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Beat Tape of the Week (April 7, 2012)

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Beat Tape of the Week (April 7, 2012)

Whatupdoe!!!  This your boy Beezy with the first entry for Beat Tape of the Week in April!  Due to the high volume of beat tapes I receive in a month, it was becoming more and more difficult to pick out one beat tape of the month when so many were in contention. Let’s get started.

This beat tape is brought to you by the good folks Analog Division.  Analog | Division is a collective group of musicians and the production side of the group includes: Trey Hemingway, Byron The Aquarius, Christopher Killumbus, & Oh4ReaL.  What I love about them is that ther are not any boundaries when it comes to production. From sampling to crazy synths sounds these guys will cover it all.  This is a free beat tape and you all know I’m not the one to complain about free dope music.  The title of this beat tape is called  “A N L G | D I V – II – (Instrumental Album)” and you can download it HERE

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Well folks, there you have it.   Be sure you all check out this beat tape and thank me later.  Follow me on Twitter:  @beezy430
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