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Black Wall Street, The Game, R-Tistic, Modernized West Coast
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Track I did back in 2002...free for all emcees, just make sure to give credit to R-Tistic
Beat I made six years ago when I just turned 15. Still sounds decent, unlike everything else from 99 and 2000. Free for use, just make sure you give credit to R-Tistic!
Another West coast track I did back when I was in my stage of imitatin Dre, Scott, n Mel Man. Free for MCees, just give credit to R-Tistic.
Instrumental to the title song for The Pentagon's album in 2002 that I produced. Free for all emcees, just make sure credit is given to R-Tistic
A beat I did back in 02. Sounds a bit outdated like soem of my 02-03 material, but still f***witable. Free for use, just make sure to give credit to R-Tistic.
This is a small preview of a song that will be on my compilation album, titled R-Ticulation Vol. 1. O. Beast is rappin on it, and I produced the beat.
This is a track I produced that is on Glasses Malone (Black Wall Street) mixtape, and it has Kam (from Watts, not Dipset) and Game. I actually did this beat and flipped the sample a year ago, which was before Destiny's Child album came out.
This is the Black Wall Street artist, Black Friday, rappin a verse over my old beat, 17 Rounds.
A track I produced for The Pentagon's 2nd CD.
Track I produced for The Pentagon's 2nd album, and will be featured on R-Ticulation Vol. 1.
A track I produced for The Pentagon's second album
This is The Pentagon's title track for their CD, which is over my beat that I used for Round One in the rapmusic.com Beat Tourney.
This is the intro to Da Pennagon's CD. I flipped the Beethoven song, "De Arise." Some people have told me this is their favorite beat, and many people wished they had rapped 2 this track.
This song was made back in 2000, a few months after the song came out. This is the 3rd oldest beat I have on here, and it's evident from the quality and style of it. It's when I was first starting to become decent as a producer.
When I first made this beat, I was messin around tryin to create a R&B beat. When Da Pennagon heard it, they were feelin it, and wanted to rap to it. The guy singin on it is George Claiborne who mixed the vocals on all of the songs.