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1. D.O.D - Enter w/ Gta - Yolohton (AB THE THEIF Remix)
2. Wiwek - Global March
3. Valentino Khan - Deep Down Low (Rickyxsan Bootleg)
4. Shlump - What
5. Schoolboy Q x Kendrick Lamar - Collard Greens w/ RL Grime - Core
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WHAT IS TRAP MUSIC?
Trap music has undoubtedly taken over electronic music in the last few months. It's rise in popularity has been compared to the explosions of dubstep and moombahton when they first arrived on the scene.
So what is trap music? Well, if you mixed hip hop, house, and dub in a blender, and accented it with snappy snares and hi-hats, loud kicks, and booming bass, you'd end up with something really close to trap music in it's basic form (read more at Stoney Roads).
Despite it's recent spike in fame, trap music has actually been around for a long time. It's origins can be traced back to the 80s and 90s when producers were chopping and screwing 808 beats, sippin' sizzurp, and stayin' strapped in the streets of The South. In 2003, T.I. even named his second artist album Trap Musik. Gucci Mane's Brick Squad Records began releasing their Trap-A-Holics mixtape series a few years later, and producers like Lex Luger were making the trap sound their calling card in the rap game (read more at MiamiNewTimes).
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