Listen now: Buro 24/7 Middle East's Weekend Playlist
It's official summer is here and we have created the ideal playlist for you to get ready for the warm nights to. This weekend, our musical taste is moving towards some more rap, trap and a house remix of an old-school classic.
We kick things off with Drake's newest song which he dropped last week, which flows perfectly into a remix of Trey Song's addictive track, Na Na. Next up, slowing down the pace, we introduce British newcomer Azekel, followed by Kwabs's latest single, and finishing of our list off with a bang is an epic remix of one Red Hot Chilli Peppers most iconic songs.
So press play, sit back and relax...
Drake Drake – 0 to 100/ The Catch Up
The Toronto-native, who’s been killing the music game in the past few months, recently released his latest tune, featuring a catchy back beat and chorus that will not leave you sitting down for long. The new song – produced by Boi-1da, Noah “40″ Shebib and Nineteen85 – starts off with 0 to 100 and slows down, switching up the tempo to end with The Catch Up.
Trey Songz – Na Na (Stwo remix)
Remixed by French producer, Stwo, Trey Songz melodic track Na Na, gets taken down a few notches, with additional musical instruments added and a slowed down tempo, this remix will have you pressing repeat.
Azekel – New Romance
Young British producer/singer Azekel unveils his newest single New Romance, which we think is destined for the top of the music charts. The ethereal song features Azekel sweet-sounding vocals over an electronic and saxophone infused beat.
Kwabs – Into You
Fresh off his EP, Pray For Love, Kwabs unveils his latest hard-hitting single, Into You. The rich ballad, showcases Kwabs' soulful voice, as he sings "Maybe I'm different, maybe I've changed my ways Maybe I'd show you but it's already too late."
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Scar Tissue ( N'to remix)
Taking it back to 1999 with a song that symbolised 'life and resurrection' the Red Hot Chili Peppers Scar Tissue, gets exactly that – a new life by N'to. The remix comes from Marseille-based producer N'to who slows down the vocals and adds a minimal electric rhythm to the rock song.