15 Free Songs You Should Download Right Now

Every Sunday we collect the best free music we can find and put it all in one place. If you fell behind or just feel like building up your iTunes, we've got you covered. Here are 15 free songs for you to download, in no particular order. Enjoy.


2. Rome Fortune ft. iLoveMakonnen - "FriendsMaybe"

Rome Fortune has been collaborating with some of the best in the game, so it was only a matter of time until he and iLoveMakonnen worked together. The two balance one another out on "FriendsMaybe," a catchy, endearingly weird, and incredibly fun song.

If you're in NYC at the end of this month, catch iLoveMakonnen live at Pigeons & Planes’ first No Ceilings event, going down on September 25. More info here.

3. dd elle - "Tell Me"

Ryan Hemsworth shares another gem through his Secret Songs series. dd elle’s "Tell Me" has a billowing, distant sound that feels like those last sun rays of summer.

4. Dej Loaf ft. Wiz Khalifa - "Try Me (Remix)"

A Drake cosign certainly didn't hurt, but Detroit rapper Dej Loaf deserves all credit for this one. "Try Me" is a strange song, with airy production and level, melodic vocal delivery not giving away the gritty subject matter. Wiz Khalifa features on the remix, free to download below.

5. The Weeknd - "What You Need (Jacques Greene Edit)"

Jacques Greene dug up an old edit he did of The Weeknd's game changer "What You Need" and shared it with those late nights in mind. An oldie but a goodie.

6. Hucci - "Realm"

Armed with a number of hard-hitting samples from artists like Kanye West and A$AP Ferg, Hucci melds together an epic song that you should listen to on a soundsystem with good bass. Download the song here.

Related: 11 Producers Who Are Quietly Blowing Up on Soundcloud

7. Big Sean - "4th Quarter"

Big Sean decided to share four brand new songs out of nowhere, with production from DJ Mustard, Kanye West, DJ Dahi, and Mike Will Made It. Key Wane wins the battle of the beats with "4th Quarter," a truly ominous track.

Download it below, and listen to all the songs here.

8. Mila J - "Smoke, Drink, Break Up (Murlo Refix)"

We premiered L-Vis 1990's remix of this Mila J song, and now another awesome UK producer has remixed it. Murlo's new version of the R&B jam sucks out any of the original's sadness with its colorful, danceable production.

9. Daytrip ft. feat. Treez Lowkey, Daye Jack, & Kidepo - "The Escape (Port-au-Prince)"

NY production duo Daytrip remind us of their versatility on "The Escape," with the energy of their pounding, pumelling beats matched by Daye Jack, Kidepo, and Treez Lowkey. The sound here is totally different from Raury's "Cigarette Song" (which Daytrip also produced), and that's part of the reason why it's so impressive. Look out for these kids. Download the track here.

Daytrip and Daye Jack both perform at our debut No Celings show in NY on September 25. Tickets here.

10. Blue Daisy - "Mermaids"

British producer and rapper Blue Daisy deals in the kind of menacing, experimental sounds that will haunt your nightmares. His new EP contains two of his darkest songs to date ("Home & Heartless" and "Angels & Demons") alongside something a little different, "Mermaids," a gentler song with delicate keys and vocals from Lizbet Sempa.

Download the EP here.


JOSIAHWISE IS THE SERPENTWITHFEET is an artist from New York that we first heard of thanks to his collaboration with South Africa's Spoek Mathambo. On this song, he goes in over Tchaikovsky for one of the most intriguing and beautiful things we've heard in a while. Look out for more from JOSIAHWISE in the near future.

Download here.

12. Robyn Sherwell - "Love Somebody (Turtle Remix)"

Glasgow-based producer Turtle transforms Robyn Sherwell's already mesmerizing "Love Somebody" into a pulsating, haunting dream. Listen to the remix below, and download it here.

13. OG Maco ft. Migos - "F*ckEmx3"

Atlanta-based rapper OG Maco comes through with the follow-up to his hectic single "U Guessed It," and "F*CKEMx3" does not disappoint as he enlists fellow Atlantans, Migos for another club smashing shout-fest.

14. iLoveMakonnen - "Piano Class"

Dream Panther provides lo-fi production to accompany another catchy track from Makonnen. This one was written a while ago, but this refreshing re-up is a welcomed addition to Makonnen's expanding catalog. Download here.

If you're in NYC at the end of this month, catch iLoveMakonnen live at Pigeons & Planes’ first No Ceilings event, going down on September 25. More info here.

15. Applebottom - "Acting Kool"

Every Monday, British DJ Annie Mac, a BBC Radio 1 resident, shares a track for free download from an artist she loves, and Applebottom is the latest to contribute. The Bristol-based producer turns in a fun, frenetic club track full of diva like vocal samples and pounding drums.

16. Soulja Boy ft. Cap 1 - "They Said I Wouldn't Make It"

King Soulja IV is coming September 23. You can't slow Soulja down.