After the start of Never Say Die: Black label her sister Consciousness The EP was in 2015 and ended the imprint chapter with his solo “Sick Head,” bass music heavyweight Trap has already built an impressive career over the past decade. Now, Trampa’s debut album has come in a fresh remake Never Say Die, and is undoubtedly the producer’s best work.
The first full length of the Trampa, No respect, filled with sounds that listen to sound familiar and recognizable from the musician, but the album expands beyond the expectations of the genre and the tracks draw influence from jungle, drum & bass, UK garage, drill, and even breakbeat.
Previously released singlesHeadache, “” Your Luv, “and the” driver “captured in the UK drill with Killa P and Vulgatron, are of course shown, and just as difficult as ever. No respectThe bangers are in the form of tracks like “Signal,” a classic jungle-infused track that may have been from London in the 1990s, but is just as effective in 2021, bringing thought and realism. ulbo. looking forward to the return of live events.
“All Night” with Nolay also felt like a throwback hit, this time in the form of a UK garage and breakbeat hybrid with plenty of bass around. Vocalist Nolay’s verses are sure to increase the audience as a stunning bass player will precede the main sections.
Trampa invites the bass legend Space Laces on the table at “Shank,” a trappy hybrid stomper that serves as the auditory of the sound festival. “Pull Up,” “Disrespect’ ”and“ Illest ”work in the same fashion, sit nicely somewhere between dubstep and trap, and boast the many resonant sounds and non -stop bass Trampa is known for. very much.
One of the most standing out (among an album full of them) is “Back 2 Me,” a roaring drum and bass that offers more classic sounds with a modern twist. rotations and warnings of general dance management once live events are back.
Throughout its ten tracks, Trampa’s No respect brings strong unbeatable and undeniable appeal that is sure to have fans sweeping the album to repeat for the foreseeable future. With its clever nod to the classic soundtrack and its introductory making, the latest Trampa skilled producer has provided an outlet to show off its true breadth, and cemented its status as one of the hardest hits in bass music.
Trampa’s No respect is out via Never Say Die and can be found on the streaming platform HERE.