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where u dey by yorubaswagga



I love that driving reggae sound. I don't know much about this style, but this is perfect for dancing!
Comment Written by Danarg on 12-Jun-2014

Lightbringer



A little short. The rap does not sound authentic enough to me - I guess because I hear so much of it, but the track was mixed way to low and the bass and drums should have been more to the forefront even more than the other track instruments. I'm glad you submitted it though, because a little constructive criticism helps us all and I want you to be a winner! so keep at it and good luck to you.
Comment Written by Danarg on 16-May-2014
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

Rawaniya by orisunpraize



I really like this one. It is so sweet melodic and the instrumentation, in that we don't hear it everyday here in the U.S., is so refreshing and soothing. All the best to you!
Comment Written by Danarg on 16-May-2014

2 wit 2 woo by John David Coupland
Chapter 7 of the book Solo guitar



This is so interesting and yes, it does remind me of Franz Liszt. Your timing is great and great technique.
Comment Written by Danarg on 15-May-2014

Life of the Party ft. ATG (Freestyl by GoldenGate



This style rap seems very dated to me. There is no variation and nothing makes this song stick out from all the others I hear on the radio. You must be all using the same rhythm tracks. But if you want to be original and noticed, try doing something - well, original.
Comment Written by Danarg on 11-May-2014

Lullaby Before The End by datka98



The style and subject matter add a great deal of credence to this piece. I understand the idea of ending it abruptly and the heartbeat at the end and it's very interesting indeed. I hope you've had good luck with this on YouTube and good luck on your next album.
Comment Written by Danarg on 11-May-2014

just wait on it by young miguel



This song is really badly produced and badly performed, but other than that it's really good. I am not sure if you're serious, so I'm reviewing it a little tongue in cheek, but actually the above is true. You need to do a lot more listening to this genre before you attempt to compose it. Learning the correct way to produce and sing can be very rewarding if you really want it.
Comment Written by Danarg on 11-May-2014

Gotta Go, Go, Go by dhentosh



I like this soulful tempo better than the frenetic beat I hear on most of these club songs right now. You actually have lyrics and a melody line. Whoa! It's reminiscent of Tower of Power with all the horns - and also remind me a little of Blood, Sweat and Tears. Nice song and easy to dance to :)
Comment Written by Danarg on 11-May-2014

Lynda Law I dont want your love by lynda law



What I heard of the song was an interesting tempo, but there was a glitch and I didn't get to hear the entire song. Perhaps you can download it again because it sounded like a fun song and great for clubs.
Comment Written by Danarg on 11-May-2014

Iyawo Mi by freecode



This is a nice song with a great rhythm section. But there's not a lot of variation in this type of song and its not similar to my writing style, but I can definitely hear it being played in a club atmosphere!
Comment Written by Danarg on 11-May-2014


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