Posted by BIGLIFE on May 28, 2015
Cleveland has been on the map lately with the Eastern Conference Championship under their belt, and this new release by DJ E-V is nothing but short of a Cleveland anthem to listen to. A super banging kick along with the trap elements that make you throw your elbows up. Oh yeah, lets not forget the fire vocal that makes you want to have this on repeat. Make sure you grab the download above and support DJ E-V!
Posted by VMan on May 20, 2015
Nothing like a smack in the face with some hard trap music, and that’s what you get from Apashe & That Trickaz with their latest “Trap Requiem,” a trap anthem in all it’s glory, with hints of classical music for epic proportions. To be honest, I can’t keep up with all these trap producers, they go hard, but it’s the tracks like these that stand out to me, can’t wait for festival season! This is a must listen and a must download!
Posted by VMan on May 19, 2015
Start off your Memorial Day celebrations early with a big record by DJ Felli Fel and his new production/dj group The Americanos (Lex Larson & Louie Rubio). “BlackOut” is fully original and features Juicy J, Lil Jon & Tyga. Turn Up Responsibly!
Posted by VMan on May 15, 2015
22 days ago, fire was unleashed by the Herobust camp when he released a tight remix of ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ by Herobust. This week, he decided to throw some wood into the fire and release an original titled ‘Skurt Reynolds’. This track incorporates multiple styles including future bass, but there is a heavy presence of trap that we all know and love by Herobust.
Free Download: Herobust – Skurt Reynolds
Posted by BIGLIFE on May 15, 2015
Jayceeoh and B-Sides are a dynamic duo. Slanging a host of catchy remixes that are absolutely crushing the Hypem charts (no surprise there) they’re back to take on current “it girl” Alison Wonderland’s “Run” single off her “Run” album that released in March. It’s safe to say we’ll be jamming this remix all weekend long.
Posted by VMan on May 12, 2015
Its going up on a Tuesday with XVII’s latest original track titled “Anax”. This heavy Future Trap influenced song is beyond electrifying. The beginning starts by captivating your attention with heavy ambient build ups and out of no where you are hit with a lions roar and a drop that will melt your brain. I can only imagine what this is going to sound like at the festivals this summer. You can stream and even grab a free download here. Enjoy!
Posted by GMONEY on April 28, 2015
Any time a track from my childhood gets the remix treatment, my very first listen through the remix is typically skeptical, as the expectations are sky high. When Chicago-native, Dani Deahl, and LA-based producer, Jason Edward, released their remix of Dre and Snoop’s 1999 classic from The Chronic on 4/20, you can bet that my expectations for the remix were through the roof, and I’m happy to say that Deahl and Edward delivered. On the remix, Deahl and Edward leave the iconic introduction to “The Next Episode” untouched, before infusing the rest of the track with a hard-hitting festival trap feel. Deahl and Edward slowly build the track before unleashing a flurry of fat, blaring horns and ripe vocal samples layered over a pounding bass line. Deahl and Edward are giving out this remix as a little 4/20 gift, so be sure to download to track here.