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PREMIERE: Stream 'Frap City' by Montreal's FrapBoyz and Fall in Love with the Plug

Meet Montreal's favourite trap dealers as FrapBoyz drop off the goods with their new 'Frap City' EP.

Photo By Paul Labonte

FrapBoyz believe in doing one thing and doing it well. That's why Montreal's most promising trap purveyors sound so direct and to-the-point on their debut EP, Frap City. Comprised of Young Troy and B.Cliff, the duo waste no time explaining their love for selling "Cocaine" on the EP's aggressive opening track while utilizing hallow bass and grandiose choir loops on "Money Can't Buy." Midway through the project, they change gears and Young Troy's off kilter crooning warps around a veiled sample of Disclosure's "White Noise" that gives listeners more than just "trap music."

"I'm not sure how to describe our sound other than we make music that's heavily influenced by our surroundings and where we are from," explains Young Troy. "And I feel because of that, we evolve every time we get to the studio."

Listen below.