Migos - Look At My Dab (T-Mass & DJ Whoo Kid Remix) [New Song]

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T-Mass & DJ Whoo Kid share a crowd favorite from the Turn Up Godz tour.

If you’ve been to any of Waka Flocka’s dates during the Turn Up Godz tour, you’ve probably heard a particularly lit remix of the Migos song “Look At My Dab.” Now courtesy of DJ Whoo Kid and San Fransisco producer T-Mass, who is celebrating 100 million remix streams by releasing the track, everyone can get a taste of the madness the song inspires.

The song forgoes verses in favor of a traditional EDM cycle of building into drops, and they do not disappoint. Synths rip across massive bass hits as Migos’ lyrics tell the listener to dab. If you’re feeling this one you’re in luck; DJ Whoo Kid has an EDM crossover album in the works that will incorporate some of his frequent collaborators from the hip hop side of things.

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Look At My Dab (T-Mass & DJ Whoo Kid Remix)

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T-Mass & DJ Whoo Kid share a crowd favorite from the Turn Up Godz tour.


If you’ve been to any of Waka Flocka’s dates during the Turn Up Godz tour, you’ve probably heard a particularly lit remix of the Migos song “Look At My Dab.” Now courtesy of DJ Whoo Kid and San Fransisco producer T-Mass, who is celebrating 100 million remix streams by releasing the track, everyone can get a taste of the madness the song inspires.

The song forgoes verses in favor of a traditional EDM cycle of building into drops, and they do not disappoint. Synths rip across massive bass hits as Migos’ lyrics tell the listener to dab. If you’re feeling this one you’re in luck; DJ Whoo Kid has an EDM crossover album in the works that will incorporate some of his frequent collaborators from the hip hop side of things.

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