Taking a step away from the “turn up” trap tendencies as of late, High Klassified lets loose “Hyrule Kastle,” a track to celebrate his recent verification on Twitter. The Fools Gold signee is fresh off a collaboration with Low Pros stars A-Trak and Lex Luger and looks to keep his hype rolling with a short and ominous trap record that may not have its day at festivals, but will rule late at night in a smokey room. A wide variety of sounds are successfully implemented into the 808-reliant “Hyrule Kastle,” all of which come together to create a haunting final product that proves the artist’s mastery of yet another subgenre within the trap culture.
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