Turn Down For What new TRAP music mp3

Turn Down For What?  Yep, it’s that time again. On this sixth edition of Okayfuture’s “Best New Trap Music,” as with every edition, we’ve went deep into the SoundCloud abyss, bundling together our favorite new trap joints of the week, so you don’t have to! We’ve included some of the filthiest, bassiest new trap the internet has to offer–a perfect way to get your weekend started.

To start things off, we’ve got arguably the nastiest remix of what is arguably the most annoying capitalization on twerking we’ve heard so far this summer. H-Town up and comer Ape Drums tackles Busta Rhymes‘ “Twerk It,”  somehow managing to make the track not only bareable, but even transforms it into a certified hood classic. Bump this all weekend. I know I will.

Next up, in case you missed it, Dutch heavyweight and world-class remixer Vato Gonzalez teamed up with Jaguar Skills to trap-ify Diplo and DJ Fresh’s single “Earthquake.” Retaining vague remnants of the original Diplo joint, Vato Gonzalez‘s big room dynamism and ground shaking drops turn his reworking into almost a brand new track in it’s entirety. Your younger brother might call this turn up music (and for good reason).

It should come as a surprise to nobody that this week bring us an onslaught of Magna Carta Holy Grail  remixes. With the trap remix still as on-trend as ever (when will it end?), it would be nearly impossible to sift through them all. Luckily, Britian’s 20 year old rising trap star Jelacee makes this easier for us, giving his take on “Tom Ford.” Better known as one-half of Stooki Sound, the youngblood Londoner keeps only Hov’s  mention of the designer’s name from the original track, leaving us with a drum-happy, bottom heavy trap jam so tough it’s hard to believe the person who made it couldn’t buy a beer Stateside. For our sake, thankfully he did.

Caked Up, a collaborative project between Vegas area disc jocks Oscar Wylde and Vegas Banger, have just released their new joint, “New School Twist.” Taking nods from old school hip-hop  and giving them, yes, a new school twist, these Vegas startups utilize breakbeats, classic siren-y synth stabs, and glitchy snares to create a trap sound all their own. Keep your ears open for what these guys might concoct next.

To close out this little round-up, we would like to introduce you to Kawe. Hailing from the Netherlands, the duo hasn’t quite penetrated the trap surface hard enough to render them better known internationally. Based off this brand new track, the Waka Flocka sampling “30 Stacks,” it would not be hard to see that happening soon.

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