake; Droobee Remixes Sam Smith [FREE DOWNLOADS]

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It’s been a minute since I’ve posted anything by my favorite unsigned artist Spaveech, and it’s a damn shame because he’s got a lot of great music that’s dropped over the past six months. We’ve posted Spaveech tracks that hang out in Electro-House and Trap, but more recently it seems the New Jersey-based producer has been turning to deeper sounds. Spaveech’s remixes of Porter Robinson’s “Sea of Voices” and Avicii & Sebastian Drums’ “My Feelings For You” both were high-quality and quite deep, receiving tons of positive feedback (Porter even gave a shout-out to Spaveech in this Tweet). Which brings me to my next point: how much Spaveech has blown up since the last time I checked him out. The 24-year-old is boasting over 25,000 Facebook fans and climbing towards 10,000 SoundCloud followers. Today Spaveech released his remix of Drake’s “0 to 100” which is about as close to G-House as I’ve heard him put out. The Spaveech take on “0 to 100” almost reminds me of Destructo & YG’s track “Party Up” with a bass line that sounds similar to something Oliver Heldens has been writing. Either way I’m highly impressed with Spaveech’s latest effort and as always you can enjoy it for free download.

The other free download I’m bringing to you today is by Boston-based producer Droobee, who is one half of the Hip-Hop duo Rosewood & Droobee. I can’t speak much to neither Rosewood nor Droobee, but thanks to rising star Prince Fox reposting Droobee’s remix of “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith I was able to have some light shed on his work. Granted, the Droobee remix of “Stay With Me” is the only song up on his SoundCloud page, but it’s the only taste I need to keep him on my radar. While Prince Fox’s remix of “Stay With Me” was a little on the chiller side, Droobee cranks it up in a way that combines both Hip Hop and dance music, but keeps the tempo on the lower side. Heavy bass resonates throughout the whole thing and summons guys like Paper Diamond and Keys N’ Krates. Apparently Rosewood & Droobee have an album on the way, so if you like what you hear keep an eye on them!