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What's Your Number

Aug 07 2006 | BPM: 105 | Producer: Slantize
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This is a very Lil Jon-ish track, a mix between Yeah!, Get Low, and Presidential. Very melodic tune with a clubbish drum pattern.

Moods: Inspiring
Genres: Club, Dirty South

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14 Feedback to “What's Your Number”

  1. You’ve done it again, mate !
    Thank you !

  2. I am sorry , that beat is really bad ..
    Why u guys make in the last time not also good beats like before ?
    The comming Beats most of them are really bad … I am disapointed Shadowville :;(

  3. tha shit slap son i give a top of tha chart rating who ever makes tha beats should get at me i be doing tours rapfunctions and all type of hussla shit get at me yee digg

  4. This Beat is Fuckin Tight!

  5. WWHHHAAATTTT!!!!!????

  6. Nice nice…working good…for some reason, the rapping part seems a little simple, but the chorus is nice….

  7. dope ass beat. i absolutely love it. i wish i could find the people who didn’t give a 5 so i could cut their eyes out then gut them in front of their children….well….maybe not

  8. damn hot man the synth i luv it

  9. Sick, just sick

  10. like the hook but love the rest man…nice man…like i say slantize…u the shit man…much love


  11. Love the at first it wasnt screamin lil jon but once itdropped n to the synth i was like dayum lol.

  12. ahahaaaaa slllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaant this is an insaneeeeeee beat man i gave it 5stars just because of the way it started, thats how shadowville gets my interest, the way the beat starts u know, outstanding work homie keep it up


  13. yeeeeaaaahhhh!!!!


    This beat kicks ass…

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