here are some tracks that i didnt share before, if you like them just visit my facebook page click the like button and you will be updated every couple of days about my music and you get free instrumental tracks along the way
im sorry i didnt update my blog in a long time, truth is i’ve been really busy with work and music and everything and i didnt have time to update you guys but here is whats coming for you real soon, ive made a remix of the song petrified by fort minor that is going to blow your mind, and another collaboration with shafiq olabi and a new video background and of course fresh new beats, just stay tuned and check out my YouTube account and Facebook account for download links..
a sample of Petrified Remix
a still image from the new video background
what i like more than this software, is the dude presenting the software, he’s white obviously and talkin’ black like a motherfucker i mean, damn man, its like rapping the way he talks, and the way he sais “LOAD TIME” its like saying “LOW TOM” , well, ill leave him to do his THANG, everybody has the right to speak the way they want to, but lol…NO LOW TOM BABY..
ive been in this remix mood for like the entire past two weeks, but this is the biggest remix i ever made so far, this one breaks the records of the number of instruments and sound layers and music genres mixed together
i began working on evanescence vocal A Capella about 5 days ago, i made a pretty good base for the sound, but it was still missing something, i thought i’d try to put it an electric guitar, but since i dont have one, and since i have no experience with one, i tried to do it with a vst, it sucked ass, thats when i remembered my friend shafiq olabi
i first meet with shafiq in LPtimes.com, thats a linkin park dedicated fan site, he was a contestant in a contest held in that website, which i was a part of too, he was number one in that contest, during the time of the contest i got to meet him and check out his tracks which were amazing, he’s pretty good at playing the electric guitar,and he also produces his own backing tracks so he does it all..
i communicated shafiq and i sent him a sample of the remix and he was excited about it and we started working immediately on it, the guitar bits he sent me were awesome, it completed my remix and added his stamp, so it was perfect
when i was finished with mixing my beat with his guitars, he thought about adding a guitar solo to the mix, and its the delight of the remix, its in the end of the track so listen and tell me what u think?? should we make remixes like that again??
BTW the instrumental track of this beat will be in my facebook page smokin’ beats
is a band of Tuareg musicians from the Sahara Desert region of northern Mali, formed in 1979. In the early 2000s Tinariwen started to gain a following outside Africa, first in the world music community, and then among general international audiences, thanks to frequent tours and appearances at major festivals in Europe and the USA
Tinariwen was founded by Ibrahim Ag Alhabib, who at age 4 witnessed the execution of his father (a Tuareg rebel) during a 1963 uprising inMali. As a child he saw a western film in which a cowboy played a guitar. Ag Alhabib built his own guitar out of a tin can, a stick and bicycle brake wire. He started to play old Tuareg and modern Arabic pop tunes, Ag Alhabib first lived in refugee camps and later resided with other Tuareg exiles in Libya and Algeria.
the complete story here
check out their songs..
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my friend chris B. has started a facebook page for the Smokin’ Beats, it already has some exclusive stuff for you
and i know im not a world famous musician, but that doesnt mean that i could not present quality for you guys so feel free to check the page out every once in a while we’ll keep it full of cool music and artwork and anything cool we come across while we do that..
here’s a never heard before track, just 10 or 20 people of the entire world population heard it before, so here u go…
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when i first took a listen to the linkin park / medal of honor trailer, i was a little hasty with my comments, i called it the worst single they ever made, because i thought that it was the complete version of the song, but it wasn’t, i was just listening to the album version and it is awesome
you can download it for a better sound quality