MEDASIN is a young up-and-comer from Dallas who knows how to make some pretty eclectic trap. “GOLD” builds with snares, violins, and mixed vocals before dropping hard with some of that brass we all pretend to be sick of. Luckily he uses it sparingly, focussing more on the synths and heavy beat. The breakdown around 1:35 is almost ambient transition to a completely different sound on the second drop. The track is quite a journey and is one of the more unique tracks I’ve heard in a while.
Y2K releases a collab cover of “What is Love” with Yung Death Ray and it is HOT. The first drop is straight baby-making music with smooth guitar chords, plenty of reverb, and just the right amount of bass. The production get more complicated on the second drop, but Y2K knows how to mix all the elements into a beautiful crescendo.
SMLE hails from Miami and recently released a smooth remix to Alicia Key’s “You Don’t Know My Name.” The wobbly, Flume-esque synths and pitched vocals should get you in the mood to dance.
Rising future-trap star Troyboi released a remix of Jack U’s “Take U There”; I wasn’t sure I liked it more than the original, but let the song progress and things get more and more interesting. Troyboi loves switching things up unexpectedly. He’s definitely one of the more unique producers out there.