So, you have just bought that fresh car and it has all the features you want. You are just dying to try out the subwoofers and boom your way around the neighborhood. You have the car, you have the subwoofers. What music should you play?
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- The following top 10 best bass songs 2017-2018 for car subwoofers are ideal for that purpose.
- 10. T.I, Usher – My Life Your Entertainment
- 9. Jeezy – Thug Motivation 101
- 8. U.S.D.A, Jeezy – White Girl
- 7. Lil Wayne – Nightmares of The Bottom
- 6. Tyrese, David Banner, Lil Scrappy – U Scared
- 5. Jeezy, Yo Gotti, T.I – I Got That Sack
- 4. T.I., Ludacris, B.o.B – On Top Of The World
- 3. Pendulum – Slam
- 2. Sage The Gemini, Iamsu! – Gas Pedal
- 1. Lloyd Banks – Beamer, Benz, or Bentley
The following top 10 best bass songs 2017-2018 for car subwoofers are ideal for that purpose.
10. T.I, Usher – My Life Your Entertainment
Paper Trail is T.I.’s biggest album to date. With mega producers such as Kanye West, Swizz Beatz and the King of the South’s incredible rapping skills, this album could not have been better. The album had guest features from music heavyweights such as Justin Timberlake on (Dead and Gone), Swagga Like Us (Kanye West, Lil Wayne), and Live Your Life (Rihanna). The last one jumped from number eighty to number one on the Billboard Hot 100. My Life Your Entertainment featuring Usher was another song off the album that was not listed as a single yet made it to the Billboard Hot 100. The song, while not as well-known as some of his other records is great for use in a subwoofer. Its sick beats will rock your world and car when played.
9. Jeezy – Thug Motivation 101
Thug Motivation is a study in hip hop and the beginning of trap. The acclaimed album was released via Def Jam Recordings and features guest appearances from artists like Akon, (Soul Survivor), Mannie Fresh (And Then What) and was produced by veteran producers like Jazze Pha, Shwaty Redd, Mr. Collipark and many others. The album received wild praise from critics and fans with many calling it “the classic album of the decade”. The song which has the same title as the album is as fiery as the album and is perfect for booming in your car.
8. U.S.D.A, Jeezy – White Girl
The song is the first single off the trio U.S.D.A’s album from their first album called Cold Summer. White girl is the colloquial term for cocaine and the trio speaks on the wealth garnered from selling the drug. The gangsta rap record was produced by noted producer Drumma Boy and peaked at number 57 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. While not child-friendly, this record is a great song to have in your car. The masterful production and great bears will make you and your car the envy of the neighborhood. The music video has over 1.7 million on YouTube.
7. Lil Wayne – Nightmares of The Bottom
Tunechi has had several hit records under his low hanging belt and while most have the illest beats, none is as subwoofer-worthy as Nightmares of The Bottom. The song which is off his 2011 album, Tha Carter IV. Lyrically, the song is about his rise to the top of the hip-hop scene and his loneliness there. it is heartfelt, which is not typical of the boisterous Young Money Rapper and reveals his fear off going back to the bottom. The song is a great choice for bumping in the car, if you are tired of the usual bravado found in hip-hop artists’ songs.
6. Tyrese, David Banner, Lil Scrappy – U Scared
Tyrese’s 2006 album called Alter Ego showed the R&B singer and former TGT member trying to act. While we are all familiar with Tyrese’s acting in movies such as Baby Boy, on this album Tyrese tried to be a rapper and it was rather sad. The album had cut and dry R&B records like One and Come Back To Me Shawty, which were the usual romance and heartbreak songs you’d expect of an R&B artist. Other records like Get Low featuring Snoop Dogg and U Scared featuring Lil Scrappy and David Banner were a pitiful attempt at embodying the tough rapper. The song U Scared may not be a hip-hop classic but is really good in a subwoofer. The song’s video has over 555,000 views.
5. Jeezy, Yo Gotti, T.I – I Got That Sack
Yo Gotti has come a long way from the teenager rapping under the alias, Lil Yo. The rapper has had many of his singles making appearances in the Billboard Hot 100 going all the way back to his debut, 5 Star, which peaked at number 79 to his latest track, Rake It Up which features Nicki Minaj, peaking at number. I Got That Sack was so popular that Atlanta rappers like Jeezy and T.I. appeared on the remix. The original had great production but the remix is even better; especially when played in a subwoofer. The video has over 1 million views.
4. T.I., Ludacris, B.o.B – On Top Of The World
Yet another hot record came from the album Paper Trail. Teaming up with rappers Ludacris and B.o.B, T.I. delivers this dope record with the swag and charm he is known for. Ludacris and T.I. had been rumored to have a beef but their banding together on this song squashed all rumors. The two make a great team and having B.o.B on the track did not hurt either. The song is especially good not just for parties but also for road trips. The great beats provided by Nard and B make this record another great choice for subwoofers.
3. Pendulum – Slam
Pendulum is a drum/electronic/bass band that have worked with prominent acts like The Prodigy and Linkin Park. Slam was released via Breakbeat Kaos and has achieved great success on the electronica and bass scene. It appeared on the UK Singles Chart and peaked at number 34. Due to its unprecedented success, the band decided to have a music video for the song which was released to its VeVo account and has an overwhelming 21 million views.
2. Sage The Gemini, Iamsu! – Gas Pedal
Gas Pedal is the second single off Sage the Gemini’s first album, Remember Me. It features rapper Iamsu!. The song was a great success for both artists, peaking at number 29 on the Hot 100 chart. The song was so popular that Justin Bieber was features in a remix of the song. The song is one that is almost synonymous with the hyphy genre. It is a great record in subwoofers. The video has over 100 million views.
1. Lloyd Banks – Beamer, Benz, or Bentley
The first single off the album, H.F.M. 2, Beamer, Benz, or Bentley was a huge success. The song had done what few had managed to do; have no backing from a major label and still scale the charts. On the Billboard Hot 100, the song made it to number 49, with the track later being certified gold. The club record is about a lady going back to Bank’s house in either one of his aforementioned cars. The usual braggadocios material of hip hop artists. The song is perfect for use in subwoofers due to its amazing beats.
Now that you have these top 10 best bass songs 2017 for car subwoofers songs in your playlist, you can now test out those fancy subwoofers and bump your way in the neighborhood. The slick sound is bound to attract attention so be warned. Crank these records and make your neighbors green with envy.