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Listen now: Buro 24/7 Middle East's Weekend Playlist

Listen now: Buro 24/7 Middle East's Weekend Playlist

June 26–28

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Buro 24/7 Middle East editors pick five new tunes from today's freshest music to get you ready for the weekend...

This week, kicking off our melodic playlist is a remix by Australian producer Saul Sweet of Raleigh Ritchie's 'Bloodsport, which then moves into an upbeat house edition by Slaptop of Zhu's hypnotic song Faded.

Keeping within the mesmerising sounds of RnB and house The Weeknd's newest track Often keeps the relaxed vibe going, followed by UK-based DJ and producer Lil Silva and his bumping track Salient Sarah.

We finish off our playlist on a happy note with a Disclosure remix of Pharrell's famed track Frontin... so sit back and press play!

Saul Sweet   BloodSport by Raleigh Ritchie

Aussie producer Saul Sweet adds a tropical and summer vibe to the beautiful song by British musician Raleigh Ritchie and his remarkable voice. The steady house remix incorporates Ritchie's warm vocals with some gentle drum work and soft harp synth. 

Zhu  Faded ( Slaptop remix)

Remixed by San Francisco music mixer, Slaptop, Zhu's slick electronic track, Faded, gets an upbeat remix, with more drums and a faster tempo, this song will be sure to get your feet moving. 

The Weeknd   Often

On Tuesday, surprising the music world, The Weeknd released his brand new track Often —taking to his his Twitter and Soundcloud page to unveil the news. The magnificent song features Abel's sultry voice and has a upbeat sound unlike his usual dark melodies. Often definitely seem's bound for Summer music stardom. 

Lil Silva - Salient Sarah ( Feat. Sampah)

Lil Silva  who's real name is TJ Carter  is one of the UK's most inventive DJs and producers. The underground musician combines his electronic-synths with touches of orchestral organ notes and the smooth vocals of  British singer Sampha. 

Disclosure   Frontin (Pharrell ft. Jay Z)

The British electronic music duo remix one of their favourite songs, Pharrell Williams’ debut solo single Frontin. The 2003 hit song gets a new life with some electronic base added and warped vocals. 

 

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