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Rhode Island duo Academy are back with another chill track. This is only the third track these guys have ever released so expect big things from them to come. Listen to more Academy here

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Cowp’s new remix of Bob Marley’s “Is This Love” is one of the best we’ve heard in a while. Cowp gives Marley’s timeless lyrics a chill, melodic reworking that feels fresh but keeps close enough to the original to capture some of Marley’s vibe. Listen to more Cowp here:

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Dotcom gives Chief Keef’s “Hate Being Sober” a festival trap remix. Find it on our Pregame and Rage stations and listen to more Dotcom here

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New Orleans native Jackson Breit does a sick cover of a modern classic with this acoustic version of “Forgot About Dre.” Listen to more Jackson Breit here

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Rhode Island duo “Academy” have only released four songs to date but are already one of our favorite new chill artists. They have an old school sound that features just their guitar and voices, but create really fresh, authentic music that just immediately puts you in a chill mood. Listen to their new track “Closer To Me” for some of those insta chills and checkout more Academy here:

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Charlie Darker just dropped a year end pack of his favorite bootlegs that he’s made for his live set over the past year and it includes this sick Black Keys mashup. Listen to the rest of the pack and get the free download here

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Them Lost Boys gives us a pre-Christmas treat with this trap/dubstep remix of Ludacris’ “How Low.” Listen to more Them Lost Boys here

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After releasing trap remixes of “Wrecking Ball” and “Royals” that went on to get millions of plays each, Caked Up is back with a nasty remix of Dr. Dre’s modern classic. Listen to more Caked Up here

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Some refreshing chill trap from The Ninetys. With a unique sound that combines elements of trap, deep house, R & B, and hip hop, expect big things from The Ninetys to come. Listen to more The Ninetys here