HomeEditorialBangin Beats’ Top 10 Tracks Of March 2018! Rajrishi Murthi April 2, 2018 Editorial, List What a month it has been for music! While February saw some stunning releases from Dillon Francis, _RHL, Zokhuma, Dolorblind and more, March turned out to be yet another power packed month for music fans around the world. With the likes of The Weeknd, Diplo, The Chainsmokers and San Holo who put on a spectacular show, we were also treated to a bold, bass-heavy original from Baajewala. So without further ado, head down below and take a look at the Top 10 Tracks of March 2018. 10. Baajewala – Lunatic One of India’s hottest rising names within the bass music scene, Baajewala has been steadily smashing it with his gnarly productions. And with his latest release ‘Lunatic’, he finds a well deserved in our Top 10. A raw, experimental banger that goes on to showcase Yash’s impressive abilities as a producer, its distortion-heavy and stuttering drops make up for an absolute floor smasher. 9. The Chainsmokers – Everybody Hates Me Fresh off the release of ‘Sick Boy‘ and ‘You Owe Me‘, The Chainsmokers unveiled their third single of 2018, ‘Everybody Hates Me‘ this past month. Led by Drew’s vocals once again, the radio-friendly effort was debuted by the duo during their live performance in Prague. Albeit being lyrically weak, their latest record arrives as the next step towards The Chainsmokers’ sonic and visual re-brand that has seen them opt for a more angst-filled and intense approach. 8. Boombox Cartel feat. Nessly – Moon Love One of the hottest releases of March, bass music titans Boombox Cartel returned to wreak havoc with their latest release, ‘Moon Love‘. A long awaited ID that has been a staple part of their live sets in recent months, the talented duo’s brand new effort saw them return to their trap roots to deliver a raucous, 808-heavy banger. Teaming up with Atlanta-based rapper Nessly, the explosive number kicks off on a devilish, yet calm note before a bone rattling drop blows listeners out of the water. Accompanied by the rising act’s melodic verses, Jorge and Americo’s latest output is poised to become a hot favourite during the fast approaching festival season. 7. RL Grime feat. Daya – I Wanna Know After taking to social media earlier this month to reveal that his LP was finally completed, RL Grime satiated his fans’ hunger with his latest track ‘I Wanna Know‘ with pop talent Daya. What arrived as a huge surprise to longtime fans and first time listeners alike, courtesy a future bass-inspired sound which shaped up the powerful offering, the anthemic tune sees the ‘Don’t Let Me Down‘ vocalist deliver yet another memorable performance as the trap lord hits the mark once again with a strong production effort. 6. San Holo Taska Black – Right Here, Right Now One of dance music’s brightest stars at the moment, San Holo teamed up with fellow label mate Taska Black at last for their stunning debut collaboration, ‘Right Here, Right Now‘. With a stellar 2017 in the bag, the Dutch act’s latest release sounds like a remarkable piece of signature San Holo goodness weaved together with a solid melodic punch courtesy the Belgian producer. Accompanied by Sander’s lighthearted vocals, the fuzzy jam receives an eclectic dose of electric guitar work which takes the track to greater heights. 5. What So Not & Skrillex feat. KLP – Goh Our Artist of the Month for March 2018, Australian producer/DJ What So Not delivered his most ambitious project till date as he released his long awaited debut album ‘Not All The Beautiful Things‘ this past month. A stunning 12-track LP which turned out to be a complete showcase of Chris’ artistic vision that has steadily taken shape since the departure of Flume from the project back in 2015, WSN finds himself on #5 spot courtesy the album’s standout cut, ‘GOH‘. A highly energetic and bass-heavy offering that has been in the works for almost four years, the Skrillex and KLP-assisted track managed to live up to the expectations of passionate fans all around the globe and how! 4. Steve Angello feat. Sam Martin – Nothing Scares Me Anymore Steve Angello has been teasing his upcoming album since last year, and after having already released 6 tracks off ‘Human‘, the Swede decided to treat fans to more new music this month as he dropped yet another song from his upcoming LP, titled ‘Nothing Scares Me Anymore‘ featuring Sam Martin. Continuing with his vision of creating art through music, Angello delivers yet another emotionally fueled production that is cinematic and dreamy in its approach, while Sam Martin’s evocative vocals give the track a whole new distinct flavour. 3. ZHU feat. Tame Impala – My Life It’s not often that you get to see these two names on the same record. And music fans around the world were definitely in luck as ZHU and Tame Impala finally shared their long awaited debut collaboration, ‘My Life‘ this March. An ethereal, deep house leaning jam, the mesmerizing tune proves to be a breathtaking effort from the two acts whose dreamy progression and beautiful melodies work in tandem to treat listeners to a sonic masterpiece. Led by a strong guest feature from Kevin Parker, ‘My Life‘ is rounded up by a brief, yet noteworthy vocal effort by ZHU who shows up during the bridge. 2. Diplo feat. Desiigner – Suicidal After announcing his ‘California‘ EP back in February, super producer Diplo got his fans hyped up for his first solo release in almost half a decade. And come March, the Mad Decent bossman certainly delivered as the 6-track project turned out to be a supremely refined offering which also boasted of guest features from the likes of D.R.A.M, Lil Yachty and more. And taking the third spot in our Top 10 is his Desiigner-assisted single, ‘Suicidal‘. A moody yet striking record which showcases the two acts’ musical abilities in a different light, the melancholic hip-hop jam is a sleeper hit which needs to be taken note of. 1. The Weeknd – Call Out My Name Where do we even start for our #1 track of March 2018? One of today’s biggest stars, The Weeknd blew us out of the water during the last weekend of the month as he dropped a stellar six-track EP, ‘My Dear Melancholy,‘ that has already secured its spot as one of the biggest releases of the year. Not only did the project treat listeners to his signature dark, yet incredibly smooth sounds, but it also shed light on a different side of the renowned singer that no one had experienced till now. And the track which takes the crown is the EP’s opening record, ‘Call Out My Name‘. A breathtaking effort which also boasts of production and writing credits from Nicolas Jaar and Frank Dukes, it is everything you could hope for from a The Weeknd offering and more.