10 of the best trap tracks, according to IRBIS37

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1 April 2019

We invited IRBIS37 to name ten tracks that made the history of trap music.

IRBIS37 is the new project led by the singer/songwriter Martino and the producers Lugos.lux and d.Noise. The three have been playing together in north of Milan since 2017 and last Friday they released a new EP titled Schicchere via Undamento label (Frah Quintale, Ceri, Dola).

Their work mixes trap and black music with Pino Daniele-inspired soul, creating a very mesmerizing sound.

We invited IRBIS37 to name ten tracks that made the history of trap music.

BONES – Dirt

BONES was one of the first to blend that heavy sound and creepy /metal imagery with the trap, creating a current that has changed over time (Suicideboys, Ghostemane ecc).

XXXTentacion – Look At Me!

This track (but more generally the entire “Revenge” album) marks the consolidation of a new approach.

Smokepurpp – Fingers Blue ft. Travis Scott

A detailed range of sound image choices. In this track the sound treatment is a part of the artistic process.

Young Thug – Harambe

Incredible use of voice. It’s just insane!

Meek Mill – R.I.C.O. ft. Drake

They dissed each other after this track’s release. That was one of the best Drake’s moment.

Kodak Black – Tunnel vision

Kodak Black became an all star with this single. After this song, he dropped hits only.

NAV – Call Me

The year of consecration of Metro Boomin. This breezy track is about a strange melancholy that even the artist doesn’t fully understand.

Bryson Tiller – Exchange

Bryson Tiller represents the new generation of RnB and soul music mixed with the trap. Moreover, his vocal is impeccable.

Tory Lanez – Shooters

Great style and incredible mastery of the sound.

Suicideboys – Low Key

The hip hop duo from New Orleans has helped to spread a new wave of trap in a different way that never before, combining different genres with a style wholly unique of their own.

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