After the release of Now That’s What I Call Riddim Vol. 4 this time last year, it was clear a volume 5 was in high demand.
Subtronics heard the fans loud and clear. After months of hard work and sleepless nights, the anticipation built for seven days before the release. This rendition of Now That’s What I Call Riddim is packed with more doubles, triples, VIPs, and female pop vocal samples than ever before!
Starting with Subtronics’ Vault Remix (VIP VIP) and ending with with Griztronics VIP 1 and 2, this mix took us on one wild riddim ride.
NTWICR5 is stacked from beginning to end with so many amazing and diverse artists. It ranges from Al Ross with the intro, Zeds Dead, Kayzo, Wooli, and many, many more… Even a shoutout from SHAQ!
Being only a total of 36 minutes long, Jesse managed to pack in 140 songs total. If you want to dig a little deeper, you can find the complete tracklist here!
While this could potentially be the last round of Now That’s What I Call Riddim, we’ll continue enjoy all 5 volumes for years to come.
If you enjoyed this mix, be sure to catch Subtronics on tour this spring with HE$H, Chee, Bommer, and Level Up in a city near you!
i will probably at some point give a long winded explanation as to why this is most likely the last one, mainly being that there’s literally only so many dubstep songs and i’ve already used 500+. i’d need a solid 2 more years to build back up that stock pile of double ammoSubtronics
Listen to Now That’s What I Call Riddim Vol. 5 below!
And if you’re looking for a solid playlist to follow, keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Finds. Whether it’s the newest release from Subtronics, all your other favorite artists, some old school, or underground—we just want you to hear it!