What I’ve been waiting for for a long time has finally come out to make this world a better place. Years ago when Canadian duo Zeds Dead collaborated with Omar Linx, they knew what they were doing. Omar Linx is unbeatable when it comes to rapping over a Dubstep track, especially if that track has been produced by the Dubstep legends Zeds Dead. It seems as their badass tunes were made for the Toronto based rapper. Recently Zeds Dead released their newest EP ‘The Living Dead’ and what was expected, happened. Four sick tracks have been produced to complete this EP. Badass lvl: 100
Alright, now I am convinced that anything can happen in this world. Cypress Hill the Hip Hop Kings, Rusko the Dubstep legend and Mustard Pimp the Electro Gods created one of the most incredible drum and bass tracks I’ve heard. After listening to its badass original, it’s hard to imagine that someone could add so much love for it to get that much… not better, but different.
‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ seems to be a track that gets remixed a lot, even though, the first few times I heard this song, I had troubles imagining how it could be remixed. I definitely knew it wasn’t an easy song to be redone. Here are three remixes that changed my mind
Alright, I’ve been wanting to post this banger for a while now, but we’ve had some communication problems, aaaand here we go -
Ready for some hefty beats? Aggressive kicks? Immense bass lines? Well, here you have one of the heaviest dubstep tracks I’ve heard in a while. The DJ/producer comes from Gretna, Louisiana and calls himself “a producer from the swamp” but lives in San Diego, California at the moment. He only started recently, but with the quality of his tunes, I think it is safe to say that Bassgatorhas some potential in the dubstep world.
Na Palm is an interesting and not your usual/average producer. Over the years hip-hop and electronic music have been getting closer and closer to each other. Heavy beats with sick vocals can work together really well. Na Palm is the one who brings those two genres to such levels. ForceOneSeven and Soundpusher’s remix brings out even more the fact that these two genres can share their best aspects and make one perfect track.
Personally, I believe that Dubstep and hip-hop have a big future. It is as if the two genres were intentionally made for each other. Slow and filthy bass lines as a solid guide for all that spittin’ just makes me feel all cool and sh*t.