#1
Here's a funky track we did for my friend Joe. He calls himself "Swifta"

I sequenced the beat on this one, and helped with production. My friend TJ played bass and funk guitar on it. (single coil strat with a lot of wah action) Sharon Groom sang the chorus, as well as writing some of the synth parts and recording/producing the whole song.

Swifta has a sweet old school sound, and when he started rapping, all I could hear was funk and heavy bass. Luckily TJ could produce everything we thought up... that guy can play.

Check it out on Myspace:
http://www.myspace.com/swifta247

We're trying like hell to get together and record more stuff. We've got half a dozen songs in various states of production, this is the only one that is close to finished.

Oh, and to hear more of TJ - he's the bass player in this band:
http://www.myspace.com/aftermidnightproject
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#3
Thanks, glad you could appreciate it even being out of your genre. It's out of mine, as well.. I just work on it.
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#4
holy crap man! That sounded really awesome! I could see that on the radio no problem. great guitar and bass playing. I honestly see no faults with the song at all. great professional sound.
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#5
Wow, very nice! I hate new rap, but this definitely has a good old school hip hop vibe that i love. Very inspirational, and very well produced!
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#6
Nice, don't like those aliases and names.. but the music was awesome! Being out of my genre aswell.. but defo a 9/10!!

Could hear this on the radio np
#7
I like old school rap and this sounds pretty sweet. Check out mine in my profile if you want and leave me a comment.
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#8
Checking out your stuff... like what I hear.


About the aliases, well.. it is Rap music. Thats what you get.
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#10
its pretty funky. i like it.
the guy rappin sounds like melle mel. its definately got the old school vibe.

nice one
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#11
He's been compared to several different old school rappers. I can't remember the names I've heard off-hand now.

This was his first recorded song, and he's been writing/practicing constantly for months since this. I'm interested to see how his new stuff sounds when we get to record it.
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#12
Ill listen as a write.

This is **** hot! Love the guitar lines and the vocals are great too.

Whoever is rapping is really talented! He sounds like, master gee from sugarhill gang. really old skool.

10/10-no doubt!

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