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Rebel Yell(Alabama Theme Song)

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Uploaded
Jun 6, 2009 | 7:13 PM EDT
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3.7 MB
4 min 2 sec
Score
3.98 / 5.00

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Rated 3.98 / 5 stars
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4,046 Plays | 146 Downloads
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Modern
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Author Comments

It still needs work and this is also my first attempt at a "club/dance" type track. Trust me, even I know there's flaws to it.

Instrumental produced by: Rapitflybeats.net
Recorded in: The Torture Chamber (Reading, PA)

Let me know what y'all think beyond it's good or it's horrible. If I'm going to get used to writing the type of music I despise (yes, everyone needs to step out of their box from time to time) then I'll need to know what to fix LOL.

Stay up,
Nimbus The General

Reviews


PoniiboiPoniiboi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Montgomery, Alabama. Half a star cuz I'll never get tired of livin pretty. LOL



BabyGamerBabyGamer

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Epic

Y'know fam, theres a difference between commercial rappers making pathetic attempts at breaking into mainstream media, and sick motherfuckers who make the shit look easy without even bothering. The embodiment of hip hop, Your gunna go far my man, far. Your music is what hiphop USED to be before "new skool" wannabes moved on the industry with all their lollipop rap. Fuck them. Tune was near enough perfect. Just agree with what you said before to someone else, re-record because the chorus wasnt hype enough for the energy of the song, other then that, flawless my man. Keep your head up.
-Peace

Once you re-record it, a 10 is coming your way, for show fam.


NimbusTheGeneral responds:

Definitely appreciated fam. I've been off the scene for too long going through personal issues, however I'm back now and soon to post up new tracks. I'll definitely let you know when new shit is posted. Real hip-hop never dies.

Stay up fam,

Nimbus The General


lordtenolordteno

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nAw this fo Mississippi Our flag be the rebel war

I dont like it but its true


NimbusTheGeneral responds:

Not rebel war, rebel yell. It's a southern anthem (not for a flag, although Alabama has the 13 stars and bars), and being from Alabama I represent that state specifically. So, in essence, it's for all southern people.

Appreciate the review fam.

Stay up,

Nimbus The General


blitztheheroblitzthehero

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Catchy and flowing...Word

I'm not from the south, technically. Can I still give a Rebel Yell?


NimbusTheGeneral responds:

"If you representin' ya city come with me, basically if you tired of livin' gritty lemmie hear your Rebel Yell"

Anyone fam! It's more a southern anthem/club track, but the "Rebel Yell" theme is supposed to be for anyone in any city.

Stay up,

Nimbus The General


KajenxKajenx

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Actually, I like it!

I don't know much about rap, so I don't know how well I can critique you, but this sounds pretty pro to me. The only thing I'd say is that in some places your enunciation doesn't match the intensity of the synths so it feels like it mushes a bit (the spot I noticed this the most was the "If you're from the south let me hear your rebel yell" part). I think it stuck out the most there because the rest of the song was so well done, though.

Could also just be a preference thing, though. To me rap lyrics should have all the smack and nuance of a full drumset.


NimbusTheGeneral responds:

I know exactly what you mean fam. This actually is going to be re-recorded because the chorus didn't sound "hype" enough for the energy of the track. Actually, the whole track didn't sound hype enough. But I'm definitely aware of the flaws in the track and will fix that my next studio session. Appreciated!

Stay up,

Nimbus The General