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Pleasures From TRAP MUSIC Awaits You in This Weekend’s Playlist

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Pleasures From TRAP MUSIC Awaits You in This Weekend’s Playlist

For a while now, we’ve been feeling like these Weekend playlists haven’t had any Trap music. This week, we’re bringing you the best of TRAP MUSIC from all over the globe. Two fantastic new chunes dropped—one a new mix by Revoke, who worked his magic on ‘Magnolia’ by Wilsen, and one featuring the apparently immortal Eiffel 65’s Blue.

Need more? How about an enchanting new track from Tomsize covering ‘Stressed out’ by Twenty One Pilots. How about a snack from San Holo on Dr. Dre’s beautiful creation ‘The next episode’? The internets are ablaze, our friends, and this is an inferno we could get used to.

As usual, we’ve added the tracks to this blog. ENJOY!

Dr. Dre - The Next Episode (San Holo Remix)

A classic from Dr. Dre. One of the founding members of the 90’s legendary hip-hop group, N.W.A., Dre is a multi-platinum producer and known for producing music that can crash the Billboard. San Holo took it to the next level and made the compilation sound candy to the ears.

 

Eiffel 65 - Blue (KNY Factory Remix) 

 

Kids from 90’s must have danced to it. This song is a legend itself. But what KNY Factory did to it is nothing short of a miracle. He ripped the track apart and makes it more awesome. It’s groovier and funkier than before.

 

Twenty One Pilots - Stressed Out (Tomsize Remix)

 

Picking up Twenty One Pilots track to remix is a challenge in itself. Tomsize took the risk and it fared well. ‘Stressed Out’ smashed the billboard and reached #1 in just 4 days of its releasing. Same goes with Tomsize version of ‘Stressed Out’. In the span of two months the video racked up 34,988,818 views. (That’s some figure to beat).

 

Iggy Azalea - Black Widow (Delay Remix)

 

Iggy Azalea seems to have come from nowhere, going from relative obscurity to having two singles in the top two spots on the Billboard Hot 100 before most of the world even knew her name. ‘Black Widow’ featuring Rita Ora ruled the playlist of many and Delay’s version put Trap Music on the map.