This was one of the most fun songs I've ever had the pleasure of creating. Literally, it has a lot of finesse and pounds hard, yet still retains it's dynamics for vocals on top. It's very reminiscent of early 2000's alternative and emo music, which is a style that's been popping off lately. (With new rappers like Lil Uzi, Lil Peep, Trippie Redd, etc.) I'm sure this scene will grow more with depression becoming a reoccurring theme among media today.
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I made this track with an electric piano melody then started adding the 808's to it. At first, finishing this song seemed like a challenge but I ended up making it in one day. Once you add the hi-hats and claps, it's not hard to continue making a beat from that point. All you have to do is come up with interesting patterns but still be familiar enough so that people like your shit.
Hell, making instrumentals is kind of like writing a book; You get the ideas that eventually turn into chapters, those chapters were formed by paragraphs which ended up becoming pages. Just when you thought you were finished you have to top it all off with mixing and mastering.
Drop in the Ocean and Do It - How I Made This Song
It all began when I was trying to find vocals to sample. I eventually came across it and began to get to work. Then the beat took off, and then the synth notes, and eventually I came up with the name. The beginning catch phrase of the song "my mom got fucking wasted" is actually a pretty funny story, yet makes so much sense.