The Best Dubstep Music of 2011

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The year 2011 was a great year for dubstep music. Many new artists emerged and the genre continued to grow in popularity. Here are some of the best dubstep tracks of 2011.


The following is a list of the best dubstep music of 2011. This list includes only the most popular and well-known dubstep songs of 2011. If you are looking for a complete list of all the dubstep music of 2011, you can find it here.

1. “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” by Skrillex
2. “Reptile” by Skrillex
3. “First of the Year (Equinox)” by Skrillex
4. “Cinema” by Skrillex
5. “San Diego” by Vaski
6. “Get Free” by Major Lazer ft. Amber Coffman
7. “Bangarang” by Skrillex
8. “Ruffneck (Flex)” by Skrillex
9. “Rude Boy (Skream Remix)” by Jack Beats ft. John B
10. “Promises (Nero Remix)” by Nero

Best Dubstep Songs of 2011

The best dubstep music of 2011 was a great year for the genre. Many artists emerged and released some truly amazing tracks. Below are what I believe to be the best dubstep songs of 2011.

Skrillex – ‘Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites’

Of all the songs that got mainstream attention, this was the one that did it best. It’s a dirty, noisy track with a corrupting influence, and that’s what people loved about it. This is also the song that introduced a lot of people to dubstep who had never heard it before.

Flux Pavilion – ‘Bass Cannon’

Flux Pavilion – ‘Bass Cannon’

If there’s one thing that can be said about 2011, it’s that it was a great year for dubstep. With the genre exploding in popularity, there were a plethora of great tracks released throughout the year.

One of the stand out tracks from 2011 was Flux Pavilion’s ‘Bass Cannon’. The track is an absolute bass filled monster, with a huge drop that is guaranteed to get the crowd moving. ‘Bass Cannon’ is the perfect track to get any party started, and is without doubt one of the best dubstep tunes of 2011.

Nero – ‘Promises’

Nero is a British electronic music trio composed of members Daniel Stephens, Joseph Ray and Alana Watson. They are best known for their 2011 album Welcome Reality and the single “Promises”, which peaked at number 17 on the UK Singles Chart.

Nero’s dubstep song “Promises” was released as a single in the United Kingdom on 5 September 2011. The song reached number 17 on the UK Singles Chart, making it Nero’s highest-charting single to date.

Chase & Status – ‘No Problem’

Chase & Status are one of the most successful British drum and bass duos, and their song “No Problem” is a perfect example of why. The tune is built around a simple but effective bassline, with some nice melody added on top. The result is a song that’s both catchy and incredibly danceable.

Knife Party – ‘Internet Friends’

If you haven’t heard of Knife Party yet, you’re about to. The duo – which is made up of Pendulum’s Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen – have been making waves in the dubstep world with their singles “Internet Friends” and “Antidote.” And while they may be newcomers to the scene, they’re already being hailed as the genre’s next big thing.

“Internet Friends” is a bass-heavy banger that will get your head nodding and your feet moving. It’s one of those rare songs that’s equally suited for a club setting or a bedroom party. The lyrics are catchy and playfully naughty, with references to chat rooms and cybersex. And if you can’t get enough of the song, there’s also an animated video featuring some very NSFW characters.

If you’re looking for a dubstep song that’s guaranteed to get everyone on the dance floor, “Internet Friends” is it.


In conclusion, the best dubstep music of 2011 was a great year for the genre. There were many great artists and tracks that came out, and it was hard to narrow it down to just ten. However, these ten tracks represent the best of what the genre had to offer in 2011.

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