Ackryte x JOOB 森本

A collab experimental sample-based hip-hop beatstrumental from two dudes on the come up in the US beatscene.

Having featured on Planetary Beats before, the homie JOOB has just released his next beat in collaboration with Ackryte, a Minneapolis-based beatmaker. The dudes share similar production styles namely; dope sample use, raw drum kicks and mad basslines. The track they conjured up is called ‘149th’ and is a piece of sampling wizardry. The beat is ill, sample is tight, chops are on point, and the synth leads compliment the other instruments. JOOB’s electronic influence is evident in the synth-work, and the hip-hop elements of the track are made up of Ackryte and JOOB’s production techniques meshed together. The track bumps massively and is definitely easy to get down to.

Peep the collab beat here:

A free rap song produced by Ackryte:

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fLako

London, Britain (UK)

fLako produces fat electronic beats of a hip-hop instrumental nature, as well experimental electronica.

Dude has collab’d and done remixes for underground rappers such as NOIR, Cerebral Vortex, and Slum Village, producing sub-knocking electronic hip-hop beats.

A highly notable electronic hip-hop beat fLako produced is a remix of a Talib Kweli track just over a year ago. Listening to the track, it is evident that Kweli’s flow is perfect for the pacy, synthed out beat. The track is perfect for a Friday afternoon, and is more than able to kick start your weekend vibes right.

Listen to/buy the track here on Kwatro’s soundcloud page:

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prof.logik

New York, South Carolina

prof.logik is an abstract hip-hop and 8-bit sound creator that pushes the boundaries of experimentation with every one of his releases.

Homie collabs with some dope producers, such as Ben Jamin and PogFlipper, when he’s not bouncing out future solo beats on the mpc.

His latest beat “Origami” is an abstract hip-hop track, with a chillout feel to it, supported by bumping kicks and mad chops. In other words, this is a nice track to post up and lay back to, and a sound display of the prof’s talent.

The free track was made as a tribute to his fans for getting him to 10 000 followers on soundcloud. Cop a free DL here:

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