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Concrete Jungle

Dec 01 2009 | BPM: 89.5 | Producer: The Unbeatables
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Soft, eerie piano blended with some strings and hard hitting deep synths over gritty drums.

Moods: Angry, Dark, Epic

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17 Feedback to “Concrete Jungle”

  1. DONE :) (Warsaw, Poland)


  3. i love this beat damn!!!

    welcome to web beat irani
    من یه اهنگساز 18 ساله سبک رپ همستم
    اگه میخاید اهنگامو بشنوسید لطفا به وبلاگم یه سر بزنید

  5. Made a song called cheap motel to this beat

  6. whataaaaaa fuckkkkkkkkk!!!!!!!!!!

  7. The BPU (Bydgoski Projekt Ulicy) used this beat, it is GREAT!


  9. this beat is for sure sick!

  10. So, the deal is that I’m about to make my last rap ever, and it’s really great (if I’m allowed to be so self conffident) at least the best I ever made, and this beat suits perfectly, BUT, it annoys me that it only last about 4 mins . . Would be perfect if it was around 5 mins, anyone got a program to make it longer? you know copy, paste a part of the beat ?

  11. HERES THE NEW MASTER ! KICKIN ASS OUTTA ALL THEESE OTHER PRODUCERS ! FUCK YEAH HOMIE.. IM LOVIN UR BEATS…Bass and kick is killing my head hell yeah ! and i love the synth, and the piano at the background.. goes perfect.. love that.. Keep producin theese angry beats.. wud like to see a sad/West Coast/ Gangsta Beat Sometime.. Peace Homie..

  12. nice

  13. sick as aids

  14. 5/5* nice beat

  15. @ muzzammil9: this would be a Slantize and Sinima collaberation, if it were vet members. Slant on pianos, and Sinima for drum pattern and sound effects

  16. damn this beat is really dope. I really like the piano part especially when the synths come in it just goes perfect.

  17. epic 5/5

    soo I was thinking it was 2deep and Adamack.. but Adamack just gave a fairly new appearance, so I’m guessing only seasoned producers would team up. I think Hala works by himself, ADP is more of a Dirty South guy.. Slantize works a lot with east coast, but he’s very well spread out.. I think it narrows down to 2dep and Slantize or Sinima

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