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Jan 18, 2015 | 5:33 PM EST
File Info
3.3 MB
3 min 39 sec
0 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 0 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
400 Plays | 10 Downloads
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Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Modern

Author Comments

14n will admit when he becomes fascinated with a subject out of morbid curiosity. The one known as Riff Raff is no exception. After hearing about this guy for a solid month, 14n cracked and finally listened to some of his stuff. Well, just think of this as the response after hearing him butcher the Italian language in the song "Dolce and Gabbana" and the overly simple "Tip Toeing in My JAWDINS".



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really liked the track, personally I thought the snare could be a little louder, regardless very good track

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BurntOutOnlineMedia responds:

Funny you bring that up, in the original track I found the snare to be distracting so I pulled it back. Go figure right? XD


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's rather repetitive. Especially the Skrillex *Euwgh* sound. Also, I don't believe this is hip hop. That being said I wouldn't consider it a bad song or anything. Just needs some more variety. From what I see here you seem to be inspired by dubstep type stuff. So, I'd recommend putting in more than just one sound effect repeating over and over again. Listen to Skrillex's work. I'm not a big fan of his stuff myself; but if you listen to his stuff you can hear multiple sound effects being used in the same song for the purpose of his own variety and it seems to work for the most part.

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BurntOutOnlineMedia responds:

The sound I was attempting to create is known as Glitchop. More of a recent style coming through. So technically it does fall into the Hiphop category but since the genres listed on the site are limited to the more known things, that's all I could really label it. Along the lines of Glitchop it is spot on, but I understand the confusion of mistaking it for Dubstep. You're not the first to get the two mixed up. But thank you for your contribution.