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[Future] Deon Custom – Together

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Deon Custom hops back on Monstercat with his latest original single called “Together.” First he brought forth “Roses,” and now he’s returned with an equally amazing future production. Deon has quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with, as he hasn’t released a single subpar record this year. His continued improvement is more evident than ever on “Together.” It shares the signature style that the Netherlands producer has become known for, however keeps it fresh by never letting the sound get old. He manages to pack emotion in every composition, earning fans along the way. “Together” is up for grabs on iTunes for those looking to add it to their library today.

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[Future Bass] Deon Custom – Roses

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The ninjas love some Deon Custom, as well as Monstercat, as you may have noticed from our continued support for the label. Coming from the Netherlands with his first release on the Canadian label, Deon brings a future work called “Roses.”

Deon is one of those youngsters whose continued streak of quality cuts has brought a ton of eyes his way, and he continues to grow with each push. Future bass is becoming one of those genres that as a producer, you really have to stick out with your work, and Deon does that time and time again. “Roses” keeps up a light-hearted energy throughout that is too fun not to enjoy. Get your copy today from Bandcamp.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 146)

Friday! We both cherish and honor you. In order to cherish and honor, we must party, because that’s just how things work. Part of the party is the music, of course, which is why us ninjas are back with yet another Get Crunk Friday playlist. A diversified dozen of gems have been taken from several musical backgrounds and brought forth to you here in one prodigious package. Consume them all to any degree that you like, and remember: they’re all free downloads. Lastly, but certainly not least, #danceirresponsibly.

’Stromae – Ave Cesaria (Major Lazer Remix)’
’Rihanna – Bitch Better Have My Money (GL Trap Remix)’
’IamSu – I Love My Squad (RCADE Remix)’
’Deon Custom x KRNE – Royal’
’Dougie F & DJ Fire – Back Up On It (Jesse Slayter Remix)’
’Beat Fatigue – Straight Up Shuffle’
’Fetty Wap Ft. Drake – My Way (Prismo Remix) *BUY4DL*’
’dÜke dÜmont – the giver (cvpellv remix)’
’Duelle – ICE’
’Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low (treovr bootleg)’
’Black Tiger Sex Machine – NUMBERS’
’Twine – Trash Talk’

Let’s make it a baker’s dozen, shall we?

’OutKast – Roses (PLS&TY Remix)’
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[Trap] Rustie – Triadzz (Deon Custom Edit)

Triadzz (Deon Custom Edit)

It’s a good day when Deon Custom uploads something to his Soundcloud. He did just that today with his edit of “Triadzz,” an original by Glasgow’s Rustie. Deon makes the song more appealing to a DJ, providing a sound that is uplifting in nature. His edit is one of those cloud nine tracks, which you’ll come to understand once you’ve lent your ears to his sonic magic. This comes after his original “Razors” which shares a similar future trap style. He’s managed to win our ears over again, and hopefully he does the same for you. This is one of the best examples of a good “edit” and since this is an edit, it has been released for free.

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[Trap] Deon Custom – Razors

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Direct from the Netherlands comes Deon Custom with his sharp original “Razors.” It takes things to the lighter side of trap, with soft synths sequenced into a melodic framework. Picture yourself in a car with the top down, and you have this baby slappin’ through the speakers. There’s no lack of character to this heavenly creation from a guy who’s got some serious heat locked and ready. His previous works are dope, but he’s gotten better and better with “Razors” being one of his best yet. Simplicity is key; he manages to do a lot with a little. When a producer knows what they are doing, that’s all they need though. Deon Custom knows what he’s doing, so expect more jams to come from his camp in the near future. If you like “Razors,” then you can head here to pay what you want for it.

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