It changes all the time. Fruity Loops takes me back to those times of being young and enjoying music and having loads of ideas, whereas Logic is more pro now. I’m a bot, bleep , bloop. So, what was your decision to start rapping informed by? Do not post links from music promotion channels on Youtube or Soundcloud unless the artist specifically chose to premiere the track on the channel. I never really cared for the classical side of music
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I wanna do it all and take my artistry to the next level.
Trap sounds like grime but with more basic drum patterns, I guess. Fruity Loops takes me back to those times of being young and enjoying music and having loads of ideas, whereas Logic is more pro now. This is to allow for the entirety of the community to be involved in the conversation.
No excessive self-promo, spam, or asking for feedback. How did growing up in London inform your style? The Tipping Point But even when you do stuff like putting music onto USBs, is that you paying homage to that past feeling of exclusivity?
It took me two years to learn how to find a new pattern. Don’t repost tunes that have been posted 2 times already. Log in or sign up in seconds.
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I thought Fruity Loops was amazing, man. I grew up around people who listened to miyske but the first genre I fell in love with was UKG, back in primary school. Don’t post your own work outside of the weekly self-promotion threads. I used to get kicked out of music classes for being a pest [laughs].
Being a product of that environment is more the case, I think. Shout out Lex Luger, though, because he fucking deserves it.
Piracy free zone, support the artists. I’m a bot, bleepbloop. Music is losing that aspect and people end up making the same old shit, rather than bringing new ideas to the table. If you follow any of the above links, please respect the rules of reddit and don’t vote in the other threads.
The only exception is if the artist personally comments with a link to the download. I was never really into, like, Jay-Z or Nas, so I always gravitated to stuff that sounds like what we do here.
The more you think about things, the more it limits your creativity and ideas. Skilliam from Butterz went to my school and he was DJing on pirate radio.
Muyake is a place to share and discuss experimental beat music from all genres and eras. A worthy introduction, it opened the scene up to his innate ability to fuse grime, Southern hip-hop and UK garage to craft cinematic soundscapes befitting any and every mood—be it an anthem for the turn-up, or seeking solace on the night bus. Do support and encourage. Do follow the format Artist – Track Name year, label, 5000 [brief remark] Don’t sensationalize and advertise in titles. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
How many times do you turn on a beat and get taken on an adventure, with every synth, hi-hat and break serving as a chapter throughout the story of sound? I was always gonna do this but there was a time where I just really wanted to be a DJ for the past couple years and Fazw went for it—touring the world and playing music for people.