Trap Tuesdays welcomes you back once again to the world of 808s and silly dancing, and of course the best new trap music. This week’s edition includes chill-out tunes, fierce festival trap, and some uplifting future bass. The best part? EVERYTHING featured this week is available for FREE!
Braeden Bailey – Fingerwork (Original Mix)
Here’s that chill-out track I was telling you about. Bailey treats us with some freaky chords and fabulous live instruments which add a little something special to the track.
Snootie Wild vs. Dirty Chocolate – Made Me (M. Bolez’s Singularity Edit)
M. Bolez creates an awesome mashup featuring Snootie Wild and K Camp’s vocals and Dirty Chocolate’s Moving Castle classic Singularity. If you were a fan of either of the originals then this will be an exciting new take for you.
fzpz – practise taichi (Original Mix)
I’d never really considered taking up tai chi, but this song makes me feel like a black belt. Fzpz has done some amazing work on the introductory bass at the drops, and the arpeggiated synth reminiscent of What So Not and George Maple’s recent collab, Gemini, is amazing.
Fergie – Glamorous feat. Ludacris (PLS&TY Remix)
I never thought I’d be reviewing a Fergie song, but here I am. This VIP mix transforms the original into something much more respectable and club-worthy. I love the wobbles that appear during the second rap verse.
Snavs – Riot (Original Mix)
Snavs pack as much hype into this song as possible, going from epic chord progressions to brain-bursting drops in a matter of seconds. Riot is the perfect inauguration for Snavs’ brand new label, Riotville.