Calvin Harris – Suge Knight

Before the beat was handed to Dillon Francis and eventually turned into "Here 2 China" for Calvin Harris' latest album 18 Months, the original instrumental was titled "Suge Knight," and now Harris shares it with fans. The trap track, referencing to the former Death Row Records CEO, is one to definitely get listeners up and moving, with its bouncy hard-hitting melody. You can stream both the demo version of "Suge Knight" and finished product "Here 2 China," which features Dillon Francis and Dizzee Rascal down below. 18 Months is available for purchase now and you can grab your copy by clicking here.

By Richard Brooks / Electronic / November 5, 2012 / 3798 Views
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  • magga

    This isn't trap, it's just a hip hop beat.

  • URANTIA2

    im still not sure what "trap" music is (besides a dope t.i. album). i thought it was southern hip-hop "electro house-ified" (not counting 'moombahton trap'). regardless that 'suge knight' track is a great way to shake off a case of the mondays

  • http://twitter.com/mhecht18 Morgan Hecht

    These tracks are great- I'm also loving his Sweet Nothing song with Florence

  • dj unk

    this dudes a bitch
    denied a collab with gaga "didnt think she was good" and CHOSE NOT TO FUCK RIHANNA
    wtf bitch nigga

  • Alex

    Calvin's album 18 Months is incredible. Smash hit after smash hit. So many notable features on the album as well.
    http://smarturl.it/sweetnothingvideo