Masters of music production, Banger Samples take you on a musical journey through Trap, Hip hop, and Drill. 

Inspired by the styles from Hip hop, Trap, and Drill superstars such as Morray, Post Malone, Frank Dukes, Lil Tecca, Juice WRLD, Lil Baby, Rod Waves, Youngboy, , Morray, DaBaby, Young Thug, Gunna, Quavo, NAV and ASAP Rocky.

This Pack of Trap, Drill, and Hip Hop Samples includes One Shots, Beats, and Loops, each file labeled with musical Key and Tempo information. 

About these Trap Samples:

The Percussive One Shots are perfect for loading into your favorite sampler and getting that Trap and Hip Hop instant vibe with a consistent high-quality production sound. These one-shots are expertly processed and include samples from acoustic drum kits and electronic drum machines including percussion and heaps of 808 samples. 

The Loops and beats in this pack can be arranged in multiple ways to create hit track after hit track. These Loops include Atmospheric Pads,  Vocal Chops, Chord Progressions, Dark and Heavy Synths, Dramatic Keys, Bells and Percussion, Bass Loops, Drum Beats, Hat Loops, Top Loops, and of course 808s.

Use the samples as designed or modulate and remix to create something unique. All made with love!

Sample Pack Details:

  • 15 808 bass loops;
  • 23 drum beat loops;
  • 42 melody loops;
  • 15 percussion loops;
  • 15 top loops;
  • 08 vox chop loops;
  • 15 808 one shots;
  • 25 drum one shots (claps, hats, kick, percs);
  • 100% royalty-free;
  • license to use these samples royalty free
  • all files 160.

Use these REX & WAV samples and loops in your commercial releases without having to pay any cost.

Trap Music: What Is It?

Trap is a subgenre originating from Rap and Hip Hop music. Traditionally the lyrics would be about selling and using drugs and general parts of street life. Today, you can hear Trap music in lots of modern genres, such as R&B, electronic dance music, electro-house, and dubstep.

Trap music is usually faster than Hip hop, with bass-heavy production and genre-defining hi-hat patterns, called the Triple beat. The Triplet beat is often known as the Triplet flow, or Migos flow, this rhythmic and arrangement style gives Trap its rolling, mesmerizing sound. The Triplet flow is created by playing three beats in the space ordinarily occupied by two. Setting the grid in your DAW to 16T (triplets) or 8T (triplets) would achieve this.

The foundation of Trap music includes Rapping and Synth, sampled, or plucked melodies. Driven by punchy beats, normally synthesised, or from a Roland 808 or 909, with basslines constructed from 808 Kick drums, and that Trap rolling Triplet hi-hat pattern.

History of Trap Music

The origins of Trap music lie in Southern parts of the United States starting in the 1990s. From Atlanta and Georgia.. Early trap artists include 8Ball & MJG, UGK, Master P, Ghetto Mafia, and Three 6 Mafia. It sounded like Hip Hop but used Roland TR-808 kick drums for the bass section, and triplet Hi-Hats, both remain the key elements of Trap to this day.

Trap developed further in 2000s with the influence of electronic dance music (EDM). Today, it's extremely common to hear new Trap records incorporating EDM styles and vise-versa, with both genres using drops, build-ups, and breakdown arrangements.

In 2003, the genre name "Trap" gained traction. The album Trap Muzik by rapper T.I helped coin the term.

In 2012, EDM producers like RL Grime, Baauer, and TNGHT enhanced the popularity of Trap music. They released the compilation album 'All Trap Music' in 2013 which helped bring Trap music to the mainstream. 

Since 2010, we have also seen Pop artists like Drake, Beyoncé, and Rihanna using 808 basslines and triplet Hi-hat patterns. The Trap sound is even found as far as Reggaeton and even Korean Pop or K-Pop.