Back at it again, here is volume two of our very own Trap Reviews. From Baauer & Just Blaze’s trap banger “Higher” to Carnage’s spearheading remix of “Spacemen” to Grandtheft’s remixes “Tuna Melt” and “Sweet Nothing’ with Diplo to Dillon Francis’ remix of “So Young So High” and to RL Grime’s massive trap remix of “Satisfaction” by Benny Benassi, this edition of E.B.B Reviews is loaded with EDM spliced with hip hop and bass.
Brooklyn electronic producer, Baauer, teams up with legendary hip-hop producer Just Blaze for his first true journey in electronic music. The outcome “Higher” captures Baauer’s raw bass heavy edge fused with years of hip-hop influence from Just Blaze, including a powerful introduction from Jay-Z.
In honor of A-Trak reaching 300,00 followers on Twitter, he has released Grandtheft’s remix of “Tuna Melt”. Grandtheft slows it down a little on this remix, but still brings that hip-hop and bass to this wonderful trap remix.
Rising electronic artist Carnage has proven that making trap anthems is something he was very capable of. His treatment on “Spaceman” does not disappoint.
Diplo & Grandtheft teamed up to create trap gold with this. Taking all the best parts of the original and infusing it with the trap treatment, this is one of the biggest trap songs of the year.
RL Grime‘s massive trap remix to “Satisfaction” by Benny Benassi is a trap banger that is guaranteed to be played at every festival this year.
The latest song to get Dillon Francis‘s remix treatment is Dada Life‘s “So Young So High”. He takes the overly poppy electro song and flips it into a future sounding minimalistic trap banger.
If you missed our first Trap Review, be sure to check it out right here!