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Dec 2, 2009 | 11:27 PM EST
File Info
Song
3.8 MB
3 min 20 sec
Score
4.45 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,481 Plays | 210 Downloads
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Olskool
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Author Comments

I think I'm getting better at sampled songs.

What do you guys think?

Reviews


RaphilioRaphilio

Rated 5 / 5 stars

dont worry if you fell like you need a chilled rap to this ill get it done if shaggy replies to me giving me permission



YutoroYutoro

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Chilled.

Yeah, i agree with Haywire. Bass needs a bit more 'Umph' If you know what i mean. I can imagine a sweet rap with this, but i can't think of one. All in all good tune!



freddyfingerfreddyfinger

Rated 5 / 5 stars

fuckin awesome

smooth, chill, and flows realllly nice. did a really good job on this!


shaggyhaired responds:

Thank a lot man!


O-voshoO-vosho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Word!

Good vibe, Enjoyed listening to it. Everything in the mix blended perfect together. I just feel good listenin to it. Take Care!


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shaggyhaired responds:

Thanks man!


LyRikLyNkLyNdLyRikLyNkLyNd

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think so..

This is grandious! I'm glad you didn't add "swag" as was suggested on another of your beats. As If swag could be added to a beat without diamonds.... This is nice, The drums once again are repetative, and the snare needs much work. The melodies flow well tho, and create this into an instant classic in my book. I enjoy the phase on the intro, Reminds me of a few bangin Olskool artists ;) I think that putting a bit more work into your drums would do your production a world of good. I understand that repetative is great fro rapping, but progression is even better because it is the grounds for skilled rapping. Again, I will probably write to this song, actually, for sure to this one because it is much easier to follow than the track with the harp (Harp kinda threw me off the beat, but was not bad at all, just didn't fit to my style.) You are definetly getting better with samples. Just remember Quality is better than quality, and an extra hour or so perfecting the drums can turn a hip-hop track from soiled to boiled.


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shaggyhaired responds:

Thanks man, could you PM me some tips on mastering drums or a site that has tips?

And yeah, I'll spend more time working on a more varied drum part.

Thanks for the review!