Highly noted for his ‘Mercy’ remix, SALVA could put some fiery bass into Eminem’s ‘Rap God’ no doubt. Who knows what greatness could come out of his proper usage of pipe flutes and snare heavy synth leads.
Currently killing the trap game with releases off of known homes to trap music, Dim Mak and Mad Decent, Grandtheft can surely be deemed a perfect candidate to rework Eminem’s ‘Rap God’. The Canadian recently edited Madeon’s ‘Technicolor’, which was a pleasant surprise for a trap mix of the song and did so with flying colors. A remix to a closer, more familiar genre to trap- could surely be just as great.
What So Not
Hailing from down under, duo - Harley & Emoh of What So Not, make some of the most versatile trap music in the scene which mark them perfect applicants for a remix of ‘Rap God’. They could surely bring out some crazy unique synths and brass to Eminem’s already berserk track.
Super new and recent to the trap game from the UK is Yogi, a dude who we may not know much about but who has already released a bass bomb of trap for a remix of Zedd’s ‘Stay The Night’. A trap remix might be the last thing you’d want to hear for that song but Yogi tricked and turned it out to make it absolutely phenomenal, only making one wonder what he could do to Eminem’s ‘Rap God’.
Mayhem is known for his stellar trap re-works of rap/hip-hop hits so why not mix up this hot Eminem track? It’s practically calling for some heavy 808s and snares much like his Rich Homie Quan edit.
5 Trap Producers Who Need To Remix Eminem’s ‘Rap God’
December 2, 2013 - 06:33 PM
Here are five trap producers who has what it takes to take on the ‘Rap God’ (aka Slim Shady aka Eminem) and turn him into a Trap God. His chart-topping studio effort Marshall Mathers LP 2 is available on iTunes.->