In the past five years, there have been a growing number of dubstep and rap collaborations. Many of them are remixes, with rappers' lyrics placed on top of dubstep beats. And others have been songs with original lyrics recorded directly on top of dubstep tracks. Unfortunately, most of what is out there in both cases is wack.
Thankfully, Pigeons & Planes put together a list of 10 Dubstep/Rap Collaborations That Don't Suck to give us proper examples of when dubstep and rap get it right. Click the link below to check out their selections.
[via Pigeons & Planes]