G.O.O.D. Music Cypher From Bet Hip Hop Awards

What was going on with Nay-Nay wasn’t anything new to me. A better and a safer way of shopping for these rap posters is to find them online. I want my debut album to be a number one selling album. Many have called him the 2nd coming of Andre 3000.
The Coachella 2013 lineup, set times and live stream viewing info have been released for this weekend’s first installment of the annual concert series. Several big name hip-hop names will be included in the lineup from Friday through Sunday for music fans to enjoy, although not all will be a part of the free webcast.

We have to talk first regarding the basics so that the readers could have the idea what the topic is all about. Dub Turbo can be described as program or software which is designed to make your own beats. Most of the time, these beats are heard as the background track on various rap and hip hop music. It’s very affordable and one can possibly download this software online. The package of Dub Turbo includes video tutorials that teach users even newbie the way to create beats every time they want to.

SS: Listening to your music you seem to have a theme or a message in most of your songs. Why do you think it’s important to speak on certain topics when you rhyme?

Another popular group, Jurassic 5 from the west coast, will also appear at this year’s show. The group had been a throwback to old school hip hop in terms of their beats and the way they threw rhymes back and forth among their group members. They had smash hits with “Quality Control” and “W.O.E. is Me (World of Entertainment),” as well as the popular song, “What’s Golden.” Jurassic broke up in 2007, making this particular reunion an exciting one for longtime fans.

I have tried programs like FL Studio, Reason, and Cubase and as someone who doesn’t have a whole lot of music experience, I found making beats very manageable with Sonic Producer. They set it up in a way that just makes sense to beginners, and they get rid of the dense technical controls that noone ever uses. To top it off, they make saving to mp3 easy as clicking a button. This was important to me because I like to burn the beats I make to CDs to listen to with my friends.

“Lose My Mind” is the first single from Young Jeezy’s senior record Thug Motivation 103. The album as of now has no release date but one will be coming shortly. This song is kind of simple and won’t be liked by everyone. I don’t really like the collaboration because Young Jeezy is one artist that doesn’t need to collab with anyone to sound good. Leave feedback and tell me what you guys think about this new hip hop song in 2010.

Even so, legal troubles have arisen in excess of the violation of intellectual property rights by the hip-hop artists who do sampled tracks. But there is fundamental law that governs how the artwork of sampling should be done and the extent to which borrowed lyrics can be integrated in a track. Normally prior authorization has to be obtained ahead of sampling a track. Producers have mostly been blamed for abusing the artwork of sampling especially when they purely lay new drums about loops that have been previously employed, blend, then release as a brand new track.

What was going on with Nay-Nay wasn’t anything new to me. A better and a safer way of shopping for these rap posters is to find them online. I want my debut album to be a number one selling album. Many have called him the 2nd coming of Andre 3000.
The Coachella 2013 lineup, set times and live stream viewing info have been released for this weekend’s first installment of the annual concert series. Several big name hip-hop names will be included in the lineup from Friday through Sunday for music fans to enjoy, although not all will be a part of the free webcast.

We have to talk first regarding the basics so that the readers could have the idea what the topic is all about. Dub Turbo can be described as program or software which is designed to make your own beats. Most of the time, these beats are heard as the background track on various rap and hip hop music. It’s very affordable and one can possibly download this software online. The package of Dub Turbo includes video tutorials that teach users even newbie the way to create beats every time they want to.

SS: Listening to your music you seem to have a theme or a message in most of your songs. Why do you think it’s important to speak on certain topics when you rhyme?

Another popular group, Jurassic 5 from the west coast, will also appear at this year’s show. The group had been a throwback to old school hip hop in terms of their beats and the way they threw rhymes back and forth among their group members. They had smash hits with “Quality Control” and “W.O.E. is Me (World of Entertainment),” as well as the popular song, “What’s Golden.” Jurassic broke up in 2007, making this particular reunion an exciting one for longtime fans.

I have tried programs like FL Studio, Reason, and Cubase and as someone who doesn’t have a whole lot of music experience, I found making beats very manageable with Sonic Producer. They set it up in a way that just makes sense to beginners, and they get rid of the dense technical controls that noone ever uses. To top it off, they make saving to mp3 easy as clicking a button. This was important to me because I like to burn the beats I make to CDs to listen to with my friends.

“Lose My Mind” is the first single from Young Jeezy’s senior record Thug Motivation 103. The album as of now has no release date but one will be coming shortly. This song is kind of simple and won’t be liked by everyone. I don’t really like the collaboration because Young Jeezy is one artist that doesn’t need to collab with anyone to sound good. Leave feedback and tell me what you guys think about this new hip hop song in 2010.

Even so, legal troubles have arisen in excess of the violation of intellectual property rights by the hip-hop artists who do sampled tracks. But there is fundamental law that governs how the artwork of sampling should be done and the extent to which borrowed lyrics can be integrated in a track. Normally prior authorization has to be obtained ahead of sampling a track. Producers have mostly been blamed for abusing the artwork of sampling especially when they purely lay new drums about loops that have been previously employed, blend, then release as a brand new track.

G.O.O.D. Music Cypher From Bet Hip Hop Awards

G.O.O.D. Music Cypher From Bet Hip Hop Awards

So let me talk a little bit about the Hardware side. I did a couple more records in that style, that party-breakbeat kind of thing. Ensure that the samples you choose will suit your style. He’s like a best friend, actually, like a brother.
The Sactown summer concert season is about to hit high gear – and we’re not talking about your Green Days, your Keith Urbans, and your “Bundles of Burnouts” tours with (insert ’80s hair metal band, featuring Bo Bice).

Think About It (Lyn Collins) – Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock’s popular hip hop club hit “It Takes Two” has used the funk classic beat “Think (About It) as its loop sample.

To compare the “Rave” scene in the 90s to the “Hippie” movement is a misnomer. First of all, the Hippie movement had a definite political motive.therefore it was easy to understand. The motive, of course.end the Vietnam War. In the meantime, of course.get as fucked up as you could, while having free-love sex with as many partners as you could physically handle.

It’s one thing when a seasoned band like Dinosaur Jr. comes to the neighborhood for a one-of-a-kind show. It’s another thing when that seasoned band comes with a Q&A featuring a one-of-a-kind entertainer like Henry Rollins. Performing their re-issued album Bug in its entirety, the indie/alternative rock band will headline Variety Playhouse with OFF! – featuring Keith Morris of Black Flag – opening the show, as well as the Q&A hosted by actor/comedian/singer Henry Rollins of Black Flag.

The Rave scene, however, is much harder to pinpoint a motive to. Many have believed that is because there wasn’t one- making it not even classifiable as a “movement” at all. This couldn’t be further from the truth-it’s just hard for anthropologists to understand that the motive was “SIMPLY MUSIC.” This single fact puts the ‘Rave” movement closer to the early 20th century American Jazz movement- than the hippies. Folks had a hard time understanding jazz, too- provoking Louie Armstrong to his famous quote, “If you have to ask- you’ll never know.” Certainly, this is also true for the “Rave” scene.

My breakbeat first name is short for Dionysus the Greek god of wine fertility and music. I used to go by DJ Dionysus in the late ’90’s but it would always get misspelled on fliers and mispronounced, so I shortened it around 2002 to DJ Nysus.

Listening to Drop the Lime is like catching an aural virus. A feverish urge swells in your temporal lobe. You get chills. Sweat beads form on your forehead. Your mouth dries and begs for water or a chilled cocktail. Suddenly, that feverish urge grows like a hearbeat in your temple, forcing you, slowly but surely, to bang your head dizzyingly to the beat. Boom-waht-boom-waht-chagachaga-boom-waht.

The Spring Massive at the Paradox is gonna be insane as will Starscape 2009. I am also headlining this huge three-day festival alongside DJ Swamp and like 50 others called Willy Wonka and the Bass Factory on June 19-21 in West Virginia, which I am sure will be an experience!

So let me talk a little bit about the Hardware side. I did a couple more records in that style, that party-breakbeat kind of thing. Ensure that the samples you choose will suit your style. He’s like a best friend, actually, like a brother.
The Sactown summer concert season is about to hit high gear – and we’re not talking about your Green Days, your Keith Urbans, and your “Bundles of Burnouts” tours with (insert ’80s hair metal band, featuring Bo Bice).

Think About It (Lyn Collins) – Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock’s popular hip hop club hit “It Takes Two” has used the funk classic beat “Think (About It) as its loop sample.

To compare the “Rave” scene in the 90s to the “Hippie” movement is a misnomer. First of all, the Hippie movement had a definite political motive.therefore it was easy to understand. The motive, of course.end the Vietnam War. In the meantime, of course.get as fucked up as you could, while having free-love sex with as many partners as you could physically handle.

It’s one thing when a seasoned band like Dinosaur Jr. comes to the neighborhood for a one-of-a-kind show. It’s another thing when that seasoned band comes with a Q&A featuring a one-of-a-kind entertainer like Henry Rollins. Performing their re-issued album Bug in its entirety, the indie/alternative rock band will headline Variety Playhouse with OFF! – featuring Keith Morris of Black Flag – opening the show, as well as the Q&A hosted by actor/comedian/singer Henry Rollins of Black Flag.

The Rave scene, however, is much harder to pinpoint a motive to. Many have believed that is because there wasn’t one- making it not even classifiable as a “movement” at all. This couldn’t be further from the truth-it’s just hard for anthropologists to understand that the motive was “SIMPLY MUSIC.” This single fact puts the ‘Rave” movement closer to the early 20th century American Jazz movement- than the hippies. Folks had a hard time understanding jazz, too- provoking Louie Armstrong to his famous quote, “If you have to ask- you’ll never know.” Certainly, this is also true for the “Rave” scene.

My breakbeat first name is short for Dionysus the Greek god of wine fertility and music. I used to go by DJ Dionysus in the late ’90’s but it would always get misspelled on fliers and mispronounced, so I shortened it around 2002 to DJ Nysus.

Listening to Drop the Lime is like catching an aural virus. A feverish urge swells in your temporal lobe. You get chills. Sweat beads form on your forehead. Your mouth dries and begs for water or a chilled cocktail. Suddenly, that feverish urge grows like a hearbeat in your temple, forcing you, slowly but surely, to bang your head dizzyingly to the beat. Boom-waht-boom-waht-chagachaga-boom-waht.

The Spring Massive at the Paradox is gonna be insane as will Starscape 2009. I am also headlining this huge three-day festival alongside DJ Swamp and like 50 others called Willy Wonka and the Bass Factory on June 19-21 in West Virginia, which I am sure will be an experience!

G.O.O.D. Music Cypher From Bet Hip Hop Awards

G.O.O.D. Music Cypher From Bet Hip Hop Awards

So let me talk a little bit about the Hardware side. I did a couple more records in that style, that party-breakbeat kind of thing. Ensure that the samples you choose will suit your style. He’s like a best friend, actually, like a brother.
The Sactown summer concert season is about to hit high gear – and we’re not talking about your Green Days, your Keith Urbans, and your “Bundles of Burnouts” tours with (insert ’80s hair metal band, featuring Bo Bice).

Think About It (Lyn Collins) – Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock’s popular hip hop club hit “It Takes Two” has used the funk classic beat “Think (About It) as its loop sample.

To compare the “Rave” scene in the 90s to the “Hippie” movement is a misnomer. First of all, the Hippie movement had a definite political motive.therefore it was easy to understand. The motive, of course.end the Vietnam War. In the meantime, of course.get as fucked up as you could, while having free-love sex with as many partners as you could physically handle.

It’s one thing when a seasoned band like Dinosaur Jr. comes to the neighborhood for a one-of-a-kind show. It’s another thing when that seasoned band comes with a Q&A featuring a one-of-a-kind entertainer like Henry Rollins. Performing their re-issued album Bug in its entirety, the indie/alternative rock band will headline Variety Playhouse with OFF! – featuring Keith Morris of Black Flag – opening the show, as well as the Q&A hosted by actor/comedian/singer Henry Rollins of Black Flag.

The Rave scene, however, is much harder to pinpoint a motive to. Many have believed that is because there wasn’t one- making it not even classifiable as a “movement” at all. This couldn’t be further from the truth-it’s just hard for anthropologists to understand that the motive was “SIMPLY MUSIC.” This single fact puts the ‘Rave” movement closer to the early 20th century American Jazz movement- than the hippies. Folks had a hard time understanding jazz, too- provoking Louie Armstrong to his famous quote, “If you have to ask- you’ll never know.” Certainly, this is also true for the “Rave” scene.

My breakbeat first name is short for Dionysus the Greek god of wine fertility and music. I used to go by DJ Dionysus in the late ’90’s but it would always get misspelled on fliers and mispronounced, so I shortened it around 2002 to DJ Nysus.

Listening to Drop the Lime is like catching an aural virus. A feverish urge swells in your temporal lobe. You get chills. Sweat beads form on your forehead. Your mouth dries and begs for water or a chilled cocktail. Suddenly, that feverish urge grows like a hearbeat in your temple, forcing you, slowly but surely, to bang your head dizzyingly to the beat. Boom-waht-boom-waht-chagachaga-boom-waht.

The Spring Massive at the Paradox is gonna be insane as will Starscape 2009. I am also headlining this huge three-day festival alongside DJ Swamp and like 50 others called Willy Wonka and the Bass Factory on June 19-21 in West Virginia, which I am sure will be an experience!

So let me talk a little bit about the Hardware side. I did a couple more records in that style, that party-breakbeat kind of thing. Ensure that the samples you choose will suit your style. He’s like a best friend, actually, like a brother.
The Sactown summer concert season is about to hit high gear – and we’re not talking about your Green Days, your Keith Urbans, and your “Bundles of Burnouts” tours with (insert ’80s hair metal band, featuring Bo Bice).

Think About It (Lyn Collins) – Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock’s popular hip hop club hit “It Takes Two” has used the funk classic beat “Think (About It) as its loop sample.

To compare the “Rave” scene in the 90s to the “Hippie” movement is a misnomer. First of all, the Hippie movement had a definite political motive.therefore it was easy to understand. The motive, of course.end the Vietnam War. In the meantime, of course.get as fucked up as you could, while having free-love sex with as many partners as you could physically handle.

It’s one thing when a seasoned band like Dinosaur Jr. comes to the neighborhood for a one-of-a-kind show. It’s another thing when that seasoned band comes with a Q&A featuring a one-of-a-kind entertainer like Henry Rollins. Performing their re-issued album Bug in its entirety, the indie/alternative rock band will headline Variety Playhouse with OFF! – featuring Keith Morris of Black Flag – opening the show, as well as the Q&A hosted by actor/comedian/singer Henry Rollins of Black Flag.

The Rave scene, however, is much harder to pinpoint a motive to. Many have believed that is because there wasn’t one- making it not even classifiable as a “movement” at all. This couldn’t be further from the truth-it’s just hard for anthropologists to understand that the motive was “SIMPLY MUSIC.” This single fact puts the ‘Rave” movement closer to the early 20th century American Jazz movement- than the hippies. Folks had a hard time understanding jazz, too- provoking Louie Armstrong to his famous quote, “If you have to ask- you’ll never know.” Certainly, this is also true for the “Rave” scene.

My breakbeat first name is short for Dionysus the Greek god of wine fertility and music. I used to go by DJ Dionysus in the late ’90’s but it would always get misspelled on fliers and mispronounced, so I shortened it around 2002 to DJ Nysus.

Listening to Drop the Lime is like catching an aural virus. A feverish urge swells in your temporal lobe. You get chills. Sweat beads form on your forehead. Your mouth dries and begs for water or a chilled cocktail. Suddenly, that feverish urge grows like a hearbeat in your temple, forcing you, slowly but surely, to bang your head dizzyingly to the beat. Boom-waht-boom-waht-chagachaga-boom-waht.

The Spring Massive at the Paradox is gonna be insane as will Starscape 2009. I am also headlining this huge three-day festival alongside DJ Swamp and like 50 others called Willy Wonka and the Bass Factory on June 19-21 in West Virginia, which I am sure will be an experience!