Originally Posted by Cupocity303
If this is the next big thing, then it too will get mainstream-ized, as more Hip-Hop artists starts using it.
Also, as a white male hanging out at white establishments, clubs, parties where people are mostly white - I can say that they're more likely to stick to Dubstep.
This "trap" seems like an alternative for a minority club/party. I don't imagine this playing at some white ravers club.
That can't happen since this genre CAME from mainstream rap music. It's taken from a mainstream sound that rappers have been using for the past 5-6 years.
Originally Posted by K-Nan
This thread needs a late pass lol.. Trap music has been the "standard sound" for a while now, so much so that its played out. Even Yeezy on it.
And also, dubstep mimicked other forms of house music like drum'n'bass, not really trap.
Never said trap came from dubstep.