Whats the Greatest Beat you've ever heard?

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  1. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    Good beats are good beats no matter if its underground or mainstream.

    But whats the greatest/most original-creative/hardest knocking Hip Hop beat / beats you've ever heard?

    For the 5 people that post in the Off Topic forum lets hear it!


    1. Mic Geronimo - Masta I.C

    [youtube]LQ_cP-08OEg[/youtube]

    I dont know what kinda drugs Buckwild was on when he made this (or most of his other shit...all brilliant) but I wish he'd trademark it and sell it online.


    2. Rick Ross - Maybach Music 3

    [youtube]57jVloiYs88[/youtube]

    Im an old head...but im still in awe of what Justice League did here. Even if they might've stole it.



    3. Madvillain - Curls

    [youtube]qcrGmLuzjvM[/youtube]

    Couldnt find the Inst...but Madlib at his very best IMO.



    I could go on for days...so many amazing production moments in Hip Hop History!
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  2. jerzcity

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    That Buckwild is sick, Nineteen Ninety Now is a dope album.

    Nas' "Thief's Theme"
    "Ridiculoid" by Can Ox
    "Ghostwriter" by RJD2

    Oh and "Hot Ass Beat Clap" by Tyler the Creator is very innovative.
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  3. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    I was crazy close to putting this one up!

    [youtube]0byV6BdWucA[/youtube]

    A greatest beats list gotta have El-P on it somewhere.
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  4. jerzcity

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    Ya definitely El P holds it down.
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  5. Marotta

    Marotta The Engineer

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    [youtube]eb5pIVXMEgo[/youtube]
    [youtube]D-PJQPmhGNs[/youtube]
    [youtube]fC3Cthm0HFU[/youtube]
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    Damn those are dope. Admittedly, I've been ignorant towards Dilla though I recognize his influence on my fav. producers.

    Black Milk's "Matrix" and "Deadly Medley" are crazy, dope verses on both too.
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    Black Milk is crazy good, too, Let's Go by Monch might be one of my fav joints he's done.

    Seriously, just listen to Donuts straight through on day. Trust me.
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  8. SuperNegger

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    There are some many styles of beats, the question is what style? I could probably list 30 hot beats, but you might not like certain styles.

    Nottz >>>
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    SuperNegger Toe Tagger Type Negger

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    the screenshot freeze frame for that video, where the dude is sniffing the doughnut is probably the best thing I've seen all year!!!

    THANK YOU SIR!
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  10. Marotta

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    Some Swedish dude made the vid for a contest like two years ago, shit is hilarious.
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  12. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    Dilla def belongs but cant lie, most of my favorite beats of his was before he was even Dilla or taking full credit. Im talking The Ummah shit or that ol Soulaquarian shit (for however many seconds that crew held it together).

    [youtube]ruMpdhJmplM[/youtube]




    [youtube]1hZKN4AZ63g[/youtube]


    that old jay Dee shit!
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  13. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    Dre is the most overrated producer in hip hop history.

    Take away his Parliament/Bootsy/George Clinton record collection and 80% of his classics dont exist.

    Erick Sermon went harder with the P-funk samples than Dre ever could...he basically stole whole beats in his Chronic days and during his Eminem days he bought beats from other producers changed the drums a bit then put his name on it.
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    jerzcity Member

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    All in all, Still Dre still dope.
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    3xthoroughb Crakk Nicholson

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    sun god hi tek for common

    fall in love dilla

    troy pete rock
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  16. 3xthoroughb

    3xthoroughb Crakk Nicholson

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    scott storch made the still dre beat thats a known fact thatll get you far
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  17. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    Hell yeah! Nottz ,Red Spyda Mr Porter, Scott Storch...so many phantom producers Dre just pays off tweaks it a lil and claims its his.....the sad thing is if you pay attention to Kanye he's basically doing the same thing now as well....SMDH!

    On a good note, mos def on Pete Rock - They Reminisce Over You ,he killed that sample!

    Timbaland gotta get some love 2, pop or not...at his peak he was the best.

    [youtube]BiUySgY0c3k[/youtube]


    And of course Diamond D

    [youtube]mNCDm5Uk3go[/youtube]
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    Not a definitive list but just the first to come to mind...

    Psycho Realm - Stone Garden (after the intro part. Wish I knew what that sample was)
    The Doppelgangaz - Suppository
    Gangstarr - Betrayal
    Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Act Like You Know
    Mobb Deep - Give Up The Goods (Just Step)
    Universal Soldiers - P.O.W. (Panorama On Wax)
    Sapient - Killinit
    Debaser - Peerless (produced by Sapient)
    Debaser - Less Human (produced by Sapient)
    Onlyone - Fools Gold (produced by Lawz Spoken)
    Wu-Tang Clan - 7th Chamber
    Nas - NY State of Mind
    Lord Finesse - Brainstorm/P.S.K Remix ft. KRS-One & O.C.
    Showbiz & AG - Hard To Kill
    Showbiz & AG - Neighbahood Sickness
    Showbiz & AG - Silence of the Lambs Remix
    Raven - That Attitude (produced by WIK)
    Raven - The Righteous & The Wretched ft. Vents (produced by Geko)
    Raekwon - Criminology ft. Ghostface Killah
    Darktime Sunshine - Return of the Agenda ft. Ninjaface
    Dr Dre - Lil Ghetto Boy
    The Alkaholiks - Who Dem Niggas
    Xzibit - Handle Your Business
    Downsyde - Master MC
    Jehst - Alcoholic Author

    I could do this all day haha so will leave it at that...
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  19. 3xthoroughb

    3xthoroughb Crakk Nicholson

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    your post is on point however not to kill the vibe...

    timbo doesnt make his own shit either :(
    most of em dont tbh
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  20. 3xthoroughb

    3xthoroughb Crakk Nicholson

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    once you become a household name like that you just become a brand for factory producers to funnel material through. sad throwaway culture we live in lol
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