For those who like dirtier tracks, this remix of Love Sosa is absolutely filthy. All that Keef’s track needed was RL Grime’s trap feel to take it to it’s full potential.
The Reason I Got 99 Problems is a tasteful combination of Skrillex’s hard-hitting sounds and Jay-Z’s phenomenal lyrics. This is a dope/fresh mashup we have here thanks to Mistermike… and it’s nicely put together! Where’s summer when you need it?
Samuel Kopelman, otherwise known as Branchez, definitely made my ears perk up with his emotional and beautiful trapped-esque remix of Rihanna’s Stay. As winter leaves and Spring arrives, look to this song as a track in your playlist.
Dada Life’s So Young So High gets an epic remix by the one and only, Dillon Francis. It’s a twist of electro-house and trap, making it a fun song to listen to.
At Dawn We Rage released a sexy, trap remix of Kendrick Lamar’s Swimming Pools. This is a prime example of why I love trap music. Not all of it is crap.
This is a trap-tastic playlist crafted together by American based producer, BENZI. It’s a beast of a set with tons of exclusive content and massive remixes of notable producers. If trap style music isn’t your cup of tea, please allow this to change your mind.
Electronic dance music producer and performer, Austin Maddox, has released a spacey trap-style banger called Freshmen. This is a track with some heavy 808 kicks, a nice dubstep breakdown and quite humorous samples. Freshmen is a track I’d listen to on a lazy day or while cruisin’ the open roads… actually, I’d listen to it anywhere at anytime.
Since the breakthrough of electronic dance music in to the American mainstream scene, a number of flourishing subgenres have emerged, but it’s hard to match the pure swag of Trap style. It’s a unique mix – running at a dubstep tempo but with the 808 drums popularized in southern crunk rap music. Viking Breakdance, of Raleigh, North Carolina, does a sick trap style remix of M.I.A. to get your subs knocking.