Dancing Astronaut‘s number 1 track of November just got trap-sized. If it’s big-room house with enough echoing synth to fill the Rungrado May Day, we can expect Carnage to blitz the beat with sweeping builds, 808s that sing, and a drum pattern so hood you can’t help but say, “Damn son, where’d ya find this?” Spearheading the festival trap movement, Carnage has received support from Tiesto, Hardwell, A-Trak, and Diplo with reworks of “Spaceman” and “Epic.” It was only a matter of time before Showtek and Justin Prime’s “SHOW US WHAT YOU GOT WHEN THE MOTHER F*&KING BEAT DROPS” breakdown was revamped. Alongside the Questlove-cut Victor Niglio, the “Cannonball” festival trap remix packs enough afro-punch to level Afrojack himself. Add this to your Trapper Keeper, bro.
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