Where can I get Hip-Hop Acapellas? (For D&B Mixing)

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  1. drumfunet

    drumfunet New Member

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    I want to mix some Hip-Hop Vocals in some D&B tracks on my computer, anyone know where to get a boatload of acapellas? Old-School, New School doesn't matter as long as its quality MC's!
     
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    Got a really good site in my bookmarks at home but I am at work so will send it over later. Other than that if you search for acapella forums in google you get quite good ones up.
     
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    Thanks for the forum link! I'll wait for that bookmark too!:)
     
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    http://djazmatic.com/

    Click on Acapellas here, thought there was another good one too but cant find it now!?
     
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    Fuck. Seriously i'm really trying to get into this. I am. But for fuck sakes, why, when whoever, decided to start this new genre, a supposed sub-grenre of d&b, decided to make tunes at 65 bpm so they wouldn't mix with d&b (or anything really, except for grime, and breaks really) - I don't get it.

    Tunes are cool and all, but if they don't mix with d&b then people can't mix it in to the genre they came from. Like, dubstep would be soooo much better if it was hiphop speed, 80-90 bpm or so. Then, these dark huge hiphop style tunes could be mixed perfectly into d&b.

    I'll never understand that - so until they bump the bpm to hiphop speed, I won't be buying any dubstep tunes. Sorry, it's like, if I spin dubstep, then I can't spin d&b in the same set, which doesn't work for me.
     
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    Lucidproduction i aint fraid of no ghosts

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    yes tempo is a bitch.