Any innovative Trap-Producers?
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Any innovative Trap-Producers?

Hey Guys,

I like Trap Hip Hop beats, but I must say every Beat sounds the same, because of the non existing dynamic (in chase no live instrunets) and the same sound/ progressions. Thats the sound, and I DONT hate. But lets be honest, its not Prog Rock or Jazz

But are their any really creative and innovative Trap Producer (would be awesome, if you can post a link of your favorite beat via youtube)? And I dont call Mike Will Made it an Young Chop innovative.
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Just check soundclick
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1. Soundclick is no producer. Not my question.
2. If you check Soundclick for Trap, you will find 10000 Lex Lugers clones and 100 Young chop clones.
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Check SoundCloud
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There s a soundcloud profile called real trap that posts all sort of indie trap, it s in my "following"
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First off mike will is inovative. And go on youtube and check for KFXKicks Productions. His beats are unique and bang.

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I like what some of the house producers are doing with trap. House/techno synth leads, typical trap drum patterns, big build ups and drops, and the BPM is slower more towards 63-64 rather that your traditional 70. Guys like skillex, aoki, afrojack, Baauer, RL Grime, Flosstradamus, even Flux Pavillion. Check the allthattrap and runthatrap YouTube pages
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I do a lot of beats that are probably considered Trap Beats.
I do try to use the best realistic Brass, Piano, and Orchestral arrangements because I think that's missing in a lot of trap music. And I do NOT use "producer kits" because I think those particular sounds were designed for 1 or 2 beats and not MY beats.

I don't know if my music is any more innovative than the rest, but I do know that I don't spend time trying to copy the rest.
My SoundClick link is in my signature where I keep most of my better tracks.
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Its not the producers, producers make all kinds of shit. Its what people identify what "Trap" music is. Certain instruments certain sounds and certain feel and who the person portrays. You wouldnt believe a trap beat if it was from kanye would you? And if it was who would accept the true feel of a trap beat from kanye?
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Sorry guys, my fault!! I chose the wrong words, because when I think about Trap, Hip Hop South Beats like Lex Luger, Jahil, Shawty Redd, etc. come to my mind.

But thats wrong, I guess!? Was Trap invented as a Electro Dancefloor music in Europe? I meant innovative new Dirty South Producers.. I thought that was Trap. Sorry to all of you!
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Mixing trap with electronic stuff and dub step style sounds is definitely an American phenomenon from what I've seen and I'm not talking about crossover stuff...I mean dirty south innovation is definitely electro oriented these days...For example these dudes on soundcloud I was talking about are american and post mostly stuff from american producers.
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Its not the producers, producers make all kinds of shit. Its what people identify what "Trap" music is. Certain instruments certain sounds and certain feel and who the person portrays. You wouldnt believe a trap beat if it was from kanye would you? And if it was who would accept the true feel of a trap beat from kanye?
A few of the beats on Cruel Summer were trap-inspired/sounding
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It's a trap
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Sorry guys, my fault!! I chose the wrong words, because when I think about Trap, Hip Hop South Beats like Lex Luger, Jahil, Shawty Redd, etc. come to my mind.

But thats wrong, I guess!? Was Trap invented as a Electro Dancefloor music in Europe? I meant innovative new Dirty South Producers.. I thought that was Trap. Sorry to all of you!
Trap was invented in the southern part of the states. The name trap comes from the dope dealers and hustlers who listened to that music while putting in work.
But if u dig deep there are some innovative one. Check out Dj Toomp

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Billionaire Boyscout was dope to me, he does trap but used a lot of interesting synths and sounds. Honorable C Note is another, dude is super underrated and his trap beats have so much energy its crazy.
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Google Image: Real Trap Shit
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not sure if this belongs here, more eclectic type shh but nice and related i guess...

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not sure if this belongs here, more eclectic type shh but nice and related i guess...

Birdy Nam Nam is a dj crew just like Beatjunkies or X-ecutioners but they make more electronic music today.

This a real dope track.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FrvHInwwgw
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Birdy Nam Nam is a dj crew just like Beatjunkies or X-ecutioners but they make more electronic music today.

This a real dope track.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FrvHInwwgw
thanks, so far i like most of their stuff except for the four on the floor tracks.
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Shawty Redd, DJ Toomp, Drumma Boy...all innovative.
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I been feeling this:

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I think I like these hip hop style (not oldschool) more than trap. I love trap too but there is something about these hip hop that catches my attention.

Anyway, I think being innovate means that you must develope your own snyth sound that are hard to copy.





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