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Misty Blue

Jun 02 2006 | BPM: | Producer: hala-X
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74 BPM. This is a lovely beat that puts you in a feel good mood. It’s in an unconventional 3/4 waltz tempo so flip your lyrics carefully on this one!

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12 Feedback to “Misty Blue”

  1. - Lasix

  2. Umm i must pay 4 dat ?
    Btw nice job, reallyyy

  3. Best beat eva. I’ve been listenin to it for many years, but still can’t find the original song. -.-
    Where did u get this sample, Hala??

  4. hell ya love disone

  5. My personal fave. So good.

  6. u fuckin murdered this shit muthafucka how tha hell u make me wanna flow off sum gladys knight shit or how eva u spell that bitchs name is shit is a good ass sample tho make me a beat hala lol

  7. not bad….reminds me of camron and juelz santana.

  8. sounds like some 3 6 mafia type ish. great work hala you flipped the hell outta that sample. I especialy like the female voice in the verses

  9. this was a dope track…

    the chorus was sick with the uptempo hats …nice switch up

    i enjoyed bumpin this….

  10. pretty cool flow of drums..melody got alit bit repetetive, but pretty good beat anyway.

  11. Every beat i did was conventional hala X style, because i made it, how beat i did can not be my style? hah

  12. Good beat, nicely flipped. Not too much of X’s best out. Kinda falls off the conventional hala X style , but still got his big-ass mark on it. I dunno wat it is that makes his beats Hala-X-y
    I do loveeeee so much the flip before the chorus, tho the chorus sounds like an orgasm reverb. and the horn-like blow is also a downside.
    given, this beat gets a 8.2/10

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