14 Hip Hop Trap Music Remixes & Originals Worth Listening To: Flosstradamus, Jay-Z, Waka Flocka Flame, Kennedy Jones, Dotcom, Flatbush Zombies + more

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For all of you hip-hop heads out there that also love running the trap, RTT’s got you covered with a brand new feature showcasing the freshest hip-hop tracks and rap-influenced electronic records available on the blogosphere. As the lines between hip-hop and electronic music continue to blur, we’re here to make sure you don’t miss a beat and can stay “trappin all damn night!” (shout out to Migos). In today’s edition Kennedy Jones takes on a Juicy J classic, Jay-Z takes shots at Drizzy, and Girl Talk emerges from a three-year hiatus to collaborate with the notorious Waka Flocka Flame. You also don’t want to miss high-octane remixes of heaters such as “Gas Pedal,” “Type Of Way,” and Flosstradamus’ “Moshpit.” Peep all the tracks below and stay trappin’ all week long.

 

Still Hustlin (Kennedy Jones Remix) – Juicy J (feat. Project Pat) 

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Gas Pedal (VESTIGE Remix) 

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Moshpit (HxV Remix) – Flosstradamus

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We Made it (Remix) – Jay-Z & Jay Electronica

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Type of Way (Dotcom Remix) – Rich Homie Quan

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Don’t Do Drugs Kids – Flatbush ZOMBiES

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Chain Hang Low (BEARSOHMY Booty Remix) – Jibbs

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Sippin’ on Some Sizzurp (8tm Remix) – Three 6 Mafia

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Drop Top (Feat. Travis Porter) – Flosstradamus

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Collard Greens (Jeftuz Remix) – Schoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar

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Battle Royale VIP (feat. Panther) – Apashe

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Move that Dope (C. Justice Bootleg) – Future

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Child’s Play (feat. Chance the Rapper) – SZA

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Tolerated (feat. Waka Flocka Flame & Freeway) – Girl Talk

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14 Hip Hop Trap Music Remixes & Originals Worth Listening To: Flosstradamus, Jay-Z, Waka Flocka Flame, Kennedy Jones, Dotcom, Flatbush Zombies + more

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