Trap Tuesday Vol. 30
After a brief hiatus, we’re back with another installment of Trap Tuesday! Who’s ready for a fire 20-track mixtape!?
That’s what I thought. You might want to put your Nikes on, because:
Simplify just released their Traplify mixtape, highlighting the best of their trap collection. Traplify features music by A. Rose. Jackson, AUBRN, Beauty Brain, D. Beam, Defunk, Demmy Sober, Doctor Werewolf, Fademan, Gorilla Zoe, Henry Strange, HeRobust, Hot Noizes, ill-Esha, Jesse Slayter, K Theory, Kairo Kingdom, Oleg K, Pand3mic, Ricky Vaught, Stephan Jacobs, The Monster, Victor Magan, and last but not least, Wency Freak.
If that incredibly long list of featured artists isn’t enough to entice you, then maybe the convenience of free play-throughs on Soundcloud, Spotify, and Youtube, and the whole mixtape for purchasable download at Beatport will!
Simplify, one of the premier trap music labels, is consistently on point with their releases and quality of music. All you have to do is go to their Soundcloud feed or Beatport page, and scroll through their list of tracks. Apparently, they’ve decided that even that is too much work for their audience to put forth. They’ve made it even easier for you to find the sickest Trap tracks they’ve released by putting out this 20-track playlist. Packed with staple artists of the Trap genre, each track on this playlist bumps just as much, if not more than, the last.
With artists ranging from HeRobust to Gorilla Zoe (whom you might remember from his ’07 single “Hood Nigga“), and with tracks ranging from Hot Noizes’ sexy, wailing saxophone utilizing “Ad-lib,” to the right-off-the-bat-banger Kairo Kingdom remix of Stephan Jacobs’ “Anywhere,” you’re sure to find something that floats your boat.
The playlist even features fresh tracks off of K Theory’s latest EP ‘Things I Like To Do,’ featuring playlist-mate Defunk. I think it would be safe to say that we can go ahead and add this playlist to the “things I like to do.”
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