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The trap and bass movement is only continuing to grow, and producers are beginning to come out with some really really cool remixes and originals. It's too fuggin easy for this genre to steal the spotlight...and I like it
That godawful song that you hear on top 40 radio ALL THE FUCKING TIME. I swear that shits on like every single minute on a different station. Anyways, this makes me not hate the song, in fact I actually like it. Choppy, trapped out.
Slow to start...but it gets trap-tastic real quick. Not really what I was expecting at the drop when I first heard it, but still dope nonetheless.
If you haven't heard the original by now, then you've been hiding under a rock for the past month. This song's been in the spotlight lately, and Triple Six Sound Club takes the original and turns it up a notch.
Corny as fuck...I know. But seriously, I love what this dude did with the remix...it's something I would never expect from an original like this.
Another Jeffrees release, i've been loving this one lately. When it starts out you really don't know what to expect...but as soon as the bass comes in, you'll be loving it.
Bros are definitely not what you'll be thinking of when listening to this. This collaboration will surely have all of the bootyliscious babes in the room makin' moves in no time as this song exemplifies a perfect balance of beets and bouncy synths combined to make one of the better moombahton songs i've heard in awhile
Before you hate on me for getting all mainstream-y with this one, hear me out. Mr. Robinson just released all of his VIP/bootlegs for your listening pleasure, and this one happens to be one of the better ones. The opening synths in Spitfire still give me chills, and having them blend perfectly into a frenzied mayhem of electro and bass is just plain crazy
Had to give a shoutout to my homie Elliott Porter on this one. He's been producing tracks for quite some time now, but this one really caught my attention. A funky, disco-like intro quickly transforms into a melodic progressive house section...all of the sounds come together perfectly to blend into one of the better house tracks that i've heard in awhile. kudos
Been waiting on a 320 of this one for waaaaaaaaay too long. Bassnectar drops this shit consistently, so you know this song has boss-status. A bass-filled remix that will surely having you nod your head with joy...you may hate Estelle but this makes it well worthwhile.