Old School Rap Beats For Old School Hip Hop Mixtapes and Albums
With so many beats out in the market now, we cannot forget where the flava started... within the styles of old school rap beats. Old school hip hop music, at least for me, definitely pioneered a lot of what has been known as one of the greatest eras that hip hop has seen... the 90's. What the 60's was to soul music, is what to me, is what the 90's was to hip hop. With so many greats in the hip hop industry back in the 90's era of old school hip hop, it's no surprise that even with the way music has turned today, most artists were inspired by hip hop lyricists and pioneers of the 90's era of hip hop music! The 90's was also the focus of hip hop mixtapes, where the word was literally that: a cassette tape of a variety of tracks! Ahhh... how I miss the 90's hip hop era! Do you agree?
Old School Hip Hop Had It On Lock
When you hear the greats like Rakim, Biggie (aka Notorious B.I.G.), Nas, Pac, and countless other names, it immediately evokes thoughts into your mind... thoughts of lyrical skill, of unique and original music, thoughts of hott sounding old school rap beats that made their music soar to the top and capture the audience with minimal effort! Isn't that what you're looking for with your upcoming hip hop mixtapes or albums? There's just a certain swagger, a certain lyrical skill placed over hott bangin' beats that sets off the tracks well. And though for me, the power of some of the east coast beats that artists like Nas or Big Pun spit over, the styles were everywhere back then, ranging from the gangsta flava of the west with artists like Snoop or Dre lighting it up with some hefty and impacting west coast beats, to other places like the South, where Outkast brought the heat and elevated the South over some hott dirty south beats! It goes back to prove my point though: The 90's old school hip hop flava had it on lock, and so did the style of old school rap beats! And this by itself is a reason I created the 31 beats below!
Hip Hop Mixtapes Need Variety and Originality
One thing about old school rap beats back then, along with the music as well, was the originality of the sound. There were a large variety of rappers and singers alike doing things in a way they enjoyed. Unlike most of what I tend to hear in today's era of hip hop, they weren't trying to mimic everyone else. Though there may have been some moments of copying, more old school hip hop artists back then were aiming for originality, and you could hear it in both the artist's music and the old school rap beats that were used as well. RZA had his own style of making beats, Dre had his own style of beat production, Timbaland did, and so on. Hip hop mixtapes had to stay fresh and cutting edge, but also had to have originality. And with some of the old school rap beats back then, originality was definitely brought to the table! So why not bring back some originality and flava with some bangin' beats to the table?
Buy Old School Rap Beats And Make Your Music Fire!
Don't keep yourself trying to sound like everyone that's out now. You want to make sure you stand out above the crowd, and that you bring originality to the forefront in the process. Make your hip hop mixtapes or albums bang with the flava of old school hip hop! Listen to the beats below and start taking notes of what beats to buy from Genycis.com today! Choose some bangin' old school rap beats below, and make your music bang with fire!
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*When you click the Mobile Image Button above for each beat to listen to it, you may be prompted to play it on a specific player on your phone. As phones vary, it is hard to advise what your phone will show or not upon pressing the button. If you cannot hear a beat you are playing, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and list to me the name of the beat you were trying to play. I can then send you an email with the tagged mp3 beat itself to listen to. I am still trying to figure out a workaround regarding the whole Android / iPhone / iPad issue since they don't play flash. In the meanwhile, hope this lets you hear the beats on your mobile phones or iPhone / iPad devices. Thank you for your patience with this matter.
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