808 MAFIA on 8 defining 808 tracks

808 MAFIA put the 808 on the map.

Founded in 2010, the collective of producers and production gurus have lent their talents to the likes of Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane, Drake, Migos, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Future, Chief Keef, and countless others. In celebration of 808 Day, Southside’s upcoming pack on Splice, and his new record label Eight Hundred Eight Records, we asked the members of 808 MAFIA to pick their eight favorite tracks that feature distinctive 808s.


1. Future: “Stick Talk”

2. Future: “Ain’t No Time”

3. Future: “Wicked”

4. Gucci Mane & Drake: “Both”

5. Offset feat. Cardi B: “Clout”

6. Gucci Mane feat. Migos: “I Get The Bag”

7. 21 Savage: “No Heart”

8. Future: “Married to the Game”


1. Yung Gud: “Body Horror”

2. Eli Muro: “Orphan’s Son (Ekali Remix)”

3. G Jones & Ekali: “Dark Matter”

4. Playboi Carti: “Pull Up”

5. Yung Lean & Thaiboy Digital: “Diamonds”

6. Jaden Smith: “Batman”

7. Travis Scott: “Uptown”

8. Lil Uzi Vert: “XO Tour Llif3”


1. G2 & Southside: “Peephole”

2. Sheck Wes: “Mo Bamba”

3. D Savage: “Emotionless”

4. Lil $horty: “Empty Stomach”

5. Playboi Carti: “Kid Cudi”

6. Playboi Carti: “A Lot On My Mind”

7. Notorious BIG: “Sky Is The Limit”

8. Mary J. Blige: “My Life”


1. Future: “Covered N Money”

2. Beastie Boys: “Paul Revere”

3. KEY!: “Toronto”

4. Korn: “Falling Away From Me”

5. Lil Yachty: “Cap”

6. Ski Mask The Slump God: “Coolest Money in the Jungle”

7. Smokepurpp: “3-8 Hot”

8. Valee: “Shell”

Tre Pounds

1. Young Thug: “Danny Glover”

2. Future: “I’m So Groovy”

3. Lil Uzi Vert: “XO Tour Lif3”

4. Migos: “Bad & Boujee”

5. Meek Mill: “Dreams and Nightmares”

6. Black Rob: “Woah!”

7. Missy Elliot: “Get Ur Freak On”

8. Lil Wayne: “A Milli”


1. Big Sean: “Moves”

2. Future: “Baptiize”

3. Moneybagg Yo: “Commotion”

4. Rick Ross: “Buy Back the Block (feat. 2 Chainz & Gucci Mane)”

5. Jaden Smith: “Better Things”

6. Future: “4 da Gang”

7. Future: “Zoom”

8. Tee Grizzley & Lil Durk: “Ooh Wee”


1. Future: “After That (feat. Lil Wayne)”

2. Logic: “State of Emergency”

3. Lil Wayne: “6 Foot 7 Foot”

4. Kanye West: “Love Lockdown”

5. 21 Savage: “Bank Account”

6. Meek Mill: “Going Bad”

7. A$AP Ferg: “Plain Jane”

8. Denzel Curry: “SUMO | ZUMO”


1. Gucci Mane: “First Day Out”

2. Gucci Mane: “Gorgeous”

3. Future: “Massage In My Room”

4. Young Thug – “It’s Up”

5. Drake: “Gyalchester”

6. Lil Keed: “Snake”

7. Lil Gotit: “Cook Up”

8. G2: “Blastin Off”


1. Travis Scott: “Can’t Say (feat. Don Toliver)”

2. 6lack: “Balenciaga Challenge (feat. Offset)”

3. The Weeknd: “Starboy”

4. A$AP Rocky: “Canal St. (feat. Bones)”

5. Future: “Kno The Meaning”

6. Metro Boomin: “Up To Something (feat. Travis Scott & Young Thug)”

7. Sean Leon: “Daughter (Hailey-Nirvana)”

8. J. Cole: “Power Trip (feat. Miguel)”


1. Future: “F*ck Up Some Commas”

2. Future: “Trap N****s”

3. Travis Scott: “Quintana Pt. 2”

4. Playboi Carti: “Fetti (feat. Maxo Kream, & Da$H)”

5. Playboi Carti: “WHAT (feat. Uno The Activist)”

6. G Herbo: “Swervo”

7. Travis Scott: “No Bystanders (feat. Juice WRLD & Sheck Wes)”

8. Young Thug: “Danny Glover”


1. Jay-Z & Kanye West: “Illest Motherf*cker Alive”

2. Travis Scott: “Nightcrawler (feat. Swae Lee & Chief Keef)”

3. Gucci Mane: “Trap Back”

4. Gunna: “Who You Foolin”

5. Meek Mill: “Pay You Back (feat. 21 Savage)”

6. Future & Young Thug: “No Cap”

7. Future: “Codeine Crazy”

8. Playboi Carti: “R.I.P. Fredo (feat. Young Nudy)”

Brock Luker (President & COO of Eight Hundred Eight Records)

1. Lil Wayne: “Let The Beat Build”

2. Future: “Stick Talk”

3. Kanye West: “Love Lockdown”

4. Ylti: “Glassa Wata”

5. Drake: “How Bout Now”

6. The Weeknd: “The Hills”

7. Allan Rayman: “Tennessee”

8. Beastie Boys: “Paul Revere”

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August 8, 2019

Kenneth Takanami Herman Kenneth Takanami Herman is a Content Strategist at Splice who produces electronic music as Kenneth Takanami.