Freestylers
Freestylers

Freestylers

GBRElectronic, Dance
344,841 monthly listeners
  • 71.6K followers
  • 196 subscribers
  • 7.1K followers
  • 100 followers
  • 39.9K followers

Freestylers's Top Spotify Songs

1
Artist Name
Cracks - Flux Pavilion Remix
69.3K streams
2
Artist Name
Push Up
34.4K streams
3
Artist Name
Painkiller
27.8K streams
4
Artist Name
Painkiller
4.9K streams
5
Artist Name
Ruffneck
4.5K streams
69.3K
Streams last week
34.4K
Streams last week
27.8K
Streams last week

Painkiller

Freestylers, Pendulum, SirReal
4.9K
Streams last week
4.5K
Streams last week
4K
Streams last week

Boom Blast - Deekline & Wizard Remix

Freestylers, Million Dan, Deekline
3.3K
Streams last week
2.8K
Streams last week
2.6K
Streams last week

Junglist Warrior

Lady Waks, Deekline, Freestylers, Steppa Style, Blackout JA, Tenor Youthman
N/A
Streams last week

Freestylers's YouTube Videos

412.8K
Views
Freestylers - Push Up (Radio Edit)
Youtube
412.8K views
Sep 25, 2014
196.7K
Views
Freestylers -  B Boy Stance
Youtube
196.7K views
Jul 15, 2014
148.7K
Views
Pendulum feat Freestylers - Painkiller
Youtube
148.7K views
Feb 29, 2016

Freestylers's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Artist Name
SONGS THAT GET WHITE PEOPLE TURNT
by Spotify
2
Artist Name
by Spotify
3
Artist Name
De officiële Foute 1500 | editie 2024 | Qmusic
by Spotify
4
Artist Name
ALL TIME CLASSICS | | My Forever Favorites
by Spotify
5
Artist Name
Q-top 500 van de Zomer | editie 2023 | Qmusic
by Spotify
116.1K
Followers
72.9K
Followers

by Mat Young
42.1K
Followers

Events54 Events

Aug
07-11
Lakefest
United Kingdom
GBR
, VentnorN/A N/A
Aug
25
Freestylers at The Attic Torquay
United Kingdom
GBR
, Torquay0 - 500 Club
Sep
05-07
Mucky Weekender
United Kingdom
GBR
, PolegateN/A N/A
Sep
14
Freestylers at Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla
Spain
ESP
, Seville30000 + Stadium
Sep
21
Freestylers at Fox & Firkin
United Kingdom
GBR
, London0 - 500 Bar
Jun
08
Krafty Kuts at Concorde 2
United Kingdom
GBR
, Brighton0 - 500 Club
Past
Jun
07
Freestylers at The Fox & Firkin
United Kingdom
GBR
, London0 - 500 Bar
Past
May
26
Freestylers at No. 32
United Kingdom
GBR
, Brighton0 - 500 Bar
Past
May
23-26
Shindig Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, VentnorN/A N/A
Past
May
17
Freestylers at Dalston Den
United Kingdom
GBR
, London0 - 500 Other
Past

Freestylers's Upcoming Events9 Events

  • Lakefest festival

    Olly Murs, Rudimental, Sigala, Jake Bugg, The Stranglers, The Libertines, Phats & Small, Gok Wan, Kosheen, Sian Evans - Kosheen, Freestylers, Sweet Female Attitude, Krafty Kuts, David Rodigan, Black Grape, The Twang, Tall Paul, Jaguar Skills, The Entitled Sons, Dr Meaker, Kenny Ken, Laurie Wright, Seb Fontaine, Slamboree, Brandon Block, Brianna Musco, The Chase, Imperial Leisure, Megan Dixon Hood, Jon Pleased Wimmin, Kymara, THE LEYLINES, The Scribes, N'famady Kouyate, The Beatles Dub Club, Ultimate Coldplay, Lisa Unique, Dub Catalyst, SIRACUSE, Crispin, The Neville Staple Band
    GBR, Ventnor
    Medium
  • Freestylers at The Attic Torquay

    Freestylers, Graham Gold
    The Attic Torquay
    GBR, Torquay
    Club0 - 500
  • Mucky Weekender festival

    Marshall Jefferson, Deekline, Ed Solo, Freestylers, Benny Page, London Elektricity, Dub Pistols, Congo Natty, The Dualers, Doorly, Beans On Toast, Dreadzone, Plump DJs, Nicky Blackmarket, Shades of Rhythm, Dutty Moonshine Big Band, DJ Micky Finn, Dr Meaker, Uncle Dugs, IRVINE WELSH, Holy Youth Movement, Lisa Loud, Daddy Nature
    GBR, Polegate
    Small
  • Freestylers at Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla

    Freestylers
    Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla
    ESP, Seville
    Stadium30K+
  • Freestylers at Fox & Firkin

    Freestylers
    The Fox & Firkin
    GBR, London
    Bar0 - 500

Freestylers's Past Events45 Events

  • Krafty Kuts at Concorde 2

    Freestylers, Krafty Kuts, A.Skillz, Plump DJs
    Concorde 2
    GBR, Brighton
    Club0 - 500
  • Freestylers at The Fox & Firkin

    Freestylers, Krafty Kuts, Plump DJs
    The Fox & Firkin
    GBR, London
    Bar0 - 500
  • Freestylers at No. 32

    Freestylers
    No. 32
    GBR, Brighton
    Bar0 - 500
  • Shindig Festival festival

    Groove Armada, Ewan McVicar, General Levy, Kraak & Smaak, Odyssey, The Brand New Heavies, Freestylers, Stanton Warriors, Jody Wisternoff, The Allergies, Krafty Kuts, Mad Professor, Dub Pistols, Congo Natty, Lack Of Afro, Gardna, Braxton, Harry Shotta, DJ Rap, Ruth Royall, Doorly, Smoove & Turrell, Ragga Twins, Greg Wilson, Kid Crème, A.Skillz, JFB, Aldo Vanucci, Plump DJs, Kleu, T>I, Wolfgang Valbrun, Father Funk, Shades of Rhythm, Altern 8, MC Shabba D, John Morales, Dutty Moonshine Big Band, Miss Fortune, Nookie, Lazy Habits, Mark Rae, Nick Thayer, Uncle Dugs, Yam Who?, Mark XTC, 2 Bad Mice, The Cuban Brothers, SPIDER, Renegade Soundwave, Terry Farley, Mark Archer, X-Ray Ted, My Bad Sister, Shosh, Killa Kela, WBBL, DJ Prime Cuts, Old Time Sailors, JIM, Jacky Murda, Greg Blackman, DJ EMMA, Suki Soul, Foul Play, Jaegerossa, DJ Trax, Jim Sharp, Profit, Captain Flatcap, Binbag Wisdom, Mr Switch, Knats, Madame Electrifie, Buckley, MR FITZ, Ben & Lex, The Beatles Dub Club, MADLY, Danny rankin, Justin Harris, Daddy Nature, Rick Smith, Pete the Temp, Ben Hudson, FAITH, The Dj Frankie G, DJ Mixjah, Natty Speaks, Bass Choir, The Sly Players, Stuart Patterson, Dave Jarvis, JOE PENG, DJ Sarah Love, The Disappointments, Will Kayll, Mini Da Minx, Dj Andres Morales, TOBY ONE, DJ Red-I, Brockie & Det, Boxer Banton, King Farmer, Inter, DMTree, DAZEE, Sandra Cross, Good Vibes, Mistress Mo, Kurupt FM
    GBR, Ventnor
    Small
  • Freestylers at Dalston Den

    Freestylers, Dr S Gachet
    Dalston Den
    GBR, London
    Other0 - 500

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Doctor P
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Matrix & Futurebound
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Monrroe
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Deekline
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Gray

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Phibes

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GBDrum & Bass
DJ Marky
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Ed Solo
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Stanton Warriors
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Alpha Steppa
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GBDrum & Bass

Freestylers's Beatport Songs

1
Artist Name
Happiness (Original Mix)
Released on Dec 04, 2020
2
Artist Name
Love My Bass (Original Mix)
Released on Sep 08, 2014
3
Artist Name
Calling The People feat. Aphrodite (Freestylers Soundclash Remix)
Released on Dec 27, 2020
4
Artist Name
Black Rabbit (Dub Pistols & Freestylers Remix)
Released on Dec 15, 2022
5
Artist Name
Elastic Mind (Freestylers Remix)
Released on Mar 31, 2023

Calling The People feat. Aphrodite (Freestylers Soundclash Remix)

Freestylers, Aphrodite

More about Freestylers

Overview of Dance musician Freestylers

The Freestylers are a London-based electronic dance music duo that have been performing since the late 1990s. Their music is a fusion of different electronic music subgenres, such as breakbeat, big beat, and jungle. The team is renowned for its exuberant presentations, which frequently feature live singing and instrumental accompaniment.

Over the years, The Freestylers have put out a number of popular tracks, such as "Push Up," "Ruffneck," and "Cracks." Additionally, they have worked with a range of musicians, such as Tenor Fly, MC Navigator, and Sirreal. One of the most well-known electronic music artists from the United Kingdom, their music has been used in several movies, television shows, and video games.

The Freestylers have established themselves as one of the most interesting acts in the electronic dance music market with their distinctive fusion of electronic sounds and live instrumentation. Their music is the ideal fusion of classic and contemporary sounds, with a focus on energizing beats that will get any crowd moving. The Freestylers' distinctive sound and contagious energy continue to pull in fans of electronic music from all around the world.

What are the most popular songs for Dance musician Freestylers?

The Electronic and Dance music duo from London, United Kingdom, Freestylers, has produced a number of well-known songs that have turned into anthems for the genre. Their best songs include "Cracks - Flux Pavilion Remix", "Fasten Your Seatbelt (Ft. The Freestylers)", and "Push Up - Original Mix". Millions of people have listened to these songs via a variety of platforms, and they have been played at clubs and festivals all around the world.

With its powerful bassline and memorable vocals, "Cracks - Flux Pavilion Remix" stands out as a favorite track for the duo. Freestylers and Flux Pavilion worked together to create the remix, which has since grown to be one of the most recognizable pieces of Dubstep music. Another well-known song with the duo's distinctive blend of electronic and rock elements is "Fasten Your Seatbelt (Ft. The Freestylers)." The song has been remixed by numerous artists and used in a variety of media, such as video games and ads.

"Painkiller", "Ruffneck", and "B-Boy Stance" are some of the other well-known songs by Freestylers. The duo's ability to meld many genres and produce memorable sounds is demonstrated by these tracks. The songs "Push Up - Radio Edit" and "Cracks - Ctrl-Z Remix" are also noteworthy and have gotten a lot of praise from both critics and fans.

Overall, with their distinctive sound and well-liked songs, Freestylers have had a big impact on the Electronic and Dance music landscape. Fans continue to love their music all across the world, and many other musicians in the genre have been influenced by them.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Dance musician Freestylers?

With the release of their most recent album "Other Worlds" in 2021, the electronic music duo Freestylers from London, United Kingdom, has been creating waves in the music business. The album contains several songs that exhibit the duo's distinctive sound, which combines elements of breakbeat, dub, and electronic music.

Freestylers have recently released a number of singles in addition to the album. While "Nice Up" and "Bad Boy" were released in 2022, "Push Up (Praia Remix)" and "Elastic Mind (Freestylers Remix)" are scheduled to be released in 2023. Each of these songs has a special combination of electronic sounds, enticing hooks, and dynamic vocals that will definitely get fans moving.

High-intensity beats and contagious melodies have long been hallmarks of Freestylers music, and this is still true today. It's no surprise that they remain one of the most interesting artists in the current electronic music scene given their capacity to combine several musical genres to produce a sound that is both original and contemporary.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Dance musician Freestylers?

The London-based pioneers of electronic and dance music, Freestylers, have performed on some of the greatest venues and festivals in the world. One of the most sought-after live acts in the business, their reputation has been solidified by their electric performances at Boomtown Fair, Isle of Wight Festival, and Tokyo World. Their mind-blowing act at Boomtown Fair included their signature breakbeat sound, and their exuberant performance at Isle of Wight Festival had the crowd clamoring for more.

Freestylers have enthralled audiences at some of the top venues worldwide in addition to festivals. The Steel Yard in London and the Kasbah Nightclub in Coventry have both seen their performances, which have always been a smash. Additionally demonstrating their flexibility as a trio, they have rocked the stage at Hare & Hounds Kings Heath in Birmingham, The Court in Perth, and Altar Hobart in Australia.

Freestylers have performed in festivals and venues in addition to VIBE Fesztival in Hungary, where they enthralled the audience with their distinct fusion of breakbeat, hip hop, and electronic sounds. Their live shows are masterworks of showmanship, with fluid transitions and captivating stage presence that captivates the audience.

Overall, the music performances by the Freestylers and their appearances at festivals have been nothing short of extraordinary. They have established themselves as a major player in the electronic and dance music scenes thanks to their explosive live performances and cutting-edge music.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Dance musician Freestylers?

The London, UK-based electronic dance music group known as Freestylers has worked with a number of musicians throughout the years. "Cracks - Flux Pavilion Remix" by Belle Humble and Flux Pavilion, "Fasten Your Seatbelt (Ft. The Freestylers)" by Pendulum, "Ruffneck" by Navigator, "Boom Blast - Deekline & Wizard Remix" by Million Dan and Deekline, and "Here We Go" by Definition of Sound are a few of the most significant collaborations.

"Cracks - Flux Pavilion Remix" by Belle Humble and Flux Pavilion is among the album's notable collaborations. The song became a dubstep genre classic after becoming a great success and peaking at number 40 in the UK charts. Belle Humble's melancholic vocals and the Freestylers' upbeat beats combined with Flux Pavilion's distinctive sound to produce a song that fans still enjoy today.

The song "Fasten Your Seatbelt (Ft. The Freestylers)" by Pendulum is another significant collaboration. The track, which was included on Pendulum's much praised album "Hold Your Colour," demonstrated Freestylers' ability to work with a variety of musical styles. The song is a drum and bass-infused, high-energy masterpiece that has become a mainstay in the electronic music community.

In conclusion, Freestylers have worked with a diverse range of musicians, but some of their most significant projects include their collaborations with Belle Humble, Flux Pavilion, Pendulum, Navigator, Million Dan, Deekline, and Definition of Sound. Freestylers have repeatedly shown that they are true masters of their trade by producing dubstep classics and drum and bass songs.