Trap Thursday: Flosstradamus, Dotcom, Wizard, Tomsize & Simeon

1. Flosstradamus

Roll Up

In celebration of 4/20, Floss dropped Roll Up to give us all something to toke too. The vocal sampling can only be described as masterful and meshes perfectly with the drum kits used for the build ups. This is a tune I can can definitely envision some great twerking too as Floss managed to make the beat bouncy while still maintaining that grimey trap sound. Huge song by a huge talent, this song along with 3 other bangers are featured on the Wake and Bake EP which you need to have in your possession immediately! Shoutout to the HDYBOYZ AND GIRLZ

2. Dotcom

Marble Floors 

Marble Floors is the latest hip hop trap fused remix by one of the Trap genre’s all stars Dotcom. I still have not heard one remix from this guy I haven’t deemed as epic, and Marble Floors is no different. If there is one thing about Dotcom’s production style that I have learned, it is to always wait for the second drop! Such an awesome style and truly sets him apart from his trap peers. As far as hip hop/trap remixes go, the crown is in Philly and Dotcom wears it. This is a party starter as well as a speaker killer. Great work bro!

3. Wizard

High

Cream Collective hit man Wizard came out with an original track High, and the way this tune hits will certainly have you feeling like you’re living on cloud 9. Excellent use of snares and chopped vocals makes for a mellow smoke track suitable for any hotbox sesh you find yourself in. Wizard seems to be getting better which every track he puts out and Higher definitely keeps the streak of hot tracks coming. High is cleaner than Lysol and other than a baby’s backside. Epic production quality, the bar has officially been raised again by the Wiz.

 

4.Tomsize & Simeon

Loud Strings

Right from the intro to the initial drop, Loud Strings commands your attention in all the best ways. Take special note to the ominous feel of the vocals as it really shines against the bass of the drop, which was wonderfully arranged. I’m still torn on whether the intro or the drop is what does it for me. There’s not a single thing I would change about this track. It’s A1 quality and worth a million replays! 

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