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Should Know Better

Apr 19 2011 | BPM: 82 | Producer: hala-X
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Chopped up vocal and guitar sample with a smooth vibe over grimey hip hop drums.

Genres: Underground

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23 Feedback to “Should Know Better”

  1. Stromectol


  3. dope… AS ALWAYS

  4. “Neutralizer” by JAD:

  5. incredible man!!!

  6. I loved it so i went in :)

  7. I luv it too.

  8. This Beat Is Knockin Homie, Keep It Crackin!!!

    hats off…!!!
    good job..!! PEACE

  10. does this beat have a hook? these voices kinda confuesd me

  11. chek this music video there is a very very very good beat and the best spits ever

  12. Next seriously sick beat… With u oldschool coming back… Polish blood !!! :D

  13. Thank you. These are the type of beats you make which i fall in love with, I createdmy masterpieces through your instrumentals. One day they’ll all be recorded. The hook is not too narrow, it’s broad and is open to interpretaion, this will help me create just the right topic. Everything flows perfectly. I’m not going to tell you to only make beats like this because you make other interesting works. What I will tell you is keep on doing what you do because that is how you come up with your awesome beats.

  14. check how this beat got man handled by true lyricists

  15. hala!


  16. man…shit…im speechless…Hala your killing this…Dobar beat =)

  17. Nice and smooth

  18. co-sign everyone
    this is mean a fuck.

  19. If I rated the last beat 6/5, then this is like a 12/5. The way you chopped that sample through out the beat is just too fuckin’ sick.

  20. SICK BEAT… love it… uve evolved into a different style now

  21. Ur back

  22. sick as always hala!!

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