This 1999 track is truly one of the rapper's definitive works. Not enough people know Quik's work and his influence on L.A. hip-hop. Indeed, Tim Mosley has had his hands in more hip-hop hit singles than many of the names on this list combined. As he lay dying in his hospital bed, Dilla somehow had the vision and inimitable work ethic to create a masterpiece, "Donuts." Wiz Khalifa has always been one of the coolest rappers out, and he took the world by storm with his laidback raps about weed and women. While he's never had a national hit or worked with a name bigger than Doom, Madlib more than compensates with innovation and excitement. Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo may be the best production duo in hip-hop history. Easy Mo Bee manually chopped up samples. What the childhood friends from Virginia did was craft memorable rap hits that bore their unmistakable bling sound. Tidbit: Pete Rock was originally inspired by Teddy Riley and Marley Marl. There are few mixtapes that were as shrouded in mystery as Future's "56 Nights" in 2015, and "Now" sums up the energy of the entire project. You've heard the "Cook that shit up, Quay!" Demoprojekt und free Samples. The best description of Dilla's distinctive quality comes from one of his most popular students, Questlove: "If you could look at the glass and say it's half-full or half-empty, Dilla would find a third way to look at it. Bangers: "Big Pimpin,'" "4 Page Letter," "FutureSex/LoveSound". Play Your Beat. The genius of Marley's early style was that he found a way to work within the limitations of the SP-1200. When we think of Timbaland, we think of a man playing Silly Putty with sounds: He dominated urban radio by incorporating everything from synths and Egyptian flutes to animals and cooing babies. FEATURED BEATS; KRNE. Rock reworked several '90s hits, including "Hip-Hop Hooray" (Naughty by Nature), "Shut 'Em Down" (Public Enemy), "Rampage" (EPMD), and "Jump Around" (House of Pain). No matter where you land on his discography, stunning production awaits. It's not because he influenced an esteemed legion of track masters such as Havoc and 9th Wonder. 1 0. bixiblke . After getting the word right, she was finally allowed out of the studio. Beats selber machen: So einfach geht es – mit kostenloser Musiksoftware, Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung inkl. YOUR BEATS; Sign up for Splice to save and load beats. Eve said Dre's tough-love approach got the best out of her. A generation of emcees listened. Chmo. Havoc has stayed true to the East Coast sound over his 20-year career, through the advent of Auto-Tune, electronic dance music, and hippie rap. Remember Snoop's "Drop It Like It's Hot"? Young Thug's "Hot" featuring Gunna is a really good single in its own right, but part of that is due to Wheezy going crazy on the boards. We use cookies. Make beats for free. The late Juice Wrld was a very talented Chicago rapper and singer who's sound was a bit left of center. No producer has influenced the landscape of mainstream hip-hop like Dr. Dre. Luke Bryan Casts Curse On Florida Using Tim Tebow's Heisman, Go Dawgs! Wheezy crafts the beat, which sounds like an outer space parade thanks to the horns, and drums that sound like an explosion. Musical equipment wasn't originally designed for hip-hop beats, but despite the limitations of early drum machines, hip-hop producers made enduring art out of dirty sounds with whatever tools were available. Submit new nickname ☆ ゚. Before discovering and mentoring Nas, Large Professor was already a well-respected producer. From Dr. Dre to Metro Boomin, Mannie Fresh to Mike WiLL Made-It, producers from all generations have been killing it for quite some time. From his early days chopping up samples on the primitive SP-12 to his rise as half of the '90s duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Peter Phillips has always been a sound innovator. Havoc recorded off cassette boomboxes and looped samples off the radio. Nicknames, cool fonts, symbols and tags for BeatMaker – youngboybeats, Seezy, iNSiDE, DRXN, Dolbaeb, JBEATZ.