Classic Dubstep/Trap Remixes of Hip Hop from the 2000’s

It was a time of dubstep — and later trap — when anything seemed possible and everyone was a DJ.

I recently purchased a Macbook and uploaded all my Mp3 files from the past decade or so. There was a lot of dubstep and trap from approximately 2005 to 2015, especially remixes of popular hip hop tracks. I downloaded most of them for free but did pay for a few songs.

Dubstep and trap lends itself well to remixes of hip hop and rap. This is because it originates from a similar style of music production, whereas progressive house is more like disco.

Be sure to check out the track list below and support the proceeding artists.

* 1 In for the Kill (Skrillex Remix) by La Roux
* 2 Low (Caspa Remix) by Ludacris
* 3 The Way I Are (TroyBoi Trap Remix) by Timbaland ft Keri Hilson
* 4 Internet Connection (Flux Pavilion Remix) by M.I.A.
* 5 Heavy (Remix) by Chase & Status vs. Dizzee Rascal
* 6 Backstreet Freestyle (Truth Remix) by Kendrick Lamar
* 7 Peso (Vaski Remix) by A$AP Rocky
* 8 A Millie (Excision & Datsik Remix) by Lil Wayne
* 9 Freek N’ You (TOKiMONSTA Remix) by Jodeci
* 10 Needed Me (W&W Remix) by Rihanna
* 11 Stargazing by Tinashe
* 12 Animal by Yelawolf ft Fefe Dobson
* 13 Can a N-word Hit It by 100s
* 14 Put It Down by Brandy ft Chris Brown
* 15 Thinking About You (SBTRKT Remix) by Frank Ocean
* 16 Motivation (Diplo Remix) by Kelly Rowland ft Lil Wayne
* 17 Hypnotize You (Nero Remix) by N.E.R.D. & Daft Punk
* 18 Heatwave (Doorly Remix) by Wiley
* 19 Suit & Tie (Dillon Francis Remix) by Justin Timberlake ft Jay-Z
* 20 Look at Mexico Now (Mashup) by Wickit the Instigator – ft Busta Rhymes
* 21 Day n Night (Rusko Remix) by Kid Cudi vs Crookers
* 22 Birthday (DJ Sliink Remix) by 2 Chainz ft Kanye West
* 23 Some Type of Way (Mayhem Remix) by Rich Homie Quan
* 24 Club Paradise (RL Grime Screw) by Drake

Amendment, 6/17/2017: Check out my related article for DJ TechTools Does Drake Hate My DJ Mixes??? in which customer service at SoundCloud tells me the wrong thing and I make a big deal about it. Be sure to support Mixcloud for DJ mixes and follow me using the link above.

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Elizabeth de Moya has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley. She has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). Check out the new women's street fashion and music blog for people that love EDM and music festivals: sluttyravercostumes.com!

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