Anytime Flosstradamus announces that they are releasing a new song, everyone goes wild. It is just a fact, they are two of the best trap producers in the game, which makes sense because Curt and Josh have been in the hip-hop/trap game since 2006. This song is an example of why Trap fans around the world bow down to Flosstradamus. Combine them with the mind of Travis Porter and you are in for a fun ride. Their newest song “Drop Top” could prove to be their biggest production yet, although it will have to outshine their “Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix)” which is still known as one of the greatest Trap anthems of all time. This is trap at its best, they do not try and do too much, they just take a fire idea and execute it perfectly. Enough of me talking about the song though, give it a listen for yourself…..
Think we all know what’s coming back next week. Here is some music to keep you going into this weekend and into next week. Not the best bunch of songs I’ve put together but these are still all good and you should have these or atleast check them out. Everything from some crazy dubstep to the classic “Jessie’s Girl”. Have a good weekend and pump the beat!
What do you expect when you see the text “Flosstradamus Remix” next to a song title? Probably some snares, some 808s, a “Damn son, where’d you find this?”, and an absolutely filthy track. That’s exactly what this track offers, minus Floss’ signature catch phrase that has come to be associated with all trap songs. The Flosstradamus duo takes this beautiful Flux Pavillion track and turns it into a turnt up, bass kicking banger. Check it out below.
With 2012 closed, I thought I would take some time to review the best music that 2012 brought to us. It was an exceptional year for EDM with a lot of break out artists going from unknown to infamous, I remember on last New Years Eve I was lucky enough to see Cazzette, Arty, Avicii, and Swanky Tunes; keep in mind this is before Arty, Cazette, and Swanky Tunes were common names in EDM. Personally to see those three artists blow up the way they did really astounded me because last year I remember saying “Swanky who..? and who the hell is Arty?” but now if you said Swanky Tunes you would hear “Oh the guys who helped produce ‘Sending My Love’ and ‘Here We Go’? Yeah I know them.” There were a lot of great, great songs in 2012, so forgive me if I missed a few of the obvious ones, I tried to go through as many as I could in my mind and pick which ones belonged in the top 10, check it out after the jump.