Pharoahe Monch – “Simon Says (Brillz & ETC!ETC! Trap Bootleg)”

MONCH2 Pharoahe Monch   Simon Says (Brillz & ETC!ETC! Trap Bootleg) The way the EDM community is taking to trap, you might think that it was some entirely new sound, and not a variation of the 808-banging tracks that the likes of Rick Ross and Waka Flocka rhyme over on the regular. Imagine someone like Lex Luger making his beats while rolling on E, flexing sounds out for sweaty masses of bodies – that’s the trap sound you’ll likely hear in the clubs. Making this bootleg even odder is the fact that there’s already been a “trap” remix to “Simon Says,” but for the DJs looking for new beats to slay dancefloors with, this one might edge out Filthy Disco’s rendition. Slicing the Godzilla jack into a funky (albeit repetitive) workout, Brillz and ETC!ETC really freak this one out, taking just what they need and leaving the rest up to the 808. Pair this with the recently-released “Bueller” and it looks like the burgeoning Trap scene has a couple of funky torchbearers.

DOWNLOAD Pharoahe Monch – “Simon Says (Brillz & ETC!ETC! Trap Bootleg)”

  • http://mostlyjunkfood.com marc

    khal & complex is a beautiful thing

    salute!

  • Khal

    hah thank you, good sir

  • free

    i wanted to hate it but I admit I’m feeling it.

  • http://www.pigeonsandplanes.com Jon Tanners

    @Free – exactly. As a Monch purist, my mind is saying no…but my body…my bodyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

    So, in closing, I don’t see nothing wrong with a little Trap n’ Monch.

  • http://rockthedub.com khal

    @Jon LOL. Trap can be good if it’s done a bit outside of the norm. The problem with a LOT of the Trap producers is they don’t draw from their influences – they’re just making 808 beats.

  • tyler

    Thanks for the mediafire upload! You’re one of the few blogs to save us from facebook!