Welcome back to Takeover Tuesday, where each week, Billboard taps chart-topping artists and tastemakers to compile their very own playlist exclusive to Billboard's Spotify account. We give the artists free rein to base the list on whatever subject they choose. The only rule? Make it as creative and unique to them as possible.
The Dobre Brothers are bringing their high-energy acrobatics to cities around North America on their summer tour. In between, the sibling quartet will stop by VidCon in Anaheim on July 11 for an hour-long Q&A about their journey to becoming YouTube stars, content creators and entrepreneurs.
While they're on the road, the Dobre Brothers — Lucas, Marcus, Darius and Cyrus — stay entertained with help from artists like Rich the Kid and Marshmello. For their Takeover Tuesday, the bros are giving a glimpse the jams that are currently pumping through their headphones.
Of course, touring the country makes for a lot driving, so the guys also included several tunes that keep them amped for their next show. Tiesto and Oliver Heldens' "The Right Song" gets the Dobre Brothers going, as does Lil Yachty's "Yacht Club." Cdot Honcho's "Still a Takeover" is another road jam, as the bros say it "makes us feel like absolute bosses when we bump it in the car." And once they've arrived, the Dobre Brothers' pre-show pump-ups are Rich the Kid's "Party Bus" and Cdot Honcho's "02 Shit." "These songs both bump soooo hard," they declare.
Though several songs on the 16-song playlist have undeniable beats, the brothers made sure there was meaning behind their choices, too. Like Rich the Kid's 83 Babies collab "No Cap," a song about life having no limits, which the guys say "keeps us inspired to always reach for more and never settle." G-Eazy and Blueface's "West Coast" and DaBaby's breakout hit "Suge" also hold meaning for the guys, as they started their career as a group on the West Coast — and now, like "Suge" states, "we’re young CEOs!"
The Dobre guys also relate to Post Malone's love for cars in "Wow," as well as XXXTentacion's money-making flexes in "$$$": "We work hard and that hard work is rewarded financially — this song speaks to that," the group shares. But while they connect to songs like Lil Uzi Vert and King Zip Lock's "The Way Life Goes" (which they call a "perfect example how our lives keep getting better and better"), the most personal track the entire playlist is the Dobre Brothers' very own "Stop That."
"This song is our mission statement," the brothers say the song. "Every time we hear it it saves as a reminder what we stand for and why we do what we do."
Check out the Dobre Brothers' full Takeover Tuesday playlist below, and get your tickets to see them here. (Editor's note: Cdot Honcho's "Still a Takeover" isn't available on Spotify. Listen to it here.)