Back on November 17, 2014, RL Grime released his VOID LP. The album came complete with tracks like "Core" and "Scylla," which have become recognizable anthems of not only RL Grime, but the trap world as a whole, garnering widespread support from the genre's biggest names. It also contained big name collaborations with the likes of hip-hop star Big Sean, up and coming producer Djemba Djemba and singer-songwriter How To Dress Well. The album, which was received with rave reviews, landed RL Grime at the #1 spot of the dance/electronic chart on iTunes, where you can download the album via WeDidIt Records.

Now, RL Grime has released VOID: The Remixes. It contains reworkings from a variety of established names and new faces to the scene. Jersey Club leader DJ Sliink brings his signature bouncy style to "Scylla," while Salva brings a slow and heavy head-nodding remix of "Kingpin." OWSLA newcomer Wuki also shines on his trapped out remix of "Kingpin." Known for his "future rave" style, Infuze puts his personal touch on "Core," while King Henry goes to future bass route with his remix of "Scylla." Another one of the release's highlights is the slowed, spacey rework of "Reminder" by Michigan-based producer Jonah Baseball. These are just a sample of the remixes featured on the 10-track release.

VOID: The Remixes marks an all around solid release and one of the best full releases of 2015 thus far, one that highlights rising talent and gives fans more reasons to raise those trap arms. Purchase the album now on iTunes via WeDidIt.