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To Da Max

Nov 03 2006 | BPM: 100 | Producer: Slantize
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Steady drums with a slight west coast twist using constant organ keys, bells, and synths.

Genres: Club, Pop, West Coast

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13 Feedback to “To Da Max”

  1. Damn, it doesn’t work to me, when i press play button nothing’s it’s happen. -.-

  2. I’ve never left any kind of feed back before, but when i heard this beat i was like DAMN!
    this beats about 4Yrs. old but you should really bring it back! That’s a bad ass style and i would love to hear more like it!!!

  3. beat is too nice, nice beat RespecT umT a.k.a ĂśmiDo

  4. goddamm what a power has this beat.

    lean back and lisen to this beat.

  5. Yeah,this beat talked to me.

  6. Damnit.. This is so relaxing.. I love the synths in the hook.

    Damn, Slant, you make extraordinary melodies. Love your beats.

  7. aye, this is the opener to my soft album im droppin… i call it soft becuase its only gon have 10-12 songs… puttin something quick together to get somethin under my belt…. ill let yall kno how it goes… got bout 6 of ur beats :D

  8. love the guitar and those jerky hits.

  9. Ok DemoCrazee you just ruined this beat for me.. ahaha Britney

    I dont think it does.. but i cant get that out of my head.. Nice mixdown, synths on point as fuck as usual

  10. it sounds a bit like somethin britney would sing to lol but a might use it, gotta tink

  11. ok produced..
    but not my style.

  12. naah…

  13. aka Cruisin Pt 2


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