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Instrumental - TEMP 140 - Style Migos
Here is my latest hip hop beat similar to the style of a Migos called "Remind Me". The instrumental is super simplistic and it carries elements of a basic Migos trap-style drum pattern, while the curx of the instrumental is driven by hypnotic chopped and screwed male vocal hook.
The beat has a very deep 808 drum pattern and a much faster high hat which alternates every 4 bars. Behind the instrumental, you will find a drone like a pad that just removes the silences of the track.The beat is pretty minimalistic as are the majority of the Migos hard trap instrumentals. Rappers like The Migos like to have tons of space for adlibs and vocal chops which helps create their signature sound
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BEHIND THE MAKING OF THE INSTRUMENTAL
In specific sections of the instrumental beat, you will hear the kick, snare and claps alternate to create a different flare and sound that we are familiar with the Migos. Reading an article from NME I found a specific section where Quavo speaks about making their signature sound.
Quavo says: “We influenced everything going on right now, from pop to country and, of course, hip-hop. But I’ve even heard it on pop music – and they be in denial. Every time we do sum’n’, we see it but they ain’t gon’ give us credit because they might have added a little seasoning salt or a little pepper.”
: “In 2013, music didn’t have the bounce or the cadence. And at first, no one could really hear what we were saying and they played with us when we first came in[to the rap world] because no one caught the flow. Article source NME.