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Trap and Bass Essentials Vol.4 featuring What So Not, Grandtheft & Coka Cobra
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Trap and Bass Essentials Vol.4 featuring What So Not, Grandtheft & Coka Cobra

Home Uncategorized Trap and Bass Essentials Vol.4 featuring What So Not, Grandtheft & Coka Cobra

Continuing to shine a light on a few of the very brightest trap and bass artists absolutely killing the game right now, We Rave You is excited to reveal the fourth edition of our Trap and Bass Essentials featuring What So Not, Grandtheft, and Coka Cobra.

This month has been a stellar one in the trap and bass music scene. Not only has festival mode been activated around the world, but artists globally have been absolutely killing the game in the best way possible with a series of hard-hitting releases to get all those trap and bass enthusiasts right to the dancefloor. Easily a few names which come to mind who are continuing to revolutionize the music industry, What So Not, Grandtheft, and Coka Cobra are making their own waves individually and we are excited to present the fourth edition of our Trap and Bass Essentials to highlight their most recent releases and let us tell you they are truly iconic.

What So Not – “As One”

A stargazing single ahead of his legendary set at this year’s Shambhala Music Festival, What So Not is a name we will never forget. He has proven once again that his ever-evolving production style is shining bright with the release of “As One” featuring Herizen. A pure form of experimentation at its finest alongside stunning soundscapes and breathtaking percussions, the subtle amount of bass flows flawlessly alongside the soothing vocal melodies. Easily a highlight of the year, this track is definitely a favorite to many and will be rinsed across the globe to get all those fans vibing until the sunrise. Naturally shifting levels into an enticing melody infused with soft chords and uplifting instrumentals, this forward-thinking single is definitely one for the books and we are definitely excited for his upcoming Anomaly” album release. Keep your eyes and ears on What So Not as he continues to push his distinctive sound forward and change the music industry one soulful, yet eclectic beat at a time.

Grandtheft  – “Clocks”

A true legend in the trap and bass scene. Toronto-based Grandtheft has created a community of like-minded music lovers which spans several genres including hip-hop, trap, bass, house, and more. If you have a playlist of hard-hitting bangers including his iconic remixes of Calvin Harris’s “Summer” with Diplo or his emotive, yet breathtaking collaboration with Delaney Jane on “Easy Go,” there is a high chance Grandtheft produced numerous singles in your playlist and there is no stopping this genre-defying producer from continuing to take over the globe. Taking a spin on hip-hop and trap influences, his latest single “Clocks” features Flosstradamus, Kgnogarnett, and Dom Vallie. As part of his “Wild Ways” album release on Fools Gold,  incorporating classic vocals with a flow one cannot contain, Grandtheft drops all the heat to bring out those moves you never knew you had. A new banger to bounce and vibe out when you are cruising with your best friends, Grandtheft has worked his magic yet again and we cannot wait for more to come.

Coka Cobra – “Come Around”

When one thinks of energizing, yet forward-thinking house music Vancouver-based producer Coka Cobra immediately comes to mind. Making waves and breaking down barriers comes naturally to this talented artist and recently made his debut on FUXWITHIT as he explores the realms of trap music with “Come Around.” Trap music? Coka Cobra? Yes, you read that right and we are all here for it. Starting off with an uplifting melody and Ragga-inspired vocals, Coka Cobra slows down time with this one as an addictive, yet slow-tempo signature takes over to keep all those trap enthusiasts satisfied during the festival season. Shifting levels flawlessly with a filthy, yet wonky frequency that only brings listeners even deeper into Coka Cobra’s world of pure experimentation and enhanced sound design, this rising producer is only getting warmed up for 2022. Stay tuned for more announcements from Coka Cobra here.

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