Flosstradamus 'Came Up' in Chicago, Document Old Days With Post Malone Video

Flosstradamus in the video for "Came Up."
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Flosstradamus in the video for "Came Up."

Flosstradamus is the undeniable leader in trap-dance dynamics. It was Floss' remix of Diplo's "Original Don" that sparked the whole movement. It is that Chicago-bred duo that takes the sound and puts it on its back, and it is Floss that Billboard Dance turned to when compiling the 21 best trap songs of all time, but it hasn't always been an easy path.

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Before the HDYNATION went worldwide, there was just Flosstradamus and a club full of dancers trying to make something happen. Floss was always too hood for the house heads and too electro for the hip-hoppers. The duo had to create their own night where trance and trap could co-mingle in beautiful peace.

The Chicago duo takes us down that path to success in its latest video, “Came Up,” featuring FKi1st and graves on production, as well as vocals from Post Malone and Key! It's a real jam, with Malone's dreamy vocals setting the story. It's been a wild ride, and it ain't over yet. Check the video below.


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