Trap is the most recent subgenre of dance music to emerge as divisive and controversial. While some people just don’t get it, we have to admit its grown on us. Keys n Krates’ remix of “Clique” has all the trappings of success. The trio twerk all over this remix with vocal stutters, a snare drum laced build, and syncopated percussion. Keys n Krates are giving the track away for free. Head here to redeem your copy.
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