Juice Jam 2017

Whether it’s rap or indie, here are 4 playlists for a Juice Jam pregame based on genre

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Juice Jam 2017 is set to feature five artists across the EDM, hip-hop and indie genres. Rock out to these four playlists featuring artists from past Juice Jam festivities.

The Juice Jam 2017 lineup isn’t getting as much hype as it did in past years. To get more in the zone, here’s a genre-based playlist celebrating the past four years of Juice Jam lineups.

Rap/Hip-hop:
Rap/Hip-hop has the biggest representation in Juice Jam history since 2013. Here’s a mix of throwbacks and current hits from each artist and the year they came to Syracuse. Disclaimer: No, Fetty Wap did not show up, but Trap Queen will forever be a campus classic.

-Fetty Wap 2016 – “Trap Queen,” “679” (feat. Remy Boyz), “My Way” (feat. Monty)
-D.R.A.M. 2016 – “Broccoli,” “Gilligan,” “Cash Machine”
-Big Sean 2015 – “Bounce Back,” “Jump Out The Window,” “Champions”
-iLoveMakonnen 2015 – “I Don’t Sell Molly No More,” “Tuesday” (feat. Drake),” I Like Tuh”
-ScHoolboy Q 2014 – “THat Part,” “Collard Greens,” “Man Of The Year”
-Ace Hood 2014 – “Bugatti,” “We Don’t” (feat. Rich Homie Quan), “Came Wit the Posse”
-Kendrick Lamar 2013 – “HUMBLE.,” “LOYALTY.FEAT.RIHANNA.,” “LOVE. FEAT. ZACARI”.
-Ab-Soul 2013- “Illuminate” (feat. Kendrick Lamar), “The Law” (feat. Mac Miller & Rapsody), “D.R.U.G.S.”

EDM:
EDM is a close second in Juice Jam representation. University Union has a knack for inviting artists before they go big. This year has heavy emphasis in this genre, so make sure you find an elevated surface.

-Marshmello 2016 – “Show you,” “Chasing Colors” (Feat. Noah Cyrus), “Keep it Mello” (feat. Omar LinX)
-Oliver Heldens 2015 – “Gecko” (Overdrive), “The Right Song,” “The Journey – Oliver Heldens Edit”
-SNBRN 2015 – “Beat the Sunrise,” “Raindrops – Radio Edit, Show Me”
-Dillon Francis 2014 – “Say Less,” “Coming Over” (feat. James Hersey), “Anywhere”
-3LAU 2014 – “How You Love Me,” “Is It Love,” “On My Mind”
-Nicky Romero 2013 – “I Could Be The One” (Avicii vs. Nicky Romero – Nicktim/Radio Edit), “Toulouse” – Original Mix, “Sober” with Cheat Codes
-Robert DeLong 2013 – “Long Way Down,” “Global Concepts,” “Don’t Wait Up”

Pop:
Pop is still the radio favorite but these artists put their own flair into the mix. These female artists paired their killer vocals with even greater beats.

-Tinashe 2014 – “2 On ft. SchoolBoy Q,” “Flame,” “Player” ft. Chris Brown
-Tove Lo 2016 – “Habits (Stay High),” “Talking Body,” “Influence ‘Audio’” ft. Wiz Khalifa
-LOLO 2016 – “Not Gonna Let You Walk Away,” “Amen”

Indie/Electronic Pop:
The Indie stage has never been short of crazy good performers and some of these artists are underrated. If this genre isn’t usually your go-to, try listening to this playlist while studying.

-Stephen 2016 – “Crossfire,” “Fly Down,” “Sincerely”
-BØRNS 2015 – “Electric Love,” “10,000 Emerald Pools,” “American Money”
-Matt and Kim 2015 – “Daylight,” “Let’s Go,” “Get It”
-Broods 2014 – “Bridges,” “Four Walls,” “Heartlines – MOUNT Remix”
-MisterWives 2014 – “Reflections,” “Our Own House,” “Machine”
-The Neighbourhood 2013 – “Sweater Weather,” “Afraid,” “R.I.P 2 My Youth”
-Smallpools 2013 (and 2017) – “Centerfold,” “Million Bucks,” “Dreaming”

Still trying to get to know this year’s lineup? Check out this year’s Juice Jam pregame playlist.

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