Rhythm Roulette: Brenmar

Rhythm Roulette: Brenmar

On this episode of Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal decided to stray away from sample based hip hop beats and explored the possibilities of sampling for other genres of music. Chicago born, Brooklyn resident Brenmar helped lead the way as he created a what we feel could easily be a huge hit in the club.

Subscribe to Mass Appeal here: http://goo.gl/LqG3wZ
Click here to watch more episodes of Rhythm Roulette: http://goo.gl/xZeLBY

————–Mass Appeal————–
Website: http://massappeal.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/massappeal
Instagram: http://instagram.com/massappeal
Facebook: http://facebook.com/massappeal

What started as a humble graffiti ‘zine in 1996 would soon grow to be one of the most trusted outlets for youth-spawned urban culture. Today, Mass Appeal is a media collective led by authentic voices and inspired minds. We are a platform for radical creatives who are transforming culture.





source

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Try the Strongest CBD Oil! More than 50% off sale today!

Buy Quality Hemp Oil

You might be interested in

Comment (31)

  1. Fuckin idiots in the comments have never heard of break beats, industrial hip hop, experimental hip hop, sci fi beats…i could go on and on. Yall fuckin stupid if you think that beat wasn’t hip hop. Why are u even here?

  2. trash and I’m not looking for 90’s boom bap … just a good beat… hell just glad he didn’t do a trap beat so I guess it is what it is

  3. Being that Im from Baltimore, I appreciate the bmore club beat he used in this. That thing crank and I can see this getting mad love in the bmore club scene. Tight beat Brenmar

  4. Personally, I think more could've been done with what he had, but I can respect his creative vision. At least it's not just the original track with a kick over it.

Comments are closed.

CBD Oil Sale Today! Get your CBD Oil at 66% off!