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Easy Mo Bee

Easy Mo Bee

The 90’s Hip-Hop Era is considered by most people as the purest or realest time in Hip-Hop History! I too agree, not taking anything away from the 80’s pioneers, but there was nothing like the 90’s sound when it came to Hip-Hop & R&B included.  There were a lot of variety, musically in the preference of your choice. For every Biggie fan, there was a Busta Rhymes fan, for every Busta Rhymes fan, there was an L.L. Cool J fan, or a Wu-Tang Clan fan, or A Tribe Called Quest fan, or a Tupac fan, or a fan of all mentioned, and so on and so on. A lot of classic albums were made during the 90’s era, and a lot of memorable hits were made by some of the best producers in the game. Easy Mo Bee was one the Hit Producers leading the way during that time. Easy Mo Bee worked with both Tupac & Biggie as well as Miles Davis, Lost Boyz, L.L Cool J, Craig Mack, Busta Rhymes and the list keeps getting longer. I have posted two video’s below of Easy Mo Bee breaking down his hit records, vinyl collection, life, and the current state of hip-hop.

Remember to always BEat Inspired.

Mobb Deep's Havoc

Mobb Deep’s Havoc

Mobb Deep Producer and M.C, Havoc has recently released a drumkit for producers and beat makers entitled “The Infamous Kit”. The infamous Kit was released on January 18th, 2014th with a variety of drum sounds put together by Havoc himself for the purpose of giving the inspiring producers a drum style that has that kick like the sound that you’ve heard on the Mobb Deep albums as well as other Havoc produced projects.
There are two volumes that can be purchased online and one of the two being a limited edition kit that includes a digital download and a usb drive.
The limited edition kit can be pre-ordered now at: http://hiphopdrumsamples.com/products/havoc-the-infamous-producer-kit-pre-order for $69.99 and is scheduled to be released on January 30th,2014th. The standard version of the Infamous Kit (out now) can be purshased at: http://www.hclassentertainment.com for $25.00.

Peep the video below of Havoc promoting his new drumkit “The Infamous Kit” as making also remaking the “Eye For An Eye” beat off the Classic Mobb Deep album entitled “The Infamous Mobb Deep”.

Apollo Brown

Apollo Brown

Apollo Brown is different than most producers. He grew up on the Seals and Crofts-not the Isley Brothers-version of “Summer Breeze.” Born into a bi-racial family in Grand Rapids, Michigan, his early influences skewed more toward the music of Journey and The Carpenters than the urban genres his peers often cite as inspiration. This is not to say that once hip-hop came into play, Apollo wasn’t all in. Just as easily as he can praise the virtues of yacht rock, the 29-year-old beatsmith can name personal heroes-Gang Starr, Wu-Tang, Mobb Deep, M.O.P., Nas, and Black Moon-from the early 90s period in which, for him, beats and rhymes became life.

Apollo’s credo is simple: “Everything I make, I try to make it my favorite album of all time.”

Alway’s BEat Inspired!

Information about Apollo Brown is from his bio, via mellow musicgroup.com

WELCOME BACK BEAT MAKERS & PRODUCERS!

WELCOME BACK BEAT MAKERS & PRODUCERS!

For those of you who’ve been patiently awaiting for instrumology.com to return, WE ARE BACK!
That’s right, we are back and better than ever. We are excited to bring you more interviews, more tips, articles, plus our new sample flippers segment, a beat makers life with VerseAll, and the return of BEat Inspired.

Attention All inspiring beat makers and producers: Instrumology.com would like to interview you for our Producers Spotlight or if you’re just a fan of instrumology.com, and would like to recommend your favorite beat maker/ producer for this site, contact VerseAll at: instrumology@gmail.com.

The Legendary Sample Flipper J. Dilla

The Legendary Sample Flipper J. Dilla

In this edition of Sample Flippers, I bring to you J. Dilla. J. Dilla is widely thought of as being one of the best beat makers in the world of music and most commonly known for his natural sounding drum techniques.  As a former member of the group Slum Village, Jay Dee’s production shined bright, and solidified him as one of the best hip-hop producers to touch an MPC.

The song entitled “Players” off of the “Fantastic” Vol. 2 By Slum Village contains a sample from a quintet group called the The Singers Unlimited. The song that Dilla sample was “Clair”. The way J. Dilla flipped the sample made for a very soulful track with the word Clair being heard as if it was saying players in which the groups concept of talking about player haters in their midst.

peep the original sampled track as well as the flipped version below.

Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes

Here (Hear) is a remix I did of Busta Rhymes classic hit “WhooHa” (Got you all in Check). I did this just playing around with a few ideas but I liked it enough to want to start another blend inn project. Press play, share, also download if you liked what you’ve heard. Thanks for listening.