The Official AHH MIXTAPE Part2 (D/L Link INSIDE)

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  • _Menace__Menace_ Posts: 20,884
    Honestly, that's going to be tough considering some (most) of these tracks are unlistenable.

    which ones?
  • MosIncredible.comMosIncredible.com Posts: 658
    edited May 2012
    1st impressions. The sound quality of some of the songs immediately write them off from being played in my car. I recommend a good set of headphones (if monitors are too expensive) for many of the artists that put in on this. Or another mixing engineer.

    1. I was immediately turned off by the Pac sample being offbeat and the beat volume trumps the vocals. Lyrics are decent but the flow isn't there for me.
    2. Good rapping but beat is missing effort.
    3. Message is cool but not a good rapping voice. Wasn't interested in hearing someone rap over a sample Wayne hit already.
    4. Very loud compared to the first 3 (not a con). Legitimate sound quality. Not my style of music. If I listen to music of this nature, it has to have funny adlibs. 2nd rapper put forth more effort to the funny adlibs I'm looking for on this type of song.
    5. Didn't wanna hear an AHH poster go on I'm A Boss after hearing everyone else do it already.
    6. 2000 era Soundclick quality beat. Jeff Axel has an interesting style but with assistance of actual song crafting, it might sound like something. Message is cool.
    7. Feelin Jeff Axel verse but I just can't settle into that offbeat flow. It separates him from the norm but I'm not sure it's going to get him anywhere. Good song overall. Can't go wrong with the "Ghetto" beat.
    8. I like West Coast music but tracks along this line really sound dated. The rappers don't sound West Coast. That WC, Cube, Mac 10 voice is missing. I just didn't get the West Coast feeling at all outside of the beat.
    9. Legitimate sound quality (like GRIP's other track). Don't like the beat intro because I've heard it a million times but it grows into something better. Song is decent.
    10. I would like this beat more if the drums weren't so robotic. I like the concept. Letter to the gun. Should've been longer though.
    11. Terrible quality. I like the beat but the vocals are through the roof. Lyrics are straight. Adlibs too loud.
    12. Hmm...huh? It's a comedy based song. I can't take it seriously.
    13. I like the beat. Sound quality needs work. Lyrics are cool. Decent song.
    14. Already heard Bleek on this sample with Rihanna and a much better beat so I couldn't even listen to this song. The flow was too plain.
    15. No comment...
    16. Loud. I caught vocals being centered for one verse and mid-right aligned in another. Lyrics are straight. Some mixing work may improve song.
    17. I can hear the echo of the room in this song. May be a case of the microphone being better than the recording environment. Beat is angry, demented. I like it. Decent song.
    18. Wiz emulation song. I'll just listen to Wiz when I want this sound with better lyrics.
    19. Good beat but its dated. What was Axel going for with that weird ass reverb?

    Didn't feel like listening to go any deeper on thoughts.
  • TrillaaaaaaTrillaaaaaa Posts: 3,746
    edited May 2012
    1st impressions. The sound quality of some of the songs immediately write them off from being played in my car. I recommend a good set of headphones (if monitors are too expensive) for many of the artists that put in on this. Or another mixing engineer.

    1. I was immediately turned off by the Pac sample being offbeat and the beat volume trumps the vocals. Lyrics are decent but the flow isn't there for me.
    2. Good rapping but beat is missing effort.
    3. Message is cool but not a good rapping voice. Wasn't interested in hearing someone rap over a sample Wayne hit already.
    4. Very loud compared to the first 3 (not a con). Legitimate sound quality. Not my style of music. If I listen to music of this nature, it has to have funny adlibs. 2nd rapper put forth more effort to the funny adlibs I'm looking for on this type of song.
    5. Didn't wanna hear an AHH poster go on I'm A Boss after hearing everyone else do it already.
    6. 2000 era Soundclick quality beat. Jeff Axel has an interesting style but with assistance of actual song crafting, it might sound like something. Message is cool.
    7. Feelin Jeff Axel verse but I just can't settle into that offbeat flow. It separates him from the norm but I'm not sure it's going to get him anywhere. Good song overall. Can't go wrong with the "Ghetto" beat.
    8. I like West Coast music but tracks along this line really sound dated. The rappers don't sound West Coast. That WC, Cube, Mac 10 voice is missing. I just didn't get the West Coast feeling at all outside of the beat.
    9. Legitimate sound quality (like GRIP's other track). Don't like the beat intro because I've heard it a million times but it grows into something better. Song is decent.
    10. I would like this beat more if the drums weren't so robotic. I like the concept. Letter to the gun. Should've been longer though.
    11. Terrible quality. I like the beat but the vocals are through the roof. Lyrics are straight. Adlibs too loud.
    12. Hmm...huh? It's a comedy based song. I can't take it seriously.
    13. I like the beat. Sound quality needs work. Lyrics are cool. Decent song.
    14. Already heard Bleek on this sample with Rihanna and a much better beat so I couldn't even listen to this song. The flow was too plain.
    15. No comment...
    16. Loud. I caught vocals being centered for one verse and mid-right aligned in another. Lyrics are straight. Some mixing work may improve song.
    17. I can hear the echo of the room in this song. May be a case of the microphone being better than the recording environment. Beat is angry, demented. I like it. Decent song.
    18. Wiz emulation song. I'll just listen to Wiz when I want this sound with better lyrics.
    19. Good beat but its dated. What was Axel going for with that weird ass reverb?

    Didn't feel like listening to go any deeper on thoughts.

    I'll do my track by track review in the mornin but I aree wit a lot of the thoughts in this post

    @_Menace_ I fuck with your ambition as well as the other emcees on the tape. lol I still feel like Jeff Axel fuckin around and not serious with his voice but I caught a couple gems in his rhymes.

    Menace, just take the constructive criticism as a positive. Not hate, niggas done forgot the difference between the two. I'll get back at you in the mornin

    sidenote: there's a IC crab nigga in the midst that's wackin all the posts....@ that fuck nigga, I feel sorry for your mother
  • _Menace__Menace_ Posts: 20,884
    LOL I aint even mad. I got one positive and on negative review.
  • _Menace__Menace_ Posts: 20,884
    1st impressions. The sound quality of some of the songs immediately write them off from being played in my car. I recommend a good set of headphones (if monitors are too expensive) for many of the artists that put in on this. Or another mixing engineer.

    1. I was immediately turned off by the Pac sample being offbeat and the beat volume trumps the vocals. Lyrics are decent but the flow isn't there for me.

    8. I like West Coast music but tracks along this line really sound dated. The rappers don't sound West Coast. That WC, Cube, Mac 10 voice is missing. I just didn't get the West Coast feeling at all outside of the beat.

    10. I would like this beat more if the drums weren't so robotic. I like the concept. Letter to the gun. Should've been longer though.

    19. Good beat but its dated. What was Axel going for with that weird ass reverb?

    Didn't feel like listening to go any deeper on thoughts.

    THANKS FAM
  • TurfaholicTurfaholic Posts: 7,679
    I made $23 off 4 copies on the Las Vegas strip. Y'all helped me with snack money. But it was a decent effort. I don't have any complaints or gripes.
  • RawAceRawAce Posts: 3,479
    edited May 2012
    My Circle is my favorite song off it
    followed by Blood

    Jeff dominated this shit. I didnt realize he was on this 4 times,rofl.
    Gotta luv Jeff's determination and originality.

    Shout out to Piffy Haze & SoHo. I been meaning to do a joint wit SoHo for like 2 years now,duke is nice.
  • antarticpantarticp Posts: 7,976
    good stuff folks about to check this out mad i didnt make it :( lol ;)
  • RawAceRawAce Posts: 3,479
    edited May 2012
    and shout out to Menace for even puttin this together

  • PiffyHazePiffyHaze Posts: 1,789
    RawAce wrote: »
    and shout out to Menace for even puttin this together

    wrd homie need his own appreciation thread forreal
  • PiffyHazePiffyHaze Posts: 1,789
    edited May 2012
    1st impressions. The sound quality of some of the songs immediately write them off from being played in my car. I recommend a good set of headphones (if monitors are too expensive) for many of the artists that put in on this. Or another mixing engineer.

    1. I was immediately turned off by the Pac sample being offbeat and the beat volume trumps the vocals. Lyrics are decent but the flow isn't there for me.
    2. Good rapping but beat is missing effort.
    3. Message is cool but not a good rapping voice. Wasn't interested in hearing someone rap over a sample Wayne hit already.
    4. Very loud compared to the first 3 (not a con). Legitimate sound quality. Not my style of music. If I listen to music of this nature, it has to have funny adlibs. 2nd rapper put forth more effort to the funny adlibs I'm looking for on this type of song.
    5. Didn't wanna hear an AHH poster go on I'm A Boss after hearing everyone else do it already.
    6. 2000 era Soundclick quality beat. Jeff Axel has an interesting style but with assistance of actual song crafting, it might sound like something. Message is cool.
    7. Feelin Jeff Axel verse but I just can't settle into that offbeat flow. It separates him from the norm but I'm not sure it's going to get him anywhere. Good song overall. Can't go wrong with the "Ghetto" beat.
    8. I like West Coast music but tracks along this line really sound dated. The rappers don't sound West Coast. That WC, Cube, Mac 10 voice is missing. I just didn't get the West Coast feeling at all outside of the beat.
    9. Legitimate sound quality (like GRIP's other track). Don't like the beat intro because I've heard it a million times but it grows into something better. Song is decent.
    10. I would like this beat more if the drums weren't so robotic. I like the concept. Letter to the gun. Should've been longer though.
    11. Terrible quality. I like the beat but the vocals are through the roof. Lyrics are straight. Adlibs too loud.
    12. Hmm...huh? It's a comedy based song. I can't take it seriously.
    13. I like the beat. Sound quality needs work. Lyrics are cool. Decent song.
    14. Already heard Bleek on this sample with Rihanna and a much better beat so I couldn't even listen to this song. The flow was too plain.
    15. No comment...
    16. Loud. I caught vocals being centered for one verse and mid-right aligned in another. Lyrics are straight. Some mixing work may improve song.
    17. I can hear the echo of the room in this song. May be a case of the microphone being better than the recording environment. Beat is angry, demented. I like it. Decent song.
    18. Wiz emulation song. I'll just listen to Wiz when I want this sound with better lyrics.
    19. Good beat but its dated. What was Axel going for with that weird ass reverb?

    Didn't feel like listening to go any deeper on thoughts.

    blame it on menace but it all good thou. he put alot of effort in

    the original is more bumping
  • _Menace__Menace_ Posts: 20,884
    someone is mad and lurking and hitting the whack button
  • _Menace__Menace_ Posts: 20,884
    RawAce wrote: »
    and shout out to Menace for even puttin this together

    fasho
  • SionSion Posts: 16,930
    Alright I'm gonna post up a review for this when I get home.
  • SionSion Posts: 16,930
    edited May 2012
    Break Down The Wall is fire , yo if I'm not mistaken that track was also featured on Jeff Axel's last tape. I like the Tony Hilta track, Road Blocks is dope as fuck and dayum at the Felipe Alem track. I like the diversity and the way it sounds even tho I can't understand dude's language LOL. Very interesting placement. Menace how and why did you decide to put that track on the tape ?

    Yo you shoulda reached out to CtK and Eyerone. Got dayum I wish those 2 would drop a track or album together, that shit would be dope as hell. You shoulda put those 2 on a track for the mixtape fam !
  • _Menace__Menace_ Posts: 20,884
    We have had the thread bumped that Ptown made and none of em posted in there. I would love to have them on the tape
    maybe the next one.
  • n.mcflyn.mcfly Posts: 4,372
    I want in let me k.now about the next one. Here's my music page http://m.soundcloud.com/neme-4
  • BlackAX410BlackAX410 Posts: 24,841
    damn didnt even kno dis shit dropped yesterday lol ima listen to it when i get a chance thanx for the feedback both positive nd negative like I said I'ma aquired taste for da most part
  • .Cassidy.Cassidy Posts: 26
    DAMN YALL DROP MIXTAPES HERE TO?


    "i haven't had a release date in so long
    that i forgot how to right songs
    i just say what goes along in my mind
    if i can rewind time i wouldn't have busted my nine
    and have those bodies on my mind
    but no one wanna listen
    seen more dead bodies than a mortician
    I make hit songs like my pen been missin"



    EASY!
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