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Beant Singh

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About Beant Singh

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    Male
  • Location
    England (UK)

Music Background

  • Band / Artist Name
    Beant
  • Musical Influences
    Skepta, kendrick Lamar, Pac, Biggie, Humble the poet, Krept, Konan, Wretch 32, Raxstar, Fateh, J cole

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    Interested

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    Give It To Me Both Barrels

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  1. Electronic tune with '80s bits

    This is so good! I personally would prefer if the kick had more of punch and was made more prominent. The vocals are great and the arrangement is so dope. Great work!
  2. Lyin' (Studio Version)

    Thanks man! My delivery is something I'm constantly trying to work on. I think because I am literally reading off a phone it loses something. Often when I freestyle off the top it sounds a lot more passionate - I guess it's about bringing that same energy to written verses. Thanks!
  3. Lyin' (Studio Version)

    Lol, seems as though I forgot to add it- thanks for letting me know. I edited it in.
  4. Lyin' (Studio Version)

    Hey guys new song! Any critique would be appreciated. Again, I went for a chill/cloud rap vibe. Lyrics: They be lyin when they talk; They be lyin when they talk; Lyin when they talk; They be lyin when they tallk; Lyin when they they talk; They be lyin when they talk; On the gram they be posting; But I know that its nonsense; girls photoshopping rappers they be flopping; When I flow there's no stopping; These rappers they are dodging: Saying that they're trapping; But they're fake... No ones clapping; I am walking I am running they be talking they be Bunning; But they're fake and they know it cause they ain't on nothing; They be lying about my history; Keeping that away from me; They're leaving me blind; So now I cant survive; They be lying when they teach; They be lying all week; They wont tell me the truth; Keep me from my roots; They be fasting all month then eat pork when its done; Tell you off for haram but they don't do halal; They be lyin when they talk; They be lyin when they talk; Lyin when they talk; They be lyin when they tallk; Lyin when they they talk; They be lyin when they talk; This is more than fun I just burnt my tounge; Spit fire from my lungs guess I'm burning 'em; Give me beats; ill murder 'em; Walk streets in Birmingham with a turban on and fit right in like I'm part of 'em; We're all one I don't part with 'em all my boys got heart in 'em; They're permanent there's no hurting 'em; The best of them dont depend; Just pray to god that's medicine; I'm blessed to be from Leamington; We ain't peddling but still feds meddling; Give us problems like we're menacing; We're just working tryina get some money in; Tryina get a million apparently I look militant; Not intelligent but I'm trying write like im tennyson; I'm heaven sent I'm ready son if you wanna go we're battling; MCs need to listen to what I'm tellin em; MCs hate enemies talk about shellin em; I filter out their lies like sediment; I'm adamant I'm shelving em keep your bullshit to the mimum; Think your powerful Ozymandias; Your reign will fall just check the script: Looking at me all envious; You know I'm like Odysseus; They miss this shit a true lyricist who's bringing it;
  5. Wild Flower - A song about strength and endurance

    Really dig this man! Great work. I like the background vocals and the lead vocals, it's a dope song man. I also like the progression of the song. In terms of critique I think a stronger drum pattern, with a louder kick would make it sound more punchy, but that's just personal preference I guess.
  6. Rhythm Groove 2

    This is really dope. I like the funky vibes. The drum pattern could be improved by changing the mix around. The low end isn't clear and sounds muffled. But good track!
  7. Outside (Studio Version)

    Cheers, thanks man!
  8. She’s In Love

    This is really good. The vocals sound really good and the whole song has a dope vibe... not usually into this kind of thing but this was really nice. The only thing is the harmonica overtaking the vocals a bit -but that's been mentioned. Overall a really cool song man
  9. Outside (Studio Version)

    Thanks man! Will fix the distortion for sure. cheers!
  10. Outside (Studio Version)

    Cheers for the advice I will definitley change up the instrumental in the future to keep it engaging. When it comes to the vocals, perhaps it's the accent? I know a lot of people from the US state how they find grime difficult to understand because of the accent. But that being said, i will try get more clarity in my delivery in future, thank you. Thaks man!
  11. Outside (Studio Version)

    Thanks for the input. I Will do more than a couple takes in the future for sure, hopefully will get better verses that way. and will definitely switch up the instrumental more to keep it exciting. Perhaps could've changed the beat up through the song. Cheers : )
  12. Rap Freestyle Critique

    Yeah bro for sure! What do you think of these two?
  13. Outside (Studio Version)

    Yeah I can hear it in my voice now, will definitely do more takes aha. Yeah we'll definitely work to keep the instrumentals exciting and engaging. I think you've got a good point with the devellopment to be fair, i tink we sometimes work too fast and don't spend enough time perfecting each song. That's something we'll definitely change. Thanks a lot for the feedback it's much appreciated
  14. Rap Freestyle Critique

    As a raper myself, this went hard... especially for a freestyle. You sounded confident, but at times your flow went a bit off like at 1:21 but given that it's a freestyle that's understandable. The wordplay and backwards rap was really cool quite unique. Overall I thought it was great, I listened to it a couple times just because i thought you went in aha. Nice work man
  15. Outside (Studio Version)

    Thanks for the feedback, it's really appreciated! I actually started rapping first, I mean I've been doing classical indian vocals since I was little but I guess it's different to western styles.I think you have a point on the confidence thing this was the first track I released where I'm singing, i'll try sounding more full next time. I did the bars in a couple takes, I'll do more next time and try blend them to get the best one. Do you mind letting me know whereabouts I messed up the flow? (It can be difficult to find stuff like this when you've done it yourself) cheers. The music is mainly a sample looped, for some reason we (me and my producer) found it really difficult to find a melody that was in key that we could introduce so we added a bass line and drums in.
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