We're halfway there to the weekend, and to get us all in the right mood, here's our top ten trap tunes we think you should check out immediately.
1) BASTWIST x CLRFL - "BUMBACLOT"
This filthy free download comes courtesty of BASTWIST and CLRFL, and it's the ideal way to kick off this chart. Rhythmically sharp and with disjointed, whirring sirens, "BUMBACLOT" is unmissable.
2) sadoo - "Show You"
An electronic/trap hybrid that also marks the debut release from fledgling producer sadoo, this single is brooding and rich in texture. With an expressive yet grimey feel, "Show You" is a sign of great things to come.
3) TallWhite - "Kill Em" (Original Mix)
Surging and pumped up from the get-go, this one from TallWhite is the ideal hype tune for your weekend playlist. Driving vocal snatches and big, booming bass give it substance and flair.
4) Audigy - "Guest List" (Audigy VIP)
With the original released through Panda Funk, Audigy is back with a suitably hench VIP reworking of his "Guest List." Even more gritty than its predecessor, this edit is out as a free download.
5) UZ - "Bad Gurlz" ft. OG Maco
With his "Layers" LP on the horizon, UZ has dropped another single from it this week. Featuring Atlanta rapper OG Maco, this one is full of low-slung hip hop influences.
6) MAKK - "Flamethrower"
This one is a super intense listen, and again, up for copping as a freebie. "Flamethrower" builds and builds with menacing control, and keeps you on the edge of your seat with its brittle riff sequences.
7) Jhin - "Get Em"
Jhin channels plenty of dubstep and bass influences with "Get Em," and there is a thunderous theme throughout. With cascading melodies and rolling bass surges, this will leave you wanting more.
8) DJ Snake, Bipolar Sunshine - "Middle" (NICKYP Future Trap Bootleg)
Nicky P is an artist who is growing in popularity right now, and it's not hard to see why. Having taken on the summery "Middle," he makes it his own with deft, unique bassline touches and swift switches in style.
9) TULE - "Everybody"
Another free download, this one has enjoyed remarkable reactions to it so far. Reeling us in with its pitched vocals and anthemic builds, "Everybody" has that festival feel that will keep it relevant all summer.
10) Bonnie x Clyde - "Bass Jam" (MAKK Remix)
It's another entry for MAKK this week, and rightly deserved. His edit of "Bass Jam" captures a deep, emotive vibe and focuses on a soft energy that is packed with dynamic zing, particularly on the drops. Fantastic work.