Trap music has been around the block. Since its rise and explosion in the South during the early-to-mid 2000s, the bass-heavy, leaned-out sound has traversed the four corners, throwing around its influence across communities worldwide, spawning twerking workshops at the Y and rampant Auto-Tune abuse. Whether it’s a hi-hat firing at 140 BPM on the morning train ride, or distorted trunk-rattling bass on the block; trap has taken hold in a big way. So much so in fact, that it has heavily dictated the production standard in much of today’s rap music.
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