Debo- Sly Rankin (Feedback plz) https://soundcloud.com/sly-rankin/debo
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@Sly-Rankin You Might Want To Add The Link In The Text So People Don't Have To Copy Paste And Search For It You'll Have A Better Chance Of Gettin More Replies
But Anyway Hooks Pretty Solid Verse Has Fun Playful Bars But The Verse Could Be Mixed A Lil Better (Did You Put A Compresser on The Vocals? They Jump In Loudness At Parts)
And I Dislike The Beat It Honestly Kills The Song For Me Its Got No Change Ups Or Layers At All Just A Deep Sub Sound That Gets Pretty Repetitive In My Opinion
Last Note* Don't Be Afraid To Get Extra Rude Boy And Use A Heavy Patwa Accent I Hear It But Don't Hold Back
Likkle More I Followed You On The Cloud Brotha Man
@DeadEyesCrew Appreciate u taking the time bro! Yeah, i guess the beat is kind of a hate it or love it type. Will make note of the verse vocals too. I try to use patwa in all my songs but i went without goin hardcore on this one to break the stigma of 'He's from Jamaica so he's a reggae artist tryin sumn'. See u on the cloud tho. Big up!
@Sly-Rankin No Problem Man I Grew Up In FLA Wit A Jamaican Best Friend His Moms Like My 2nd Mom So I Just Love That Accent Reminds Me Heavy Of My Child Hood I Can Smell The Plantains And Taste The Sugar Cane Just Thinkin About It Lol
And I Feel You I Can Imagine That
As A White Boy People Expect Me To Be Eminem Or Instantly Suck Ass Like Vanilla Ice (Beats Forehead Into Wall*) FML
But I Mean Shit Drake Recently Been Takin A lot Of Dancehall Music Influence And Theres Rappers Like Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) Joey Badass Or Tory Lanez Ect. That Get Pretty Jamaican Soundin Without Any Backlash At All If Anythin The Audience Eats It Up
At The End Of The Day Your Jamaican Try And Worry About The Stigma Cuz That Accent Is Somethin That Will Make You Stand Out Just As Much As It Boxes You In And Its A Part Of You ( Plus I Think Americans Are Startin To Gravitate Towards That Dancehall / Reggae Vibe Anyway )
Keep It Up Man!
not really my type of music/sound, but there's a vibe to it here. the beat could've used more diversity but other than that this is enjoyable.