Fresh off Herobust's incredible I'm Aloud EP, which had the Atlanta trap star creating a unique fusion of trap and dubstep, he returns with a huge hour long mix. Airing on Diplo's radio show Diplo & Friends, Herobust is granted a heartfelt intro from Diplo himself just before he opens the mix by stating listeners can expect to hear brand new songs from artists ranging from Getter and Ghastly to NGHTMRE and LOUDPVCK.
The mix has Herobust performing at his best, while also managing to fill the mix package with huge new songs perfect for todays festivities. Listen below and make sure to follow along with the tracklist! Enjoy.
Herobust – Diplo & Friends Mix
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Herobust has been releasing hit after hit and he's showing absolutely no signs of slowing down. We last featured his twerk-inciting trap banger "Booty Be Like" and "Dirty Work" shortly before that. Now with the support of Diplo's label Mad Decent, Atlanta producer Herobust releases his new I'm Aloud EP.
Loaded with previously heard bangers like the hilariously punny "Skurt Reynolds" and "Bottle Swervice" the Atlanta trap star keeps his southern roots thriving. With all vocals being delivered by Herobust himself, the producer lays down classic anthemic lines fit for the latest Atlanta rap hit.
Staying in line with his fusion of trap and dubstep you'll hear nowhere else, the album is a nonstop bass party best played at very high volumes. Though Herobust throws in a surprise with the last track on the EP called "Weigh Home." Switching up the sound, he throws in a bit of a lighter, smoother track to close out the project. Steam and download I"m Aloud below. Enjoy.
Herobust – I'm Aloud EP | Purchase
Atlanta's heRobust has been has been on a roll as of late, showing us his ability to transcend genres while remaining true to his own style and lane. In October he brought us the premiere of “Smother Shit”, a boundary pushing trap tune featuring wild sound design and impressive production through out. He then kept the stream of new tracks coming, following up with another equally massive trap/dubstep hybrid “Dirty Work” released earlier this month. Both tracks coming as free downloads!
Now we receive another new one from heRobust as he shifts gears and takes things mid tempo for a twerked out new tune via Mad Decent, appropriately titled “Booty Be Like.” The song features the impressive sound design and creative arrangement we’ve come to expect from heRobust as he combines wonky top end synths with aggressive trap elements and booming bass, switching things up consistently throughout, keeping the song interesting from beginning to end. Listen to it below and enjoy a free download!
Herobust – Booty Be Like | Free Download
Bass innovator Herobust has barely let the buzz settle from his recent "Smother Shit" heater and chimes back with the dubiously grimy original "Dirty Work".
Listed as a homage to female bassheads from across the world, this creation sounds as if it was brood deep in the depths of an 808 kitchen and features a killer collection of thumping kicks, full bodied drops, screeching synths, and optimal hype chants.
Mad Decent has released this on their imprint with a free download, so we strongly suggest grabbing a copy ASAP and keep on the look out for Herobust's "Aloud EP" dropping Januarty 2016. Enjoy
Herobust – Dirty work | Free Download
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