G-funk


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G-funk

A slow and understated form of gangsta rap invented in the early 1990s by rap artist Dr Dre.
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Grande was at the beating heart of that record, even if she only officially guested on one track, G-funk serenade My Favourite Part .
He hit more West Coast G-Funk grooves on numbers like Alright, while Backseat Freestyle let his band cut loose, grinding out a huge, oppressive riff.
One such song is "Intentions," a laidback G-Funk ride down Martin Luther King, Jr.
It's essentially acid G-funk. The video--which features Arnold's family and friends in the Jordan Downs housing projects, singing along with a cardboard cutout of their dearly departed friend--is a thing of unique beauty.
Coupled with his G-Funk sound, he's catching the attention of countless industry tastemakers and hip-hop fans alike.
Sonically, Born in Paradise is a melting pot of G-funk inspired Hip-Hop production, compositional elements of R&B and Smooth Jazz, as well as Electronic synth layering/texturing.
Pick of the bunch is last track She, with its G-Funk bounce and scorching keyboards.
Despite their ubiquity, Beats are often criticized for turning up the bass at the expense of every other sound, which would make sense given their g-funk pioneer namesake.
Snoop Dogg Rapper and original G-funk pioneer, involved in hip-
Blind Boy Boat Club said of the new record: "It's Limerick G-Funk mixed with a bit of Limerick blues.
On Friday night, Georgia's band, G-Funk, also fought off fierce competition and won a battle of the bands competition at Newcastle College.