Dubstep gets a bad rap from a lot of people. Probably because it got so popular so quickly. All of a sudden you couldn't turn a corner without hearing someone talk about the latest dubstep mixtape they picked up or whatever. Then just as the genre began to define itself, it actually started to bleed together with other electronic music. Artists would use a dubstep-lite beat and suddenly draw ire from fans and opponents of the genre. DJ's throw dubstep songs in their playlists just because it's a dope song, and there's a backlash from one group of fans or another. I wasn't even fully aware of what the genre itself encompassed until recently. I was listening to some random track and my roommate came home and heard me listening to it. He acted as if he'd caught me looking at torture porn or something...
"Ugh, you seriously like DUBSTEP? That shit is so wack, man."
"I don't know... is this dubstep? Hm... I guess I do like it because this song is fresh as hell."
Maybe I just have a different viewpoint because I've always enjoyed so many different varieties of music. I'm not one to dismiss an entire genre from the outset just because it's popular to rag on it. Especially when it is somewhat new and the definition is still rather nebulous. But on the other hand, fans of the genre tend to be extremely zealous and protective if someone says "meh, [musician] is better than this". Too often I've seen forum threads spiral into pissing matches over OMG MY FAVORITE ARTIST IS BETTER THAN URS, and that always drives me nuts. Love it or hate it, just try to be reasonable of what other people like.
All that said, I really like this song.