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Beat Tape of the Week (July 14, 2012)

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Beat Tape of the Week (July 14, 2012)

 

Whatupdoe to my beat tape and instrumental album lovers, this is Beezy coming at you with another dope project for this week.  I present Abnormal bringing you his RNDM JNTS Vol. 1 a collection of older beats as well as new ones.  This is also the first time that I’ve notice Abnormal working with other producers on a project who are JayLotus & ProfLogik.  This project comes free of charge with 6 tracks but if you pay $1.25 or more you will get an additional 4 tracks totaling out to 10 tracks.  The thing I like about to project is that Abnormal really showing his versatility on this project and his beat making skills are getting better and better with each project.  You can check out the project on his BANDCAMP and do yourself and him a favor and spend the additional $1.25.  You wont be disappointed at all and check out his other projects on his bandcamp while you’re there.  Hope you all enjoy and dont forget to send me your beat tapes to me at beezy@deadendhiphop.com and follow me on twitter @beezy430.

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