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Originally Posted by 2501
No, Trap came from "TRAP" music. Mostly southern rap stuff like Young Jeezy, Ross, Gucci Mane. The genre was created to mimic the same drum patterns and sounds such as the 808 subs, claps, snare rolls but with a electronic music twist.
The thing with dubstep is that it's gone so mainstream, it's become watered down. It's almost a joke now. I mean, Justin Beiber's new album is full of dubstep based beats. A lot of artists which started out as dubstep producers are now incorporating more and more trap in their sets.
mY FRIEND who is a dj read this and agreed. she also was talking about post-dub step.
and gave me some examples.
she also said there are some bad trap remixes floating out there these days.