October 30, 2014 / 5:58 pm

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Plain and simple: Run the Jewels just dropped the hottest rap album of the year and this is its’ hottest song. El-P and Killer Mike have the rest of the rap world on notice right.

We were brought back 10 years with this soulful production by none other than Yeezus himself on this cut from the new Theophilus London album. Ye comes through with a verse complete with his references to his legendary “Sway in the Morning” interview and a refreshingly subdued version of his usual braggadocios flow.

When you think Sam Gellaitry, think young FlyLo.

Sweater Beats dropped the Cloud City EP this week and it didn’t disappoint. There’s a reason that everyone from Flosstradamus to Diplo is making future bass, because stars of the genre like Sweater Beats have made it the hottest genre in electronic music.

Another week, another appearance from an ‘I Love You Too’ track. This time it’s Lindsay Lowend and his analog synths that transform the Lido track “Money”. Lowend continues to impress and this is further proof that no matter what genre or tempo he’s in, he’s one of the best newcomers in electronic music.

You probably know Salva from his production on this year’s standout rap track Old English (feat. Young Thug, Freddie Gibbs, A$AP Ferg) and other incredibly tough hip-hop beats. This time around, he’s throwing out some seriously smooth bedtime vibes on the lead track of his new EP.

An OWSLA on OWSLA remix whose product is a massive canvas for the rhymes of the ever-evolving Pusha T.