…plus a few from earlier this year.
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New Beat: “Always Be Together”
I’m really happy with this beat. It is a softer, piano driver track with a female voice on the hook and a little synth to.
Check it out and let me know what you think!
Feedback is appreciated!
I’ll post up some new music tonight…
…for the first time in years. Stay tuned!
I wish my studio was laid out like this.
I’d have my PC screen, speakers, keyboard and mouse in front of me.
Keyboard to the left.
MPD to the right.
This might have to make it onto my to-do list…
My favorite track off of the Marshall Mathers LP 2.
It feels like closure.
Omnisphere. The Power Syn-OHMYGODTHATSHITSOUNDSFUCKINGAMAZING.
I’ve decided to invest in my music career with this monster of a VST. Does anyone else out there use it?
Rest in piece to Big Proof, you was a beast, you lyrically mirrored me
Molded my flow off of you, your spirit’s flowing through me
I’m feeling pretty optimistic right now about all facets of life.
My fiancées visa to reside here in the UK should be granted within the next week. We can then start planning for our wedding.
I’m starting up a new blog to support rappers, singers and music producers. It is called “Supporting Hip Hop” and will be available soon.
I also have a few new business ideas to bring to the table in 2014.
And, finally…we’re 2 months from Christmas!!
You know, most people called rap stupid when it started, and it was one of the most innovative music forms of its time.
I don’t think I would change really anything about rap. Rap don’t have no limits to it, and I like it like that.
I pay attention to lyrics and I know what rap fans care about. I try to write for the average listener and I’m conscious of the mainstream without selling out.
Some of the hip-hop stuff people get into is exciting, because there’s a passion and there’s something to explain to a more mainstream audience, so you get these passionate writers who want to express their love for rap and hip-hop, which is cool.
I originally wanted to embrace the imagery and forthrightness of rap music. There are some interesting, dynamic voices in rap. But I find most of it irresponsible in its overt violence and commercialization of anger. As artists, we believe we can will action through language. If that’s the case, we have to take responsibility for what we say.