Came Up

After debuting this “Trapsterpiece” at Grant Park in Chicago for Lollapalooza, Flosstradamus is here to present the more refined version of what they blasted at fans last August.


The newest trap anthem from Flosstradamus is here and this time it features Post Malone. After mashing up Jack U’s “Where Are You Now” with Post Malone’s “White Iverson”, the dynamic duo put a new and exciting twist on the original release. It isn’t much of a surprise that these two artists have collaborated on this new release, “Came Up“. The video also features Graves, a Hawaiian producer who has been recently tearing up the decks with What So Not. The duo’s featured video brings the vibe and style that Flosstradamus consistently pushes for within their brand. They always are releasing new tracks that allow them to retain the unofficial title of “hype masters” of the trap community.

Through the ever-increasing size of the crowd in their family photos, it’s clear to see how big Flosstradamus has become since I first saw them at EDC Las Vegas in 2014. As the newest addition to the HDYNation Family, Post Malone brings the lead in, and highlights the song well. This music video shows the hype behind the performance at Lollapalooza and features an appearance by Chance the Rapper.Came Up” is living out its name so far with over 2 million steams and airplay with the combined help of Beats 1 and Triple J. This is going to be a fire track that you can check out live in a city near you on ‘The HDYNation Tour‘. The tour also features a back to back headlining event at The Shrine with Dillon Francis titled IDGAFOS HDYFEST 3UNION. The collaboration, known as “Dillstradamus” added a third date at The Shrine for the increased demand in tickets.

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Mason has been attending concerts since he was 14, originally pop punk and alternative rock. In 2010 he attended his first electronic show, Identity Music Festival featuring: Datsik, Kaskade, Steve Aoki, Rusko and The Crystal Method. That show led him to realizing his desire to work in the industry. After his first interview with Adventure Club in 2013, Mason has gone on to interview many more. Some of his favorite artists are: Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, Adventure Club, Porter Robinson, Major Lazer, Skrillex and Nero.

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