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On Point

Oct 10 2006 | BPM: | Producer: Slantize
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88 BPM. Dark electric, steady driving synth, nice bassline, head-noddin’ drums. Shady/G-Unit style.

Moods: Dark, Frantic

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19 Feedback to “On Point”

  1. actually it sounds more like “Like That” By Stats Quo

  2. one shot 2 shot, 3 shot, 4 shots - influenced by d12 maybe???

  3. qarT.

  4. this track really reminds me of “One Shot, Two Shot” by D12

  5. Nice Nice
    Good beat
    keep going

  6. smoke and slantize and sinima are the best producers on here this one is a hit from start to finsh

  7. man this beat kicks ass you cant keep your shit still while listening to this man you 2 deep and smoke are the best beat producers on this site!

  8. oh snap. this is that old Brokencyde. i didnt know yall did beats for them back then. thats beastly

  9. thats from Vokab - On point, i like it 5

  10. dude! slant this beat is hard!!! the only thing its missin….is words haha, mine

  11. This is dope man u r perfect. nice for head exercise man, u can not hold ur head if ur listening to this beat.

  12. is that a harpishchord or electric bass? or both. i love this though, its a classic. the chorus makes me wanna nod my head until it falls off.

  13. that was dope

  14. ShIT

  15. reminds me of the new song “you dont know” by shady cashis 50 and banks.

    you did good though. i like it

  16. I think this is pretty damn sick, one the beat kicks in, the bassline just makes it a hardcore beat, goodwork.

  17. good shit slant….

    real tyte

  18. fyre

  19. Nice beat Slant, nothin really special, but still good…

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