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    Default What do you think about Eminem as a producer?

    Whenever he decides to hang it up as an emcee; I see him getting a lot of props as a producer; he is nice with the beats and I hope to see more of him on that side of the boards in the future. He makes those dark beats that sound like they should be played late at night. Not too many people seem to recognize how nice he is on the M.P.C.

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    post an example or something

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    Not great, I think his beats are very generic sounding and all sorta sound da same. They all follow the same formula, when I first heard one of his beats I thought it was pretty good, but the more I heard I realised in terms of producing he was a bit of a one trick pony.

    Unless he's done sum real dope shit in da last year or two as I don't think I've heard a beat produced by him in a fu years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durag View Post
    Not great, I think his beats are very generic sounding and all sorta sound da same. They all follow the same formula, when I first heard one of his beats I thought it was pretty good, but the more I heard I realised in terms of producing he was a bit of a one trick pony.

    Unless he's done sum real dope shit in da last year or two as I don't think I've heard a beat produced by him in a fu years

    this entire post right here ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckshotstheone View Post
    this entire post right here ^

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    im not a big fan of his production.
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    he has the skills but i dont like his vibe. He'd sound so much better over different type of beats, for example the ones timbaland used to do a decade ago...

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    "Production time; I heard you are making beats
    but do not program the drums, do not program the keys
    do not program the bass, producer? liar! Doing that shit is like hiring a ghostwriter"

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    I like The Way I Am, that Sitar loop in Pistol, Pistol is another example of an uncommonly used instrument in hip hop creating a surefire banger; American Psycho, That's How....; co produced by Denaun Porter, I liked it that Purple Pills incorporated a harmonica in the beat; that is something you usually do not hear in hip hop; it makes it like the didgeridoo loop in Heavy Mental; Devil's Night, Girls, Soldier, I never particularly cared for Superman until I heard it in a bar on some good speakers and not the crappy ones I have at home and I heard all kinds of subtle bass and instruments I could not hear on my weak ass home speakers; When the Music Stops; co produced by Denaun Porter, Love Me; this is definitely one of my top three Eminem produced beats and showed his true skill to me as a producer; Don't Push Me I would also include in my top three; Go to Sleep would round out my top three; hearing D.M.X. and Eminem on a track together is just priceless; this is something you need a good system to really appreciate; We All Die One Day is a monster; everybody came off on this; Thankfully they just let Tony Yayo do background vocals and not ruin the track; Welcome to D Block is another surefire banger; Loyalty hits hard; 6 in the Morning is thugged out; Get My Gun is another joint everybody comes off on; I'm Supposed to Die Tonight is ridiculously hard; Jamaican Girl is a joint for women to shake their ass to; Kill Me A Mutha embodies everything I like about most Eminem beats; dark and simple but effective; You Don't Know knocks things off of my walls and shelves everytime I play it at full volume; it was a wise move to stick Tony Yayo in the background again for this one because all he does is ruin everything he gets on; Trapped makes you wish it was a full song; the joints he did for Ca$his' e.p. were nice also; Psycho is a nice little joint 50 Cent gets hype on and his joints on Hellhe Sequel brought the beast out of them; I admit thinking that their chemistry had diluted since their time apart but this mini project proved me wrong; with that being said; I am looking forward to more fire beats from Eminem in the coming years.

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    your last post was a good one

    that said, i don't really fuck with eminem

    no soul in his beats
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    no soul in his beats[/QUOTE]

    thats a widespread issue
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    Em's beats have a ''dark'' slow tone, that only really fit his own flow and style. It's like he's thinking how HE would sound on them, rather than the artists he's making them for

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    His beats are too hard and lack smoothness. Lotta aggression on there.

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