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All Trap Music Volume 2 Track List Is Massive

All Trap Music are the UK based brand that helped bring trap music to where it is right now. In less than 18 months they had over 270,000 subscribers, over 29 million views and have held multiple events worldwide. Their debut compilation release, back in March, went on to become the world’s biggest selling trap album ever and the follow up is coming even bigger and bolder, with 33 innovative tracks and some of the best artists around.

Trap music started from a bunch of damaged Roland 808s in Atlanta and the dirty South has now taken it across the world to many a festival stage. Trap blurs the boundaries between hip-hop and EDM in a way that no other genre has accomplished, uniting fans. 2013 was a huge year for trap music, with multiple smash hit singles and hype crowds of over 100,000 people. These days no single is complete without a trap remix and showcasing the best in the business All Trap Music Volume 2 will not disappoint. Pick up your copy on November 17th.

Check out the hot track listing below.

Disk One:

1: Major Lazer - Jah No Partial (Yellow Claw & Yung Felix Remix)
2: Figure - The Brown Note
3: A-Trak Feat. Juicy J, Jim Jones, Flatbush Zombies & El-P - Piss Test
(Flosstradamus Remix)
4: Diplo Feat. Nicky Da B - Express Yourself (Gent & Jawns Remix)
5: Disclosure Feat. Eliza Doolittle - You & Me (Baauer Remix)
6: UZ - Trap Shit V13
7: ELOQ - Level 60
8: Massappeals - BAWS
9: Buku - Bootyclapasaurus
10: Charlie Traplin x Sentinel – Money
11: Jelacee – Roswell
12: JiKay & MNKN - Thug Love
13: Massappeals - I Do
14: JiKay & MNKN - Pop It
15: Luminox - Tantrum
16: Mark Knight feat. Sway - Alright (Damn Kids Remix)

Disk Two:

1: Stooki Sound & Mr Carmack - Uppers
2: Jamie Lidell - What A Shame (RL Grime & Salva Remix)
3: Flosstradamus & DJ Sliink - Test Me (UZ Remix)
4: Jackal - Shakedown (LOUDPVCK Remix)
5: Keys N Krates - Dum Dee Dum
6: Flosstradamus & DJ Sliink - Crowd Ctrl 2.0
7: gLAdiator x Stooki Sound - Scared Now
8: MNKN - A.I.W.I.B
9: The Mighty Cream x Dukez Up - Battle Axe
10: Flux Pavilion Feat. Childish Gambino - Do or Die (Flosstradamus Remix)
11: Carnage - Bang!
12: Amplify Dot Feat. Busta Rhymes - I'm Good (Hucci Remix)
13: Stooki Sound & Muramasa – RVRE
14: Lindsay Lowend - GT40
15: Templa - Fracture
16: Friction & Skream Feat. Scrufizzer, P Money and Riko Dan – Kingpin (Rockwell Remix)
17: RL Grime – Shells

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