With a decent sub-woofer or the best bass headphones, you can experience the unmistakable boom that comes from bass-heavy music with these great tracks.
If you're testing the bass response of your new sound system or headphones, make sure to start at lower volumes before you crank it up with songs that have a heavy bass line.
Note, not all of these songs have the most bass, but rather the best bass for testing your setup.
So, here they are!
"Above and Beyond" – Bassnectar
Bassnectar takes bass to a new level with this track. It features subterranean electronic lows that will blow you away. If you're into electronic-style music with a heavy bass line, this is a great track to test your setup.
"Sail" – Awolnation
This popular track features punchy bass that is leveled out with other sounds as well. If you're trying to test your bass, but also get a feel for other sound elements, check this one out.
"Can't Hold Us" – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
When it comes to a more traditional party-bump bass, "Can't Hold Us" never fails to impress. It is an overall well-rounded track with a signature kick and bass pedal rhythm.
"Or Nah" - Ty Dolla $ign
One of the slower and more consistent tracks on this list, Or Nah is a slow steady beautiful bass-heavy song if you're into more hip-hop style music.
"A Milli" - Lil Wayne
Another classic hip hop track that's known for its bass is A Milli by Lil Wayne. Crank this one up for some soul crunching bass hits that you're sure to feel in your bones.
"Sugar" - System Of a Down
This classic edgy punk/hardcore song is great for testing your bass if you're not much into electronic or hip hop and you want to see how your setup responds to more natural sounds.
"Almost Easy" - Avenged Sevenfold
Another rock staple, Avenged Sevenfold's "Almost Easy" is great for listening to well rounded, crunchy electric guitars and a solid bass line
Wrapping It All Up
If you're looking to test the bass of your new headphones, sound system or are just looking to dive deep into bass-heavy bliss, these songs are a great start. Depending on the style of bass-heavy music prefer will determine while tracks are ultimately the best for your setup.
What are your favorite bass-heavy tracks? Let us know in the comments section below!