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Weekly Top 10 Trap Chart - May 24, 2017 - Magnetic Magazine
We're back with another powerful round-up of trap delights.

It's been another non-stop week of excellent trap releases, and as always, we're here to present our favorites in this special chart for you. 

1) 666 - "Festival Trap Machine"

Landing just in time for the festival season is the relentlessly savage trap/bass cut from 666. A suspense-filled blend of screeches and whirring rhythms, "Festival Trap Machine" is likely to get a lot of plays in the next few months. 

2) FUTURE - "MASK OFF" [BLVCKNYELLOW HARD FLIP]

Aimed squarely for a dark corner of the dance floor, this fresh edit of the hugely popular Future cut is big, bold and a solid mix of vocals and instrumentation.

3) Kyeda - "Offset" 

Seeped in hip hop influences, this hybrid tune really gets you in the feels with its haunting use of piano and epic builds. If you're looking for something truly unique to get your ears around, look no further than this one. 

4) Oski & Hydraulix - "Lose It" (feat. Macntaj)

Oski presents another cut from his forthcoming Kid Calamity EP this week, and this is a thrilling collaboration with fellow Aussie Hydraulix, featuring the raw tones of rapper Macntaj. 

5) Boombox Cartel - "Jefe" (MAKK Remix)

Another week, another fantastic addition from MAKK. This one is another free download bootleg, and he takes "Jefe" to staggering new heights with signature explosive bass drops and riotous riffs. 

6) Trip Law - "Substance"

A metallic-edged blend of murky bass and razor sharp trap 808s, "Substance" is an eclectic addition to this week's chart, but one that deserves a listen all the same. 

7) G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha - "Me Myself & I" (Lux Holm & Rivo Remix)

Already proving wildly popular, this collab remix is instantly infectious. Creating further depth and texture with punchy drums, an electronic melody and rattling snares, this edit has us hooked. 

8) Lucchii X Tha Boogie Bandit - "Up In This B*tch"

Designed as a dancefloor weapon, this dubstep/trap collision of styles really goes off. With a stuttering bassline and aggressively charging riff sequences, we hope to hear this get played when we are out and about soon. 

9) BARENHVRD - "The One" ft. LVNKY

Another incredibly strong listen, "The One" is up for grabs as a free download this week. LVNKY's tones sit brilliantly against BARENHVRD's tight production, and it has a distinctive, anthemic quality. 

10) Sleepless - "Owned" 

Our final choice is also a free download, and "Owned" is a bubbling, cleverly building cut that has an old-school rave feel to it. Turn it up loud and enjoy! 

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