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Who produced the hottest beats last month? Check out our #ProducerOfTheMonth

Who produced the hottest beats last month? Check out our #ProducerOfTheMonth

Author: Triston Macauley | Friday 3rd July 2020

Who produced the hottest beats last month? Check out our #ProducerOfTheMonth  Photograph

Who produced the hottest beats last month? Check out our #ProducerOfTheMonth!

Day by day, the UK scene continues to reach new heights. With so many top quality artists coming from our shores, the scene has never been more prevalent.

But, our scene would not be what it is today without the dope producers that sprinkle their magic to make the hottest tunes we love. That is why this post is dedicated to the hardest instrumentals produced from the last month.

I will share a list of what I thought were the top five stand out instrumentals of last month, and why I think they deserve a special shoutout.

So, lets begin:

NUMBER 5 - JONNY BEATS & CARSON BEATS, PRODUCER OF ‘FREE 22’ BY D BLOCK EUROPE

I call this the perfect D Block Europe instrumental. The added flutes along guitar-strum sound gives that trippy vibe that Yung Adz and Dirtbike LB like to portray.

I love the way the beat progresses whilst DBE are spitting, the song just gets harder the longer you listen. We hear the use of the high hats once the chorus gets underway then we hear the heavy base kick in which gives the banger a bounce.

Number 4- CHRIS RICH, PRODUCER OF ‘TOMMY SHELBY’ BY AMBUSH

This one is loud, aggressive and in your face, I feel angry just listening to it. The loud use of the sliding 808’s coinciding with the eery choir sound in the background helps with the dark and aggressive feeling.

This one was perfect for Ambush’s style. You can hear the energy in the instrumental alone and Ambush's vocals and lyricism easily match that.

NUMBER 3- ALAN SIMPSON, PRODCUER OF ‘CATCH ME OUTSIDE’ BY B YOUNG

This one is the epitome of smooth. The soft melody added with the rhythmic use of the snare helps to provide the slow jam vibes.

This instrumental is perfect to get your other half and enjoy a nice little slow dance. The slow melodic beat matches with B Young’s vocals and makes this one a summer hit.

Number 2- ZHOCOLD, PRODUCER OF ‘SHIVERS’ BY K TRAP

This is such a bouncy drill beat that it is almost impossible not to be bopping your head to it. The use of the melody gives it that classical genre feeling which juxtaposes the hard-hitting kick and the repeated high hats. The melody used is extremely catchy and may have you humming along.

NUMBER 1- QUINCY TELLEM, PRODUCER OF ‘BURNING’ BY M HUNCHO & DUTCHAVELLI

I love the build-up that this instrumental has. The soft rhythmic intro gives it that suspense as we wait for the drop because we know what is coming. The slight pause just before the drop just as Dutchavelli starts spitting makes it that extra hard-hitting.

The beat pauses again as Dutchavelli comes in for his second verse. We hear nothing but a heavy kick, then it goes back into the rhythmic beat which helps with the intense energy this song portrays.

So, there you have my top five productions for last month. Who are your top five producers, or instrumentals, from the past month? Share with us over on Twitter!