Tropical Tuesdays: 10 Tropical house tracks that will chill your bones

Tropical house, also known as trop house, is a subgenre of deep house, with elements of dancehall and balearic house. The name of the genre itself started off as a kind of joke by Thomas Jack, but has since been gaining popularity among listeners. Tropical house was popularized by artists like Kygo, Thomas Jack, Matoma, Lost Frequencies, and Klingande.

Sensual sine waves, deep sub-basses, melodic rhythms as light as air and crisp percussions will take you deep into the Tropical paradise of La La Land.

Sit back, put on your headphones or your speakers to the max and indulge in pure musical pleasure in this scorching heat.

1. Fabelhawt – Needs
A relaxing R&B electric soul track by a mysterious German producer from the city of Dortmund. The crispy sine-square pluck, the sub bass flowing under the glitchy rhythm and percussions will mastered secretly make their way from your ears to your brain and slowly downpouring into your heart just like the smell of cool ocean breeze. We can’t get over this…

Check out more stuff by Fabelhawt here .

2. Alvo – You’re Playing In My Head
A chilling melodic house track with tropical vibes by Polish house producer Alvo. Can you feel the summer?

Check out more stuff by Alvo here.

3. Axwell Λ Ingrosso – Something New ( Robin Schulz Remix)

4. Felix Jaehn Feat. Thallie Ann Seenyen – Dance With Me
These two talented youngsters Felix Jeahn & Thalie Ann Seenyen put their strengths together and created this brand new tune on Armada Deep!
Strong vocals, beautiful melodies and a summery atmosphere keep you interested during the whole track.

5. Janieck – Feel The Love (Sam Feldt Edit)

6. Kygo – Carry Me

7. Felix Jaehn Feat. Lost Frequencies & Linying – Eagle Eyes

8. Outkast- Rosa Parks (Adam Foster’s Summertime Remix)

9. Sigma ft. Paloma Faith – Changing (Klingande Remix)

10. 3LAU – Is It Love (Ft. Yeah Boy)

Hope you are totally chilled out by now.

Bonus: Klingade – All Gone Pete Tong Guestmix

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