BeatMurderer's DJ BOOTH PROFILE
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Interests: Opinions of other Hip-Hop fans, Generality of Rap & R&B, Production/Producers of Hip-Hop beats, Listening to Rap & R&B,
Join Date: June 22, 2013
Last Login: June 22, 2013
Total Ratings: 3
BeatMurderer's TOP HIP HOP SINGLES
Action Bronson - “Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Remix)”
“Well, first off, I usually get an original of a song and the remix if I LOVE the beat and the rappers weren't sloppy but, DAMN! The actual song for this hit/remix is a banger, itself. That rapper Action Bronson killed the beat and if he were to be dissing anyone with this song, I'd comit suicide. He split bars! Also, this remix gathered up rappers in their selective availability who just got a bite out of this beat in their own way and in the actual song and this remix, ALL the rappers, ESPECIALLY Action Bronson and LL Cool J, knew what they were talking about. Lloyd Banks....not so much but, it was like his verse was a comeback of a story to add on to the track that was atleast NOT bullshit and extended the attractive beat to the extent and acknowledgement of the chorus and this tarck. GREAT!”BeatMurderer's Rating: Posted on Jun 22, 2013
B.o.B - “Headband”
“This track by B.o.B is a killer. I like the statistics of the track. It takes you by the 3rd chorus and verse to realize the chorus and there was NO btter name for it than headband for the title. I mean, that was one of the catchiest words of the line of his 1st verse. The "Mustard on the Beat Hoe" chant gives a spiritual representation and respect to the beat. The beat was a bit over-exaggerative but, that's what made it well preserved in a whole. Also, the whistling and the computerized people saying "Hey" in the background where visibly natural resources and added on to the hook of the chorus by the rappers B.o.B and 2 Chainz. B.o.B's "HeadBand" title really differs from the rap's chorus, though and is only respectable towards how B.o.B used it in his line at the 1st verse so, when 2 Chainz rapped, it felt a bit different but yet, more in realization towards what he discussed in the rap and the fact that he's a freestyle rapper just makes me want to give this 5 stars but, whith B.o.B I'll give it 4.It feels like a 2 Chainz featuring B.o.B type of song. Also, it may be more likely that 2 Chainz would make a song like this but, B.o.B STILL sorta' rocked it all so as long as he didn't stink in his job of composing this song and THAT's the thought that counts. This is righteously on the top 20 hits on DjBooth.net!”BeatMurderer's Rating: Posted on Jun 22, 2013
BeatMurderer's TOP ALBUMS
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- The Liberation of Lupe Fiasco on “Tetsuo & Youth”
- No Money, No Family: Iggy Azalea’s Insane Coming to America Story
- A Very Serious Lyrical Analysis of Lil Wayne’s “Sorry 4 The Wait 2”
- 2014 Best of the Booth Award Winners (The Complete List)
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