What a year it has been for trap superstar Herobust. Over the course of the last 12 months, Herobust has destroyed festival stages, completed a full co-headlining tour with fellow bass monster Protohype and released a highly revered EP on Mad Decent entitled I'm Aloud. Boasting some of the most original sounds of 2016 so far, tracks such as “Skurt Reynolds”, “Dirty Work”, and “Smother Shit” turned Herobust's new style of choppy metallic bass into a staple of filthy sets all over the world. The EP came as an extremely refreshing project in an age where Bass Music seems to mesh together in a sea of similarity. It was clear after the first few bars of the opening song that this EP was not going to sound like anything we had heard from Herobust, or anyone else in the trap community so far.
While the majority of the tracks off of the project were largely on the grimier side of EDM, one track off the album showed Herobust's ability to producer a different sound with the stems he used on the album. The melodic black sheep of the album is entited “Weigh Home” and is a chilled out uplifting trap anthem that could bring together any crowd into a frenzy of emotion and love. The hip-hop influence that is so prevalent in Herboust's music shines through on this track as well, and creates for a masterpiece that ties together the project as a whole. Take a listen below and keep up with Herobust this summer as he hits some of the biggest festivals in the world!