On the scene for over 15 years now, Huglife (previously DJ Slink) does not disappoint in releasing the progressive big-bass sound us future bass and trap aficionados war to hear. Big, trippy and filled with tantalizing sales and provocative bass lines, Huglife’s specializes in some of our favorite remixes and mixtapes ever.
As those of you who are active on SoundCloud know, their copyright rules have gotten a bit out of hand (aside from the fact that it just sucks now because unwarranted ads randomly invade your stream). Because of this, Huglife’s account was deleted by a report from jealous hater that reported his account, forcing him to start afresh about a year ago. Funny because isn’t everything sampled, remixed and edited now? Reinventing and reconstructing is what producers do, often times making you enjoy a track more than you did in it’s original form or completely changing the vibe or the go to match your style. Perfect example is his remix of “So Good To Me,” originally a playful, soul-house track, transformed with a hug to a chilled-out bass beauty.