“I Got That Fire” by SwaggleRock


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This right here is some muhfuckin uuuhhh fire! I love how  SwaggleRock, consisting of Buzz Trillington & Shooter McNappin, used this sample from a popular vine, flipped it, and dropped this filth. These two, whether it be by themselves or as the duo, have been constantly releasing fuego. If you want good tracks to show up on your stream, head over to their pages and give em a follow. Hit “Read More” to check out the full video.

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“We Are The Dream (Infuze Remix)” by Sound Remedy

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Wow, just wow. Infuze has thoroughly impressed me with his rendition of Sound Remedy’s “We Are The Dream.” The ambient track is masterfully carved into an ambient trap track full of 808s and bass-y chords. To compliment these elements, the lead synth does an amazing job to keep things light and heavenly. Let Infuze take you on a journey that he’s created for you.

“Grind (trichome. Flip)” by Mr. Carmack


What’s up guys, my name’s Greg, better know as Kaner, and I’m gonna be throwing you some tunes for as long as Jay and you guys let me. Lets get to the music.

I stumbled upon this trap/chillstep artist named trichome. who seems to have a really good sound in everything he’s produced. I’m posting a song from an older collection, that really represents what he’s all about; rhythmic bass lines, with enough samples and diversions to get you on your feet. “Grind” is a re-flip of a Mr. Carmack record, and does it justice. Have a listen below.

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PumpTheBeat.com Presents: Trap Tuesdays Vol. 9


Classes have officially started and with the New Year + new semester to propel me, I plan to make this a great Spring and stay ahead on my schoolwork!
~ Every College Student

Let’s be real, y’all, weeks two and three will roll around and we’ll probably already have a late assignment. But luckily I’ve got a bangin’ Trap playlist to help get us through this week and arrive at the fabled first weekend back. That’s right, asses up, cups down, music bumping down the block. Start your semester off right with a party-ready playlist to get down to.

Take note of the sick Rap remakes featuring K.Dot & Sndwvs, Meek Milly & Baht, Trap Lord Ferg & Marssick, and the new kid, Makonnen, with Styles&Complete.

“Tribe (NGHTMRE Remix)” by Theophilus London

10418354_878803822141827_6347320997983821086_nJust in case you have not woken up to the reality of another work week, go ahead and let this track buffer for a few moments. All set ? Good.

NGHTMRE approaches this remix by distinguishing the percussion and tribal chants as the foundation that decisively compliments the style he was hoping to produce for this specific track.  Without mistake, NGHTMRE  reaches deep into his tool box – producing a remix that will leave your pupils dilated by the end of the 5 minute duration.

Release Date: January 26th, 2015

“Take U There (Trilluminati Remix)” by Jack U

This heat is coming at you all the way from Down Under, courtesy of Trilluminati. With support from names like Baauer and Benasis, this guy is doing something right. I thought his take on Jack U’s “Take U There” was unique, and I don’t know about you but judging by the tracks he’s put up, I’d like to see what else he can do. Hit that link and give him a follow.

“So High (San Holo Remix)” by Doja Cat

doja cat so high san holo pumpthebeat.comIf you aren’t familiar with Doja Cat yet, well, work on that. If you aren’t familiar with San Holo, then this must be your first time on PTB – welcome.

Doja Cat‘s eerie, chill vocals remind me of Ellie Goulding mixed with Jhene Aiko. Silky and beautiful. San Holo is a perfect match as he adds his own flavor of ambience and atmosphere that culminates into a sick drop and overall dope song. I love how San draws out the breakdowns and gives plenty of space for the build-up, drawing you to the edge of your seat until the drop rocks your ear canals.

The lyrics are simple, the sounds are aurally pleasing, and the remix takes you on a journey. Listen below and be sure to listen again next time you’re so high.