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Is Trap Music Dying?

Is Trap Music Dying?

Update: 2022-01-25
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Trap music peaked from 2014-2018 as we received classic rap albums such as DS2 by Future, Astroworld by Travis Scott, Culture by Migos & more. In this new episode we spoke about the decline of trap music in the 2020s and the weaknesses that a lot of trap albums share. With the strong commercial performance of Gunna’s DS4EVER and other modern trap albums, the sub-genre is not dying in terms of popularity but perhaps in terms of quality. In your opinion, is trap music dying?



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Is Trap Music Dying?

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