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Jun 26, 2010 | 1:35 AM EDT
File Info
Song
4.7 MB
5 min 6 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.39 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
2,599 Plays | 521 Downloads
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Olskool
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Reviews


jadum1rollin1freshjadum1rollin1fresh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this beat is as good as apple crumble pie V

and thats my favorite pie ^_^



fidgetfreakfidgetfreak

Rated 5 / 5 stars

re-entering the 36th chamber

now didumake thi, or did the rza? haha, jk. dankness all around bre, well done


GunstarGreene responds:

What can I say? Wu Tang clan ain't nothin to fuck with.


ApilotApilot

Rated 5 / 5 stars

well..

Lets just say this is my cup fo show.... im already writing to it and making it come to life on paper, this beat is like cruising through the universe with a purpose.

Dude this beat just, assaults my ears the way i want a beat to go to war on my mind.


GunstarGreene responds:

Thanks for your kind words sir.


phathamphatham

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

loving this, nice fusion man, and you do such a good job of keeping something so simple sounding so fresh for so long, good job


GunstarGreene responds:

Thanks. Glad you dig it.


DJDureagonDJDureagon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I feel the asian influence.

asian vibe is always a winner. The drum change ups are all good. The song keeps throwing new elements at you but it defenatly has an identity. The intro is a bit long but thats really just a perosnal thing. Build up is important.

Dont take this the wrong way. Somehting about hip hop in general that ive never been a fan of is scratching. And while the scratching in this song is well done to me personally ive just never understood why people like it. Anyways, Great song


GunstarGreene responds:

To me scratching is one of the only ways of bringing a 'human' element to electronic music. When everything is so structured and precise on a drum machine or sequencer - the sound starts to just get cold or sterile. I like to add something that's rough around the edges to to remind the listener that I'm doing something real-time with my own hands (I still play guitar regularly and to me music is just as much a 'feel' thing as it is a 'sound' thing). Coming from experience of playing instruments live, it's not gonna sound the same every time you play the song, and I like that aspect.

Just my personal take, and I completely respect your dislike of scratching.