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How They Came Up: The Lex Luger Story - Indie Hip Hop Blog

How They Came Up: The Lex Luger Story - Indie Hip Hop Blog | Beat producing | Scoop.it
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Coltyn CBeezy McDow's comment, September 11, 2013 3:28 PM
This article shows how someone can up in the industry without high quality equipment. Hard work pays off in the end if you have your goals set high and on what you want to accomplish.
Errick Deykallmehpeoples's curator insight, October 7, 2015 10:20 PM

I like the story of how  lot of producers had no schooling and became a sensation in today's society. Just by chasing your dreams and using your resources that have been provided.

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Lex Luger Talks About His Beat Making Abilities! | HipHopStan.com

Lex Luger Talks About His Beat Making Abilities! | HipHopStan.com | Beat producing | Scoop.it
Lex Luger talks about how he started to learn about beats. Find out how Lex entered the producing game for your favorite hip-hop artist.
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Coltyn CBeezy McDow's comment, September 11, 2013 3:29 PM
Lex can create number one hits in 15 minutes. When he has his mind set on making beats he gets it done, no playing around.
Darius DaRhon Brown's curator insight, November 10, 2013 8:46 PM

I enjoyed this because this is a great beat producer and he tell his story about how he created his beats and got them to artist like Rick Ross, Jay z, and Kanye. It also shows how  his work ethic has been paying off. 

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Lex Luger Can Write a Hit Rap Song in the Time It Takes to Read This

Lex Luger Can Write a Hit Rap Song in the Time It Takes to Read This | Beat producing | Scoop.it
How a kid with a laptop at his dad’s kitchen table came to define the moment in hip-hop.
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Coltyn CBeezy McDow's comment, September 11, 2013 3:33 PM
No matter where you come from or what kind of equipment a person has, you can still achieve in a lot. All Lex had was a computer and a demo of Fl studios, but look where he is at now.
Honorable Daniel Adjei's curator insight, December 10, 2013 8:46 PM

 

This article was written by Alex Pappademes; a staff contributor at Grantland.com, a sport website based in California. This is the first time hearing Lex Luger's name so I looked him up on YouTube and this is what showed up: http://youtu.be/av7F5vV3wus ;

Lex Luger makes a beats from starts to finish. I think, he is actually everything Pappademes say he is. In the music industry, it's is all about figuring out how to do something. Pappademes states that "someone figure out how to get a wierd noise out of some piece of technology not design to make that noise, someone figure out a way to make a drum machine say the same old thing with a different accent and the whole rap world tilts on its axis." In addition, I think the music industry is all about learning how to get your voice heard, which ever way necessary to get your voice heard is importants and critical for the next generation.

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The Pros & Cons Of Tagging Your Music.

The Pros & Cons Of Tagging Your Music. | Beat producing | Scoop.it
The last few weeks I've come across a few discussions online about whether or not you should tag your music when shopping it.  So I figured I'd throw in my two cents about the pros and cons of tagg...
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Darius DaRhon Brown's curator insight, November 10, 2013 8:53 PM

This was very informational on how to protect your beats.  I found it to be helpful to make sure I go and start doing things a litlle but differently. 

Honorable Daniel Adjei's curator insight, December 10, 2013 8:13 PM

 

The author has a unique way of looking at how people are illegally downloading and stealing other artist music and beats. Even though this article is opinionated I agree with him on most of the concept discussed in this article. Tagging your music is indeed good for you. I agree that tagging your music helps to build your brand name. If done correctly it can discourage other artist from stealing the music. This is a sample of beats I made with my brand name tagged all over the music in a specific places of the song: http://youtu.be/MPN8ot4sgN4

Eventhough my brand name is tagged all over the beats, another artist can recreate the beat and use it in their project and release it within minutes of recording.

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Top 10 Lex Luger Tracks You Probably Haven't Heard (But Probably Should)

Top 10 Lex Luger Tracks You Probably Haven't Heard (But Probably Should) | Beat producing | Scoop.it
In 2010, a new generation of rap producers, from AraabMuzik to Droop-E, made huge strides both artistically and commercially. But...
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