I firmly believe this is the best release The Palmer Squares have had thus far. The video provides a great visual of the message they are trying to convey with the song. While the quality of the audio is not the best, the substance and depth of the lyrics and the beat along with the continuous bass line allow the listen to have no complaints. Everything about the song and video go well together.
Every Earl Sweatshirt single has not disappointed yet. Especially with the dark visuals that compliment the dark beats and rhymes. This the features of Vince Staples and Casey Veggies, this song is a great song to get me even more hyped for Doris.
Earl Sweatshirt featuring Vince Staples & Casey Veggies – Hive
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Director: Hiro Murai
Producer: Jason Colon
EP: Danielle Hinde
DP: Larkin Seiple
Editor: Isaac Hagy
© 2013 Tan Cressida, Inc., under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
Felly has been upping his game lately. I’ve always been a fan, but this song is fucking nice. Check it out everybody.
Posted: July 9, 2013 in Albums, Beatmaking Videos, Beats/Instrumentals, Producer Spotlight
Tags: beat, beats, dialectic, free, hip, hiphop, hop, paradigms, puchlines, rappers, tape
I would like to thank you for even taking the time out to listen to this LP, it means a lot. This Instrumental LP consists of 14 tracks that I have been working on for the past year. I put a lot of work into these beats, and I hope everybody enjoys it. For any inquiries, all beats are free for download and can be used non-exclusively meaning you can use them for non-profit use, just let me know which ones you use. If you plan on using them for profit e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can work on the prices for exclusives. Also for any type of alteration of the beat. If you enjoy my work please share it, that would mean a great deal to me. For all the people that actually give a shit, thank you.
Visuals for one of my favorite songs off of Mac’s newest album, produced by Chuck Inglish and features ScHoolboy Q, makings for greatness.
This is the coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. Open Mike Eagle always dropping great songs.
“The good folks over at Beats, Frames, and Life invited Alwayz Prolific and I to perform one of the new getdowns in a 24 hour Laundromat
originally posted at: http://beatsframesandlife.com/2013/05…
Shot & Edited By: Giovanni Solis
Produced By: Produced By: Ashley Blakeney
Track produced by Taco Neck”