Pound Pound Pound also known as dubstep duo: Jeremy Rhodes and Josh Wren broke into the scene with a bang earlier this year, releasing their first original track eight months ago. With over 8000 followers on Twitter and 1800 on Soundcloud, it was not a surprise that their new Jay Z, Kanye West and Big Sean bootleg spread like a virus. Rhodes and Wren are based out of West Lafayette, Indiana and collaborated with local producer FootwoRk to create their "Clique" trap remix.
As if it wasn't enough for three rap kings to release a new tune, it was Pound Pound Pound and FootwoRk's mission to take their catchy vocal hooks, clever lyrics and hip-hop beat to a whole new spectrum. The producers begin by speeding up the original, adding drum kits and claps to give off immediate trap vibes. The build-up and piercing drop reflect obvious electro-house influence, which is sure to exhilarate dance floors to the fullest extent. Respect is paid to the original track by letting Jay Z and Big Sean's hooks play out with a subsequent build-up dropping into a bass-heavy bridge. The tune builds up again into Kanye's vocals, finishing with another over-powering drop.