Classic Songs, Tunes, Tracks & Mixes
Description : Fellow looper TRE24 also known as T2 offered this chill hip-hop beat for collaboration purposes. Somehow it grabbed my attention although I've never been involved in anything hip hop based and so I decided to do my take on this one with probably totaly un-hip-hopish approach by smuggling in some quite classic orlandesque material...but it was quite fun making it...All my thanks to T2...:)
Description : Just wanted to post this in memory of my friend. haven't been able to get over tha fact you passed away and i didn't know, all the time i sent you messages and didn't know you were never gone to respond. thanks for a classic sound T.G.aka soundhound, rest easy my friend. larry
Description : I made the beat from a sample...It has that slow pop kinda feel to it. The flow is slow and smooth...I think this is one of the classic joints...Enjoy.
Description : The strong personality of music comes from the work of used samples, electronic elements, hip-hop and percussion. My technique is to reproduce classic African rhythms in a contemporary way, through the work heavy drum, synths, and melodic sound, with beat consists of hip-hop, footwork, and drum and bass. Those tracks are from different projects that I have been working on for a while. Enjoy
Description : Dark with some sitar tones. DnB for the classic lover
Description : Remix of an old classic!
Description : So i did Listen to Dr Dre^s classic album from 1992, the chronic
Description : This is my first ever hard house tune. I sampled a few classic hard house tunes for the bass and a hat loop. For the lead I tripled layered using nexus2 and put a load of filters on. If you have any questions just ask. It's free so download and play it loud.
Description : King.Beats Classic haha
Description : This is my debut single Apex off of my upcoming mixtape "A.R.T" which will be released on Thursday March 30th. This song is a classic hip hop trap with that New York feel. Produced by yours truly (Cellbeatz). Please comment and share. #Cellbeatzproductions soundcloud.com/cell24
Description : This is a song from my first collab album i ever made. Excause the master sound quality. But the track itself is a nice one!
Description : Another Mj instrumental classic song of the eighties. Originally produced by Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton.
Description : After feeling very disappointed ´cause of the undanceable new Depeche Mode record I had to do this classic SYNTH-SMASHER... By now it´s just raw - a demo. I´ll write the lyrics tonight.
Description : Classic music with some modern elements.
Description : A fresh UK spin on a classic EPMD beat. My debut solo track! Artwork also by me.
Description : Old Song I found on my Hardrive, Classic Hip Hop Beat. If you use please send me a link so I can listen.x
Description : classic 90's influenced beat, pls let me know what you think
Description : Track I made a while ago with vocals from Steklo (great vocalist :D). First track that I've decided to upload here, please be nice :). Let me know what you thinkt of it. I'm really trying to improve so any form of commentary is welcome! I know the vocals are repetitive but I wanted to try that classic pop form of music, so I needed the length for the verses.
Description : Slow Jam, Classic The sample is from an artist from Looperman named Resputin I went ahead and touched it a little bit and came up with a lil sump, sump!!!
Description : Classic Hip Hop
Description : Vocal pop/something ;) bassy electro meets more classic ... sassy self-deprecation meets empowerment with subtle jokes ... girly but dark vocals I did use some Looperman sounds this time and I will go comment on the accounts that are still active. :) I keep thorough notes, etc., haha. I've had sounds from here for a long time, even worked on this song for a long time, haha, and a couple accounts/producers have maybe vanished. :\
Description : My thoughts for a Halloween track this year was to work up some foreboding Drone music with a little Delta Blues slide guitar mixed in. My inspiration being the classic story of Robert Johnson and his infamous deal with the Devil. In Clarksdale, Mississippi in 1930, Robert Johnson supposedly made a deal with the devil at the crossroads where US highway 49 crosses US highway 61. Johnson had been playing down in Yazoo City and was on his way back up to Helena. He had hitched a ride that dropped him off next to the levee. It was a cool October night and a full moon glowed in the dark sky. He continued walking up the highway, guitar in his hand. As he approached the crossroads he was thinking about his friend Son House preaching to him about giving up his guitar playing. He really wasn't a good player and most people would joke and mock him when he was on stage. He hated it and was thinking he would give anything to be as good, no, better than his friend Son House. It was at that moment he noticed a figure in black standing there at the crossroads. As he approached him, a deep voice issued "Let me see that guitar boy"! He then took his guitar from him, tuned it and upon returning it asked if he would trade his soul to become a famous Bluesman. He agreed and the rest is history. Johnson's ability was seemingly transformed overnight to the amazement of everyone who knew him and he went on to become a Mississippi Blues legend. However, his fame was short lived. A mere eight years later the Devil returned to make good on the deal. So this Halloween, be careful what you wish for, especially if your at the crossroads.
Description : It's a classic vibe Produced by Big Fee