10 Best Deep Bass Songs
Our 10 best deep bass songs are knock-you-socks-off good. In fact, we're absolutely certain one of these best deep bass songs is going to hit the spot. There's something about deep bass songs that hits your core, in a good way of course. If you want to see what we selected as our favorite deep bass songs, then read on:
- "Move (if you want to)" by MIMS. Yes, there is more to MIMS than "This is why I'm hot" (although this track kind of justifies it). MIMS is great at making the best deep bass songs, but "Move" beat its expectations; it made it to #63 on the Hot 100 during its 2009 release.
- "I Do" by Swizz Beats featuring Lil John. Swizz Bets "The Monster" knows how to make deep bass songs. "I Do", although barely mainstream, did make for an interesting and vocal bass track.
- "A Milli" by Lil Wayne. Carter can perform, that is for sure. Making deep bass songs is another one of his specialities. "A Milli" is both known for its quick lyricism and addicting beats; who can beat a young money millionaire who's tougher than Nigerian hair?
- "Hypnotize" by Notorious B.I.G. Ah, who could forget Biggie's epitome of deep bass songs? He is sicker than you average papa, and this smooth piece constructed with the utmost brilliance is a great example of early East Coast Hip-Hop.
- "Blow the Whistle" by Too $hort. Up all night, Too $hort gives us some of the finest deep bass songs. It's not just the fact that Jeezy made his own mix of this track (although we all love Jay-Z), it's that the lyrics are smooth and the vibe is cocky. Definitely something worth noting.
- "Put You on The Game" by The Game. A rowdy track, it's more than just beats that makes this one stand out. "Put You on The Game" was his fourth single, peaking high on both the Irish and UK singles charts.
- "Swagger Like Us" by T.I. Featuring various "gods" of Hip-Hop, "Swagger Like Us" takes queues from big bass while sampling M.I.A.'s well known track "Paper Planes". No one has swagger like T.I., Jay-Z, Kanye, and Mr. Carter, that's for sure.
- "40 Oz." by D-12. Famously featuring Eminem, D-12 was very active in the 90's East Coast/West Coast Hip-Hop feud. "40 Oz." is an impressive example of what was termed 'gangsta' during that period.
- "Brass Monkey" by Beastie Boys. Everyone's favorite 80's rappers hit it big with this one; well, truth be told they were always "big". In this track, the power of deep bass was further explored and pioneered by these Hip-Hop entrepreneurs.
- "Big Pimpin" by Jay-Z. Yup, it had to be mentioned. "Big Pimpin" was that last of Jeezy's "Vol. 3" album, way back in 2000. The bass, lyricism, and cool beats made for one interesting (and quite memorable) song.
The best deep bass songs are hard to nail down, mainly because there are so many of them to begin with. Nonetheless, we've given you our picks, but feel free to write your own and tell the world!