From his name alone, Yung Lean sounds like a parody artist — a young, white European kid taking stabs at hip-hop ... instrumentals, but Lean’s writing left something to desire. Filled with gloomy and depressive lyrics and lethargic cloud rap beats.
You love hip hop, you just don’t know it ... He has a very personal, melodic and soulful style of music that combines the past with the future. We´re beat nerds, share the love for old records, weird sound sources, equipment, are kinda shy and sometimes.
Over a thumping instrumental ... B.I.G. Speaking with Beats 1, Remy explained why she had to salute one of her influences. “I wanted to pay homage to Kim,” she said. “I feel like she is the Madonna of the hip-hop world. Her style is iconic and.
His debut solo album and magnum opus, 2002's Deadringer, is generally acknowledged as ahead of its time for melding the drums and bass of hip-hop with the ... a continuum of instrumental music that began well before he ever mixed a beat.
Sure, lyrics provide the substance (there's no doubt about that), but it's impossible to deny the power of the right instrumental ... just as popular as the rapper who spit on the beat. Hip-hop has a long history of genre-defining beats -- records that.
Calgary, Canada – Tommy Fresh, the Canadian hip-hop and rap producer and artist, is out with his latest collection of industry quality beats and instrumental effects in his debut hip-hop instrumental album, ‘Bridge The Chaos’. The eight-track record.
so you already know hip-hop fans were tuning in. Em kicked off things off with a performance of “Walk on Water,” the Beyoncé-assisted lead single from Revival. With Skylar Grey on the piano, Em didn't miss a beat. He also performed "Stan" and "Love.
In a white gown, Grey sat and sang at a piano just behind and off to the side of Em ... dropped Nov. 10 and moved into the No.1 position on iTunes hip-hop chart later that same day and into the top 10 in “songs in every category,” as well.
Mo Beatz started his career in hip hop in the 1990s. Disillusioned with his dependence on producers for beats and instrumentals, Beatz learned to work the boards himself. Shortly after this move, independent artists and up and coming rappers and singers.
the instrumental served as the undisputable foundation of an entire movement. 3. Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)," produced by Pete Rock This may have been the first hip-hop beat that could make you cry. And not just because of.