Fresh off a stellar performance at NYC’s summer stage last week, the trap lord RL Grime drops an absolutely fire remix of The Weeknd’s “The Hills.” Allowing Abel’s original vocal performance room to do its thing, the remix quickly ascends into an epic drop ripe with future bass pads, a driving synth melody and RL’s signature massive 808’s. Enjoy this work from one of the finest in the trap game above.
Terra from Falcons is a new sounding track full of energy and bravado, fresh from the Brooklyn based label Fools Gold. The California native drops three other records with the release of his Terra EP. Terra stood out for me, with strong rhythmic and trap influences. Check the entire EP after the jump.
Hegemon keeps killing it with their releases, and for their newest track, TroBoi and Father Dude create a future, R&B banger.
The track is full of heavy, dramatic sweeps complimented with percussion sounds that boom throughout the track. Prior to this track, both TroyBoi and Father Dude worked together on “Misunderstood,” and for TroBoi, those results were definitely enough to convince him for round 2:
After we did our track ‘Misunderstood’ together, I really got a feel for his voice and wanted to craft something that he could really go to town on…..and he KILLED IT! ?? Enjoy the the chilled vibes once again, you will need it before my next announcement comes along.
Flosstradamus, GTA, and Lil Jon have all teamed up to bring trap to a whole new level. With ear-piercing synths constantly in your face, you’re given no choice but to throw up those trap arms.
“Prison Riot” is their newest collaboration, and with trap lords Flosstradamus and GTA taking the lead on the production, there’s very little room for failure. To top things off, Lil Jon, an artist who’s constantly sampled in dance music, queues the drop. Without further adieu, here’s what a “Prison Riot” looks like.
The aspect of FlicFlac’s edit to Cape Cub’s “Swim” that makes the remix so appealing is the vibe generated by the song’s rhythm. As usual, FlicFlac delivers the listener an atypical futuristic/tropical/deep House melody that is ideal for straight chilling. Warning: “Swim (FlicFlac Remix)” by Cape Cub is known to cause excessive foot tapping and head bobbing.
You know when Mad Decent’s got your back, you’re doing something right. With his newest release, NGHTMRE brings on the hype and some much needed horn samples.
As the vocal sample echoing, “Back with the hard street,” booms in the background, hollow plucks compliments the bass by giving the track some pace. Skrillex debut this monster back at Ultra Music Fesitival 2015. Since then, the track has gained tons of other support from artists like Flosstradamus, RL Grime, and Bassnectar.
Sweater Beats has taken this track to a whole new level. For his newest remix, he’s taken on the Australian duo Hermitude. With an assault of percussion sounds and vocal sampling, we get this track that engulfs you with energy.
Sweater Beats is currently prepping for performances at festivals such as Northern Nights Music Festival and HARD Summer.