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  1. Yo thanks FuQ, always love the feedback. I feel ya 100%, the more I work at my flow the more natural it will come. That was actually my second song I actually fully finished recording, not counting a few different takes and such. Just gotta get the practice in, haha but I don't think there is even a chance of blowin up like ye' ever lol. I'm just gonna keep at what I'm doing and see where it goes, who knowes with the right connections where the music could go.

  2. as a producer..i tell you..that was pretty sweet..so nice & smooth just my style..i enjoyed the sound very much...but...i would do sumthin with the snare....sumthin harder maybe...its just what i would do wit that beat..great job...im sure it wont dissapoint any real hip hop audience

    Word thanks bro! Yeah smooth chilled out beats are definitely the type of style I go for, nothin like something you can just kick back to. I hear ya on the snare, it probably could hit a little bit harder. I might layer it a little more for the final album version. I gotta check out some of your stuff Lugie-, haven't heard your beats in awhile. Good looks!

  3. Beats are nice, Bart. I like the old skool style to it, while still being able to feel the new skool era.

    The vocal was a little weak for me. Flow was off and there was no energy, you kinda sounded like you was just reading the lryics and not actually performing the song. You have to perform just as much with just a mic, as you would if it was a live audience. But, I get the feeling the production is what ya focused on, and the spittin is just a chick on the side, and the production is good, keep at it bro.

    Yeah I feel ya, thanks for feedback! I'm still working on the way I sound and flow, and I do mainly stick to the production side of things as far as my music goes. I know I need to add the energy to my voice but I think the more comfortable I get behind the mic, the more natural it will come. Still going for that chill vibe, especially with how deep my voice is. Probably will rerecord this sometime again for the final album cut. Work in progress, but i think it will turn out. Thanks again bro!

  4. Guess you didn't know that the reason he got into Digital Underground was through a 12 yr old-ish rich white girl who liked his demo, so her dad set up the meeting with 2pac and Shock G...haha just saying...and the poor pregrnant women was a reference to "Brendas Got a Baby", a song about pregnant women in the hood struggling to make it by. My point was he could relate to anyone that has struggled in their life. Plus just the fact alone that he was able to create that much music in such a short period, amazes me dude weather he intended to release it or not...its cool fresh, everyones got their own opinion. Just was stating mine.

    Back to the main topic!

  5. Chuck D is a legend and all but I'd have to say 2pac would be the main artist for hip hop...you can't deny how revolutionary his muisc was. He was able to reach and appeal to almost anyone regardless of age, race or gender. I can't name another hip hop artist that has done that.

    nah i dont think his music it was so revolutionary ..if there was no 2pac in the game it wont be a big diff in the rap right now , but without RUN DMC PE JJFP RAKIM and LL and 2/3songs and Kool Herc now that will be a big problem, "just" 2pac make the greastest combination of all in one hip hop artist :) and about "He was able to reach and appeal to almost anyone regardless of age, race or gender" that can say and for other mcs

    I disagree bro, buts its all good. I don't think everyone could relate to those artists...although they paved the way and do deserve all the respect for what they have done for hip hop. I like all of those artists. but...

    Not to make this a discussion or nothin but 2pac did change a lot for hip hop, he really has influenced soooooooo many rappers with his lyrical skill. I think if he pretty much caused a hate between the two coasts than he had a lot of impact. He helped change (as well as NWA and others) the freedom of speech for music albums, being originally banned from many stores for the cursing. He spoke against that. Pac made an impact on people being able to relate to anyone from poor pregnant single women in the hood, to white suburban culture, to millionaires athletes.

    Not to mention the amount of material he did in his 25 yr life, he still has albums dropping 10 years later....

  6. Hey hey, Im digging this track! ur new album is gonna be tha bomb!

    Thanks for the feedback bro, appreciate that a lot! I forgot to mention in the first post that its gonna be a producers album, trying to showcase all the talented emcees that I've been able to work with (FuQ lets get down on somethin fresh!). I'll have a couple tracks that I spit on though, this one included.

  7. Wanted to share a new track that's gonna be the title track off my debut solo producers album, Quality Over Quantity, droppin later this year (most likely). Let me know what you think!!

    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=7867518

    or

    www.reverbnation.com/qualitydjq

    or

    www.myspace.com/qualitydq

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