Thursday, February 06, 2014

"Get Low When the Whistle Blow"


You may remember around Christmas that I posted DJ Snake and Lil Jon's rowdy trap anthem Turn Down For What. I get that the energy of the track is tough to top, but I never anticipated it climbing to the top of the iTunes dance chart a month later. In contrast, DJ Snake's new one with Moombahton extraordinaire Dillon Francis should definitely reach the top of the dance charts. You wanna talk about hard hitting, in your face, trap music. This one will make your speakers blush and the neighbors more than a little agitated. Songs like this are allowing me to center in on what the essence of trap music is all about. It's loud, it's heavy, it's synthesized and chalked full of energy.

Without hesitation, I'll point out that DJ Snake is steadily climbing up that list of artists that need to be paid attention to in 2014. He's one of the rising starts at Mad Decent and he's starting to make some great electronic music. If you're not feelin' the Soundcloud link below, you can stream it exclusively via Spotify prior to it's release via iTunes on February 11th. Have we gotten to a point where streaming music services are now fighting over debuting songs before they are released? If so, that's good news for us because competition wins!...#GetLow

Dillon Francis & DJ Snake- Get Low

2 comments:

Saiam Seifi March 6, 2014 at 4:04 PM  

It's twerk music, not trap.

Muhammad Bilal December 2, 2017 at 10:43 AM  

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