PBS of the Mixtape Game
yeah how could we forget about mass...
These mixes grew old and tired 10 years ago.. Its put together well, but is it really that hard to create a good break mix when you have 6000 of the same type of mix to use as a blueprint?
Rev.Shines has another mix out too, about 4 or 5 months old.7 Inches of Pleasure(45's mixtape) http://soundcloud.com/revshines/7-inches-of-pleasure-45s
Rev Shines mixes are smooth and tasteful excursions.With the hateration/trollation in full effect, I'd say this blog is now officially legit! :-)If you're gonna criticize the whole genre of mixes, it does beg the question of why you are even here on this blog and wasting your precious time with a comment. Troll. ;-)
I'm here for the J Rocc mixes and the studio setup and beat making videos.. Is that a good enough answer for you? My time is precious,, one reason I can't stand reading your "i'm so cool and smart" comments on every video Eric Nord.. Where'd you come from anyway? You actually opened the floodgates..
Well, I'm smart enough to know that a troll's time is far from precious.How to spot a troll?...A troll is incapable of consistent positivity.
Out of respect for the other readers, I will stop feeding the troll now. Sorry folks. :-)
LOL! Mean while... back @ the ranchhttp://djrobswift.bandcamp.com/album/roc-for-raidaRob Swift's "Roc for Raida" mixtape is dedicated to the memory of X-Ecutioner Roc Raida (May 17, 1972 - Sept. 19, 2009). The mixtape highlights much of the great music Raida left behind when he passed away. Rob Swift also features the X's Mista Sinista, Total Eclipse and Precision performing their own renditions of some of Roc Raida's classic battle sets. Net proceeds from the album will go to Roc Raida's family.
don't front on shinez. pdx beat digging legend.
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