Tuesday, April 07, 2015

"Don't Throw Fists, Throw Parties"

Another day, another crazy Trap/Hip Hop collaboration. This time Dillon Francis and DJ Snake hooked up with the Hip Hop duo who wake up hype and never stop being hype at any point during the day. You've probably been living under a rock if you haven't heard of Rae Sremmurd, but as a quick recap, you might want to check out No Type and No Flex Zone. Those two tracks are what got them on the map, but they continue to incite crowds every single place they go, including Highly Questionable.

In a nutshell, these guys are like what you'd picture Lil Jon at the age of 19. Knowing that, it's easy to understand why their energy fits so well with Trap music. Good call by DJ Snake and Dillon Francis for seeking out the duo for the remix because they are on a short list of Hip Hop acts that are capable of matching the energy of beat. If you're in need of something hype of the weekend playlist, feel free and head on over to iTunes to cop this on Dillon's newly released version of Money Sucks, Friends Rule...#SremmLife


Unknown February 14, 2016 at 10:39 PM  

That’s an informative post. Thanks a ton for sharing it here. Well dear, I have also been looking for some party theme inspirations for our first anniversary. I want an indoor party at some domestic event space NYC so please share theme ideas accordingly!!

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