BrewKon is back with the second installment in the “Bad Art” series of beat tapes. Volume 2 features a unique blend of synth based and sample based productions. Click the cover art for a free HQ download of the tape, or check out the embedded SoundCloud links below. Feel free to use any of these instrumentals for your own productions. Enjoy!
I just heard about these dudes out of NYC and they are definitely doing their thing. This track delivers solid bars and a good dose of hype; I’m feeling it for sure. I think its dope how we’re starting to see the resurgence of the hip hop group because its just more interesting to hear how different flows and vocal tones can come together. Keep your eyes on these dudes, I think they’re starting to bubble and for good reason. Subscribe to their YouTube channel for more videos and cop their mixtape on BandCamp.
We are proud to present a new beat tape from BrewKon, a Honolulu based Hip Hop producer. This tape contains seven instrumentals which cover a broad range of styles and grooves. From cinematic and ambient to straight up grimey, these beats are certainly unique and different. If you like what you hear, please consider purchasing the tape and we encourage anyone to use these beats in their own productions. Enjoy.
Got another Twitter gem sent my way and figured I’d share it. I’ve heard a few tracks from Break who is featured on this track and I love his flow, hes definitely got something good going. The beat was produced by DeeboOnTheTrack and it goes hard in the paint. Take a listen and let me know what you think!
Its the weekend, get fired up and jump around a little bit! 5th Moon is killing it as usual.
A few days ago I had this mixtape sent to me on Twitter so I decided to check it out and see what it had to offer. After a full listen through, I have to say that I was thoroughly impressed. The production on this tape is solid and there is some great variety which is really refreshing. The first track has a nice syncopated boom bap type of beat and the lyrics do a great job of setting up the vibe for the rest of the tape. Later on you get some hard trap beats which Ama$e fits really well on, he even shows off some of his singing chops on a track and he definitely pulls it off. I get a bit of a Wiz Khalifa vibe from his vocal sound and he has enough different flows to keep everything interesting. The standout tracks for me are: Trigger Finger, Twerk Right, Melo, and Heaven or Hell. Overall this tape is put together really well and its easy to sit down and listen to the whole thing through, the same can’t be said for alot of mixtapes out there. There should be a little something for everybody on this tape so it’s definitely worth checking out. Click the link below to download the tape and if you like what you hear, show Ama$e some love on Twitter.