Trap music fans have to be excited about this one.
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In a dream collaboration of sorts, future bass/trap heavy-hitters KRANE and MYRNE have linked up for "Monarch" on Dim Mak, a booming single as big as their caps-locked names would suggest. This one has all the accoutrements of a trap favorite: screeching drop synths, crunchy brass stabs, and a resounding low end that has proved to be a cornerstone of both artists' deservedly blossoming careers.
What sets "Monarch," apart, though, is its variety. Many artists in modern bass music will produce one drop, then either copy and paste the second drop or opt to render it in double time, often manifesting a vibe too frenetic for its own good. Instead of using that hackneyed technique, KRANE and MYRNE employ a trap arrangement that will satiate their fans before closing out "Monarch" with a beautifully produced future bass drop. Moreover, it was made in a BPM of 128, giving DJs a great option to mix in live with house music and keep the audience on their toes.