I’ve previously talked about how important it is for rappers having professional hip hop instrumentals; well, dirty south beats are even, if possible, more important for dirty south artists. Why is so ? The beat is a major factor of the overall song in this genre: it needs to stand out, make people want to move on the dance floor. Melodies in dirty south are often very simple and repetitive, and often they change pitch every 4 or 8 bar (depending if you think of dirty south as a 70 or 140 bpm genre); this leaves enough room for the bass to hit hard (which is fundamental, a lot more then in any other hip hop sub-genres!), which is why this type of beat works so well in the clubs.
Dirty South Beats – Choose wisely
While many rappers underestimate the value of dirty south artists and songs, rapping at 70 bpm is quite hard. 90 to 95 bpm beats are actually easier to spit on, to write lyrics too as well. By rapping so slow, rap artists need a great flow and vocal impact on the beat. That’s why world-wide know rappers such as Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and so many others can rhyme so slow and still be effective. It’s all about “how ” you say what you say, and this goes for whatever hip hop beats but even more for dirty south. When you choose this type of instrumental and you decide to buy beats for your next hit, make sure your flow and skills are developed to your fullest, and try different instrumentals in order to understand better on which ones you can give your best.
Dirty South Beats – Beatzunami Instrumentals
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Here’s a Beat Video HD with the preview of one of our Dirty South Beats, which was actually sold as an Exclusive and is no longer for sale, but if you want a custom dirty south beat, you can ask us to produce one that fits you by contacting us.