I don't enjoy dubstep or techno or whatever his music is as a whole. I'm just not a very party-inclined individual, and this sort of music doesn't appeal to me. And not that I'm judging him on his physical appearance, but his Daken-esque hairstyle always looked a little weird.
Despite all that...I have to admit that I actually enjoyed his production on A$AP Rocky's "Wild for the Night". The idea of mixing hip-hop with dubstep sounded stupid to me at first, but the end result was actually...surprisingly entertaining. I thought the two genres complemented each other very well.
Does anyone even respect dubstep enough to label it a genre? I sometimes like the way its used along with lyrics/vocals. But if it is simply dubstep, the only way I listen to it is if i'm at a party or something. No way its going to be on my playlists. I kind of group dubstep in the same category as autotune. A tool used to add to an already existing product. Dubstep within a song like this is what I would consider a proper use o dubstep.