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Northern Lights

Aug 29 2011 | BPM: 90.00 | Producer: 2Deep
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Mysterious, eerie plucked bass with female vocal rifts over grimey underground drums.

Moods: Dark, Relaxed, Silly

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17 Feedback to “Northern Lights”

  1. Not sure if you ever listen to peoples’ attempts to your beats but not only did we attempt it we made a movie scene/music video to this. Thought you would appreciate it since you did compose the beat.

  2. Absolute stomper instro, heard this sample before on ’superfiend’ but this version is way better. KEEP THEM COMING 2DEEP!! peace

  3. Had to attempt this one myself.. with my guy on the second verse.

  4. very good beat with good flow and a good video

  5. good shitt ! look at my youtube channel !

  6. Does anybody know why are the sinima beats absent?

  7. wait i iiiiiiiii have heard this before just a lil different sounds you must be thirty something lol

  8. Made a verse on a beat from here
    comment and lemme see what you think..

  9. my favorite beat of the week. throwing it back to the early 90s

  10. classic old skl beat, 2deep never fails to impress

  11. damn im diggin that …nice job no joke !

  12. Damn that Hott, tags are heavy, not bitchen,jus tsayin

    @dok holmes always, damn bro u look gacked

    @infantry, Sobba’s better, just really tired that day

  13. Dark as hell, dig it

  14. damn anutha classik, diggin da mysterious vybe, datz my shit. stay up fam

  15. usually dont like 2deps beats but this beats damn dope! its hella different. real RAW gritty underground hiphop right here. the female vocals on the hook are real nice n eerie like! good shit right here!!

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