Definition of dubstep
: a type of electronic dance music having prominent bass lines and syncopated drum patterns
Recent Examples of dubstep from the Web
For instance, Good Girlsuccessor, Rated R (2009) -- a potpourri of genres in itself -- features production from dubstep producers such as London’s Chase & Status.
Dim the lights, blast the dubstep, and throw on some Aisha Tyler interviews in the background—
Allen, who created a mobile recording studio in a tour bus, is responsible for an expanding library of original song templates, spanning a half dozen genres including rap, country, reggae, and dubstep.
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