Collabs ON UKG//GRIME not the new type THE TRADITIONAL |GRIME

Discussion in 'Collaborations' started by TommyHxtchet, Jan 9, 2024.

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If you were writing a track collaboratively how long should each verse be? @140bpm

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  1. TommyHxtchet

    TommyHxtchet Newbie

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    LIVERPOOL UK I'm a rap /grime artist (without a harsh scouse accent) who loves making grime beats and spitting sick bars and incredibly catchy hooks; here's a link to my current grime releases if anyone in the UK wants to link up for a track. I prefer physical meets and have access to 5 studios in NW England, all FREE OF CHARGE and can be booked from 4 to 8 hours. I will do the engineering and only want to meet physically in the studio and record the moment into our track. I have a few beats ready-cooked and some on the stove, and I also make them in 15 minutes most days. I'm really keen to work on a few releases this year. Here's the YouTube link for recent releases. Feel free to email or message through here, and let's get cooking PRODUCERS AND ARTIST. I am looking to increase my networking now that I have access to the Studios at the university.
    MY YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/@tommyhatchet140
    MY RECENT RELEASE WITH WESTY

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  3. Ray Johnson

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    Not bad, you should check out some of the Grime Beats I have up on the site here: https://20dollarbeats.com/collections/grime and see if any of them work for you. If so, let me know and I'll send you one for free to work with for a mention..
     
  4. Pontius

    Pontius Kapellmeister

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    I prefer in person meets too, but am in Los Angeles. Should be back in the UK later this year, but fancy trying a remote collaboration before then?
     
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