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Time For A Change feat. AOD



 Genre: Hip Hop-Rap

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I was playing with the clavachord chillin' out with AOD when I threw down a basic instrumental that was too catchy to pass up. This is a quick project, but I couldn't justify just letting it sit in my iTunes folder.
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Hits: 3100
Comments: 4
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Uploaded: Apr 06, 2006 - 09:00:57 PM
Last Updated: Apr 06, 2006 - 06:30:08 PM Last Played: Jul 21, 2019 - 04:44:08 PM
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charliechen said 4912 days ago (April 7th, 2006)
Why don't you have a record contract?
I am consistently impressed with your extraordinary lyric writing skills. And your rapping is exceptional as well, so rhythmic, energetic, and full of purpose.

I thought that the background music for this one is still a little raw. It needs some fleshing out. But I really like the use of non-traditional-for-rap instruments, like the strings.

Well done.
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said 4912 days ago (April 7th, 2006)
I like it
As always are you good man...great all the way...
like it greatly...Nice work....keep 'em coming
Ancient Rhymer said 4909 days ago (April 10th, 2006)
Well Done my friend, Well Done
It think AOD starts off a little rough but his verse follows thru and as always shows progression in the steps he takes as a poet turned rapper (I'm not using the term as a label but I think it's a good visual for anybody who doesn't know Christian)

As always I bump hip-hop, catchy hip-hop, like the stuff that sticks in your head for 2 minutes after you listen to it, you analyze it. You first question why it sticks in your head and you play it again. This music doesn't do it for me as much as Serious Delirium or Kinetical Storm does, then again I might be biased because I produced the beats and I absolutely love my own personal progression as a artist. But the tracks that you complete without any of my input are unique works of art. On that note, I commend your work. Good Job my friend, keep progressing.

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DynamicMind said 4908 days ago (April 11th, 2006)
What is your means of production?
It's has a good blend of the musis, i like the beat
Jazzy is always king and is where rap was born
The rapper is talking about good stuff he's not about
being gangster! def a plus, it's smart rap conceptual
to a story plot rap.
Its a good song but i can hear it's home made
Maby you could elaborate on the end violence to fill out some the presence.
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