Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Don Cannon's "Got Instrumentals 70" review

It has been a long time coming that I show some love for these 'Got Instrumentals' mixtapes. Don Cannon has kept hosting them for years now, and I really appreciate him for this. What these do is give any aspiring artist a chance to find their sound. You can just download this and keep it playing to set any mood. Plus, there are alot of popular chart banger beats on here, so everyone will recognize how it swags with Track 22- Luke Nasty's "Might Be" prod, Polo Boy Shawty.

What's really nice about instrumentals, is it allows you to really clear your mind. Sure it's nice to hear a talented lyricist spit, but sometimes you just wanna hear the beat speak to you. There are alot of talented producers out there that work really hard. These mixtapes are a substantial showcase for anybody to present what they have to offer. I am all for someone making their money, and it will never be funny when you hear Track 21- Bankroll Fresh's "Screen Door" prod. Mike WiLL Made-It & Pluss.

I know this is pretty long, but it's alright. It's good just to download these and have playing in your house on random. It's pretty cool and I do it all the time. Music is good to help make sure you stay on your grind. Gotta stay focused on the task at hand, and remove yourself from messed up situations. Everything works out in the long run, and you will have fun with Track 12- Bryson Tiller's "Don't" prod. Dope Boi Beatz.

I am always willing to write reviews for any mixtape. There are so many talented beat makers out there, but very few of them make mixtape releases for people to hear their beat for free. I don't understand why because that is an excellent way to grow your name recognition. I perfect marketing too to get people to purchase more beats. Just makes sense to me. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



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