Super dope vis!
This might be a “Perfect West Coast Album”
Listening to this production it was o on point, the mix was awesome.
I graduated from Troy University in 2000 and first started working in the Entertainment shortly after, interning for a small movie company in the heart of Hollywood on Sunset Blvd. called Miracle Entertainment. I worked directly for an old Hollywood Star Actor Martin Landau (the old white guy in the Halle Berry movie (BAPS), her finest work. While working there I went to Long beach University and received a certificate in internet marketing while working on the entertainment company’s website. I first bought the book the 48 laws of power while working there, I did not follow it and when I think back I would have been able to navigate at the company a lot better if I did. After over a year I left to be with my girlfriend now wife and we lived in Sacramento California. In Sacramento I worked for at AT&T wireless, not very satisfied with that I decided to rent a small space and start my own marketing company that mainly focused on marketing for local hip hop artist. With my small company I was able to learn more about music production and marketing building my skills in graphic design and web. I also started to learn how to make beats. While doing that I started working in the financial industry at E*Trade in 2003 getting my stock broker’s licence by passing the series 7. After working with a few artists and suffering a few bumps and bruises I closed my office and started working more on music production at home. I also got married and had my first child. In 2006 E*Trade offered me a management position in Atlanta and we decided to move, it was an opportunity to be closer to the music industry I wanted to be in and buy a house for my family. I had a few family members already living in Atlanta and they was involved in the industry, my 1st cousin always inspired me because he was the first person that I knew that did music marketing. In the 90’s he friends started a group called Playaz Circle who got a deal with Ludacris. I remember passing out of boxes of CD’s for them while in undergrad. Atlanta was great because I was able to learn more about music production from a good community of artist that know how to make good music. I eventually started working with Playaz Circle and I was able to build a WebSite helping promote their 2nd album release on Def Jam which included the hit single Duffle bag Boyz featuring Lil Wayne. The site was called DuffleBagboyz.com and it was a social network site. Doing this I was able to build relationships with graphic designers, photographers, artists and music producers. In 2010 the recession hit me and I was severanced out from E*trade which I was happy about because it gave me the opportunity try and build a marketing/music company again. I was able to use the relationships I built and rented out a small office in midtown Atlanta next door to a few music studios including Outkast’s famous Stankonia. I was able to work with several artist and I was able to build website and work on a digital marketing campaign for Playaz Circle artist Titty Boi aka 2Chainz. I built his site 2chainz.com during the launch of his solo campaign that ended up being very successful. After working with a few more artist I started working again in the financial industry again because we needed additional income bad and my clients was not bringing the income I needed to support my family. I also enrolled in Full Sail to enhance my digital marketing skills hoping to land better clients with my additional skills. I was then recruited by a small financial firm in San Jose California that I was able to use both of my skill in digital marketing and finance and we decided to move back to California. After working at the small firm for a year I graduated Full Sail with my Masters . I was then able to work for a start up financial company Motif Investing which was in Sacramento and I feel like my life went in a full circle. Being back in Sacramento I was able to have a new perspective on everything and I decided to take my skills I learned and focused back my music production and I have built a small studio and I am focused on building my music production company while pursuing my masters in Entertainment Business.
I will be ready to go this year. I did this about 2 of last five years. Can’t wait to go back and meet good friends.
Beast Trap |hip hop rap instrumental beat| ambitionbeats
I know people are too familiar with trap type beats but they still bang hard. Living in the south during three crucial times in the history of music, fist my freknick years being introduced to luke, then my college years during the rise of No limit and Cash money records fall of Nasty Dancer, and recently being in the south for the trap or die movement and being part of that duffle bag boy/playaz circle/ two chainz movement I believe I can do Trap music and have some authenticity. I am still from the west but alot of us have migrated back and forth. I suggest that you come hard if you get this beat , i know it will bring something out you.
BURN – ONE |hip hop rap instrumental beat| ambitionbeats| helladopebeats.com
Ridder beat, current sound. Burner track for the flashy spitter.
Burn one is something i created trying to get that Northern California hood fell but still give someone an opportunity to shake they ass on the floor. Growing up in California i know we like mob and dance. I imagine a clyde carson or a sage spitting on this beat, or even a E-40 or Short or IAMSU.