Listen to selections from this list on our Spotify playlist and Apple Music playlist. The marching, Honorable C. The song marks college players as victims of institutional suppression of opportunity, implicating the system as exploitative of the primarily black stars who earn billions in revenue for others.
2 Chainz: “NCAA”
Run the Trap’s Top 50 Trap Songs of the Decade
G enre is dead; all hail the new masters of global, category-defying hits from artists old and new. Rendered in minimalist, twanging piano chords and tightly-wound vocals, it swings from breathy devastation to high notes of carefully controlled keening. It also marks her return after nearly three years of absence from music, foreshadowing a new openness in work to come.
Bad Bunny: “Caro”
We started Run the Trap in the summer of with the intention of bringing trap and other emerging bass genres to the forefront of the music world. So without further ado, check out our best trap songs of the decade below. Let us know which tracks we might have missed in the comments section. Jay Z. The bird-sampled record introduced a level of humor and creativity into the genre that we had never heard before and served as a gold standard for how trap could sound in the BPM range. It dominated the DJ circuit for years, arriving at a time when both Flosstradamus and TroyBoi were really finding their strides in the music scene. From the awesome vocals to the wonky trap drop, everything about this star-studded collaboration screams trap classic.
Trap is the perfect crossover between EDM and hip-hop. The genre has evolved into its own entity, combining the likes of dance music, rattling drums, pipe flutes, gangsta synth leads and hip-hop samples. The thrill is in the intense, bass-rattling, make-you-want-to-rip-your-hair-out-and-jump-into-the-mosh-pit energy that never fails to disappoint in a live setting. Disclaimer: This is a mix of EDM and rap artists at the forefront of trap.