By no means do we intend to sound pretentious when we say things like this, there are certain things you, as listeners and readers are expected to know. For instance, Future’s ‘Move That Dope,’ featuring Pharrell Williams and Pusha T, is a track that has been bumped in the sets and mixes of many DJs/Producers in the game, and if you don’t know the original track, then I am running out of things to say with regard to this issue. Plainly, put yourselves in the know. Follow artists and publications that post truth and good music. I promise, it will take you into the future. And by future I mean not just the actual rapper featured in this remix. Like light years ahead of all those people who stay napping, sleeping on the most killer of tunes.
‘Move That Dope,’ though, has been heard by everyone in the world by now, or at least that is how I see it from here. The other day, someone told me they didn’t know what I meant when I said that a custom Breightling made me feel some type of way.
The moral of the story is, wake up. You are missing a lot by sleeping on talented artists. You need the newness in your life. Fresh, forward thinking dudes who make even a song as popular as this sound brand spanking new. You may be sleeping on an artist who were change your life with his music. Wake up from your trap nap and smell the roses; or hear these beats, listen to the vocals as if it were your first. And if you’re sleeping the artist known as Woolymammoth, learn something.
Us futuristic blogging robots have already followed him for like a while on social media. The real question is do you follow him on ToneDen. I do. Which is why I got a first look at this amazing remix of a rap track that was an automatic classic upon its release. Here is the release from ToneDen (the website everybody in the future is talking about), from a dude who lives in the future with the rest of us. Future, the rapper, made this track to literally embody the trap as we know it, as can be expected from its title. Woolymammoth‘s teamed up with QUIX to bring you a take on this rap hit that runs that future trap, mixing the catchy lyrics from their original form in such a way that the remix gains a futuristic flow, keeping the lyrics and classic trap sounds on the track intact. It is just the kind of manipulation that is impossible to copy because of its originality.
Welcome to the future of trap music. Where have you been all our lives?
Future – Move that Dope (Woolymammoth & QUIX Remix) | Free Download
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