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Looking Back

Jan 30 2011 | BPM: 80 | Producer: Allrounda
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Smooth rhodes piano and synth leads over hip hop drums.

Genres: East Coast, R&B, Urban

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9 Feedback to “Looking Back”

  1. this shit iz sick!

  2. Yo, check out the track I just did w/ this beat, It’s called Cloudz. My cousin Mit is on the hook & I’m on all the verses. Peace!
    http://reverbnation.com/tripplebeam

  3. It needs more sounds between choruses

  4. Hello,

    i am trying to reach the producer allrounda productions. Please contact me at your earliest convience. I would like to discuse business with you. I can be reach via email at hafizpoet@ymail.com I will be looking for your message regarding this matter.

    Thank you,
    100%

  5. good job, 5/5.

  6. great beat..

  7. I feel the same way about what Symetrik said as far as the synths slippin up and the jolting. I really like where you were goin with this beat but because of it bein off pattern, I couldn’t mess with it. However, it’s a good piece and that change could make this a real dope track.

  8. At several places (especially noticeable in the intro, at around 9 seconds), the synth slips up, and causes the song to jolt. It’s an alright piece, but there’s a certain line between discordant to aid the song, and discordant that sounds like you screwed up.

    4/10. I’ve heard far better from you.

  9. This is one of the best beats ive heard from you so far really diggin it 10/10


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