Hype Energy loves Music: 2016 playlist

Posted on 31/12/2016

Music, the essence of life. The heartbeat of existence. The wind that turns the wheel of life. Hype Energy is no exception, with its love for Music, this article will go through the music projects Hype Energy have been involved in this year. Sit back, relax and listen to some of our favorite tunes from 2016. In order of appearance:

 

Firstly, we have French Montana’sFigure It Out”. With musical greats, Kanye West and Nas featuring in the video, there was no need to “figure out” why this song was such a success.

 

 

 

Hot and spicy, Dreezy and Jeremih heats things up with their single “Body”. Dreezy has hit the world by storm since moving on to the rap scene.

 

 

 

Seductive women, beautiful cars and great music, what’s not to like with T.I.’s hit single “Dope” ft Marsha Ambrosius.

 

 

 

ScHoolBoy Q and Kanye West teach other rappers a lesson with this amazing single which reached more than a 100 million views on Youtube.

 

 

 

Rae Sremmurd’s “looks alive” was one of the highlights from his album “Sremmlife 2”. It has an epic chorus in which Swae Lee’s voice perfectly nails the hook of the beat. It’s definitely worth a listen.

 

 

 

Dreezy treats us to another sweet tune with “We Gon Ride”  featuring Gucci Mane.

 

 

 

Set the roof” has everything you would expect from a great rap music video: sexy women, gold chains, dollar bills being thrown around and… an alien grinding erotically on a very large woman?

 

 

 

Fusing R&B and trap, “Where You Been” by Wash featuring Kevin Gates is sure to get your rap buds going.

 

 

 

Rae Sremmurd really do “Start a Party” in this music video with gasoline, fire acrobats, some very big bottles of liquor and upside down twerking. I know who I want to organize my next party…

 

 

 

Fat Joe, Remy Ma, French Montana and RySoValid collaborate to create one of the songs of the summer with “Cookin”.

 

 

 

Finally, we present you with Jonas Blue’s “By Your Side”.  This track features typical electro-pop production cues such as synth, piano chords and thudding beat. Raye also delivers excellent vocals and makes the song incredibly catchy and enjoyable. Make sure you give it a listen.

 

 

We hope you have enjoyed the playlist, which song is your favorite and why? Let us know on Twitter @HypeEnergy. Thank you 2016 for all of the wondrous songs you provided us with and we look forward to 2017, theres some big surprises in store.