Remember that song that took over the world about 5 years ago? The one that made everyone go, “Youuuuuuuuuuuu,” and dance like a bunch of goons? Yeah, Soulja Boy had a stranglehold on our youth for at least a year. Boston-based electronic producer Noms takes the original “Crank Dat” tune and shapes it into a modern day trap anthem. The heavy 808 drums are apparent over the catchy tropical steel drum that runs throughout the song. Take a listen and enjoy the nostalgia of 2007 with a new a modern twist.
As a bonus, here are a couple other tracks also produced by Noms, the first being a rather new Mike G collaboration and the second is a remix by EARMILK’s own Croydon off his Ouroboros Remix EP.
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