We recently looked at collaborations that we feel didn't need to happen. While many of you agree, there was some discussion about A$AP Rocky and Skrillex's "Wild 4 the Night," both internally and out there in the public. There's just something about hip-hop and dubstep acts coming together that we feel needs to be done right (meaning an actual collaboration) or not done at all. That got us thinking: which rappers do we really want to see working with dubstep artists? Which MCs could give a proper performance over that style of beat, and still keep their core fans interested? Here's our list of rappers that we actually want to hear on some dubstep.
Nov. 4–5, 2017 in Long Beach, CAExclusive drops, one-of-a-kind art, and
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A$AP Ferg · Don C · Lonzo Ball and more
Performances by N*E*R*D · Gucci Mane
Young Thug · M.I.A. · A-TRAK
DJ Khaled · Jaden Smith and more