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Track 11 - 'Exhale" Rap Written and Performed by Essam Muhammad Beatbox Performed by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged Track 1-11 by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Exhale - I rediscover my long lost archive, I recorded and composed this track in 2011 after I first bought Korg Kaosspad 3. I love this idea because it sounded cold, chill and had lo-fi vibe to it. I played with reverb and delays to achieve the vocal choir. I layered more vocals and bassline on the original track with much more high quality recording equipment. I extracted Essam Muhamad's verse from Auta and put it on this beat. It work so well on his verse and his voice and I end it with doing beatbox scratching. This I chose to be the outro because of how it sounds. I named it Exhale as I've explained similar in Inhale.
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 10 - "Auta" Rap Written and Performed by Hade$ Beatbox Performed, Hook Written and Performed by Shazet Sounds Lecture by Ustaz Don Daniyal Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Auta - Composed and produced this track since 2011. I used Zoom H2n to record this track and arranged it in my DAW. When I record my human violin sounds, I was very sad for what happened with my life at that time. I put the emotion on my human violin. I wrote the lyric sometimes in April 2012. I recorded the hook few months later at Swek Crib which held by Eyl from Krayziesoundz. Many artists I showed this track most of it wanted to be on it because they like the instrumental but I reject them, I want the right artist to be on it, not simply to hop on it. I originally wanted myself to rap on this but my verse I wrote at time wasn't up to my standard. I wrote many times for this verse then came to a point I let it slide. I come back later for this. Near end of 2016, Essam Muhammad came to Malaysia because he got some projects to do with my friend Salem Abduhu, with me for an EP and as well for his tracks I am featured in, "Song of the Crickets". I already pre-shared this instrumental to Essam while he is still in Seattle, USA. He wrote a verse to my concept I've given. It was in English. In May 2017, I opened up this project session and I layer my vocals on the hook with lots of emotion. I recorded this after someone broke my heart and it was painful. I pour all my sadness in this song. Then came to a point, it bothers me in 2018, this song is better all in Malay because the hook was in Malay that I wrote and performed. But I like Essam's verse. This track was originally called "Blinded by Confusion". So I muted his verse and I have a listen who I wanted to rap in Malay for this track. I contacted Hade$, she's a fan of mine. She used to followed up my movement and I didn't know she could rap until her audition on 16 Baris. I had an option, if I don't get any reply from her, I might rap on this. She replied and said yes and she was very happy to hop on it. Why I want her because of her lyrics, she can write amazing quality lyrics, also her voice was unique and she has amazing flow. Before I send her the instrumental to her, I changed the title of the song to "Auta". - Interview w/ Hade$ - Q: What can you tell about yourself? A: The name given is Hades, I'm from Gombak, Selangor. 23 years old woman in a body of a 12 year old kid. Q: How do you get involved into music? A: Since I was in high school but specifically in hip hop music, approximately only 10 months ago (2018). Q: Have you ever work with a beatboxer before? A: Nope. Shazet is the first. Q: Where did you get your inspiration to write for Auta? A: Its an old poem that I wrote back in 2013 from an old underground zine that I published. Q: What do you hope for Auta to happened? A: Hope that my poetry can be heard, appreciated and understood from this project. Q: Where can people follow your updates? A: IG and Twitter (I post daily memes here) - @kungfuhades
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 9 - "Dipukau" Vocals and Rap Written and Performed by Takahara Suiko Beatbox Performed by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Dipukau - Takahara Suiko is one of the best and talented Malaysian producer, singer, lyricist I ever discovered and met! Originally I produced and composed since 2011 using Korg Kaosspad 3. I intend I do the singing and rapping on this track but I was young my lyrics was cheesy and cringey but I love this instrumental so much. Since then I can't stop remembering this melody in my head, it was dark and inspiring. After I've achieved the sound I wanted for beatboxing, I wanted to record this in the highest quality ever. I rerecord the track with my current recording equipment. After composing and producing, I had few listens and this track is very suitable to have a female vocals in it. Then began my journey finding the right female artist specially for this track. The first artist I had in my mind was Shadia Mansour a british palestinian singer and emcee who can sings and raps in Arabic and English. Shadia Mansour had that voice I wanted for this track. I never met Shadia Mansour before so I contacted her by email, I told her in that email I wanted to do a record together with her. I sent this track over to her, she loved the track but she's been quiet ever since I emailed her few times again, no reply whatsoever. Then I lost hope for quite sometime, who I can find a female artist just like her? Who can rap and sing at the same time. I did my research who I want to collaborate with. I contacted few female artists majority didn't reply me at all. I wanted Kimbra to be on it but how do I can in touch with her? She is under Warner Music. It is totally impossible. I am so at lost and I almost gave up to look for a female artist. I said why not I just do it myself, I sing and rap on it, no problem I can do it. But then I remember about Takahara Suiko, I knew and discovered her since 2012 on YouTube, she will play all these crazy gadget to create music, I browse through her works she put online. She does weird music from glitch to malay folk music. I already contacted at that time through email. At that time, I wanted to create music with her but not beatboxing it was under Xzet Sicknal alias. But it didn't happened, few years later, October 2017, I contacted her again, that I wanted to do a song with her, she said yes and I'm with lost of hope sent Dipukau instrumental, I know that she could sing but I didn't know she could rap at all, with the lost of hope as before, I told her you can freely change the concept in writing the lyrics then I said I wanted to have a rap at this certain part of this track. I showed some few female rap artists she can influenced from, I told her originally I wanted Shadia Mansour and I show her some of Shadia's music. After sending the instrumental, I did go to YouTube and listen to some Taka's songs and stumbled across which she was featured in Altimet's track. I was like wow! she really killed it on her part in that track. Then my hope was up again, I hope she will kill the vocals for Dipukau. Few weeks later in November 2017, she email me back her demo of Dipukau with no rap verse but a mock up rap to flow with, I replied I loved the lyrics at the same time I was really at lost for the rap verse because I want the rap to be aggressive. Most female rappers in Malaysia who raps in Malay are soft in terms of delivery, I did my research was about to contact Zamaera or Hade$ to be on it but I didn't contact both them. End of December, she sends another demo of Dipukau this time with the rap verse in it. First time I heard she flows and raps, blew my mind, especially in Malay, I couldn't stop listening to the demo because it was that good and that flow though. I was like this is it and it is even better than what I was expecting! I replied back to her, we need to rerecord your vocal at a proper studio with high quality equipment. I contacted Illegal for a recording session, Illegal is very well known because he has recorded OAG, Siti Nurhaliza, Too Phat, Cat Farish and many more. So I guided her on the rap verse on how to coming in well and end it well. She did her rap part in one take and it was crazy! Blew away the recording engineer Illegal, he was like, "Where do you find all these artists? She raps like Busta Rhymes". Well, every time I book a recording session with Illegal I always brought up talented musicians to record on my track. This will be the best track of this album and probably will be be the best song in Malaysia's music playlist or might spread through Indonesia and I hope worldwide too, InshaAllah. I hope she will blew up from this song and more female rappers like her after this. - Interview w/ Takahara Suiko - Q: What can you tell about yourself? A: I am Takahara Suiko from the band The Venopian Solitude. Q: How do you get involved into music? A: Started writing when I was 17 (2007), started recording demos at 18, and joined a label in 2013 and from there became a full-fledged band. Left the label in 2016 and has been independent since. Q: Have you ever work with a beatboxer before? A: No, this is my first time. Q: When do you learn to rap as you did in the Dipukau track? A: From listening to a few rappers over the years, from US, Japan, Korea, Germany and a few others, and then some local underground rappers. Q: Where did you get your inspiration to write for Dipukau? A: The inspiration comes right off the bat from listening to the original demo of Dipukau, and knowing the title helped in developing the story into something that revolves around getting 'enchanted/entranced'. Q: What do you hope for Dipukau to happened? A: For it to live on. Q: Where can people follow your updates? A: https://thevenopiansolitude.com
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 8 - "Beatbox Instinct" Beatbox Perform by Pahlawan (Artsy & Heartzel), Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Beatbox Instinct - Recorded this end of 2016. I called Artsy that I wanted to do an EP with him. So we record our beatbox library. We recorded many tracks but for this is by instinct and feels. I came up with the singing melody and Artsy did the lead voice somewhat sounded like a violin or a synth. So this track supposed to be just me and Artsy. Then I move on and totally forgot about this track. Then later Artsy teamed up with Heartzel as a duo and called themselves as, "Pahlawan". I am amazed that Malaysia have this kind of talent which yet to discover. One day, I opened this track recording session, I was surprised and say, did me and Artsy actually did this? I was like, I need to mix this properly, so the track is just like no climax whatsoever, sounded just nice as it is but it misses something, then I decided I need a drop on the 2nd part. I ask myself, why not I call Heartzel to my studio and finish it off since Artsy already teamed up with him. Heartzel did inward vocalized bass and that high-pitch-whine-third-voice-whistle. I end it with ghost and ghost snares. Everything goes by instinct when recording this.The ambience are actually all my vocals doing winds to leaves to birds to rumbling earth.
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 7 - "Skit / Non-Data" Script Written and Voice Acted by Shazet Beatbox Performed by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged Track 1-11 by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Skit / Non-Data - Before the skit begins there are some vocals loop, that was recorded using Boss RC-505, it is actually from archive that supposed to be part of "Padan Muka". At the beginning of producing this album I always wanted to have a skit. I then wrote a script which influenced by human and computer interacting to each other. Most cyberpunk movies have this interaction scenes. Since this album's concept is cyberpunk I wanted to have a similar concept. Also I often inspired by audiences who always praises me after my showcases that I sound like a robot or a machine. It is actually common to receive this kind of praises from people to whom are beatboxers. So to write a sketch like this in Malay is quite hard. Not many Malay dramas, skits or movies I can refer to. Often to do this in Malay, the dialogue will sounds to cringey or cheesy, yet overall it will sound so bad. Many Malay movies failed to get this right from voice acting and voice effects. I don't like the typical phaser effect just to sound robotic. No. So I came with my own style in term of sounds as I imagined it. The way I wrote this script is very poetic and it was somewhat inspired by how the 15th century malay speakers might talk at that time. After the skit it blends to Non-Data, it is actually a failed/leftover track I did for "Padan Muka" which I like it. I renamed this track and this happened.
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 6 - "Padan Muka" Beatbox Performed by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Padan Muka - This is the hardest track I ever produced and composed. Why? It is because I wanted to achieve similar to Neurofunk genre. Usually in aggressive neurofunk tracks, the intro was dark, the drop was hard and dirty. Since 2011, I composed over 20+ times to get the right intro, drop, breaks, bridge, 2nd drop and ending. Most of the track I composed before, wasn't up to my standard. I got the right intro but I managed get a decent drop but it wasn't aggressive as I imagined or wanted. I can easily do this when I actually as Xzet Sicknal meaning using real non-beatbox sounds, VSTs and plugin synths. But as a beatboxer it is very hard to achieve because it human not electronics. So I took a rest and I even studied and adapt how my favourite neurofunk producers produced. Then I came to an understanding how to actually do it. I record the drop first as usual when I do this kind of tempo then in the intro, breaks and so on. I had the drop but how do I blend the intro for the 1st drop and the bridge before the 2nd drop? This is the hardest part to achieve for me. Then I layer my singing vocal multiples times to get that dark tone. The gnarly bass sound for the 2nd drop was actually me doing inward bass scream with minor addition effects of distortion, flanger and pitch shifter. Finally in June 2018, I achieve what I wanted. The phrase "Padan Muka" was actually I sampled myself from the video I did in 2011, "Made In Malaysia", a beatbox freestyle music video. The video was quite popular at that time, just recently I private the video because I want to renew my image and sounds. So I sampled "Padan Muka" as a tribute. I can proudly say this is the "hardest" track for a human beatbox track ever, pun intended. It might inspires various artists sooner especially in the beatboxing communities worldwide.
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 5 - "Speak Up" Beatbox Performed by Sady, Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Speak Up - I actually wanted an Indonesian to feature in my album as well. I contact many Indonesian beatboxers, I wanted Ego Firnando and Neolizer. However, I didn't got no response from them. Then I contact Yusuf Sintesa, he got an issue while recording, so it didn't happened. I really wanted to have an Indonesian. Then I remember Sady but I knew him as Sadam because I was the judge for Java Beatbox Festival in 2013, Sadam was crowned as the champion. Then Sadam renamed himself to Sady for his stagename. He stated to play with Boss Loopstation RC-505. He then later was crowned as 2017 Asia Beatbox Champion in Loopstation category. I contacted Sady and discuss how my workflow over Skype. I showed him a sample how the album will be mixed. He listened to it how clear the track is mixed and he was very interested to be in it. I asked him to record some of his beatbox library and he sent me over his sounds. From there I arranged and composed this track in tempo of half time for Drum And Bass. The glitch part was very much influenced by one of Sady's routine. I did a speed beatbox routine as the climax before it ends. The cough before I started doing this routine, it is actually a real cough because it was that many takes I didn't have any breaks. However, this take was the best out of all. Intentionally, I wanted SkilleR to be in but he was too busy. Then I contacted Shah from Uzbekistan but he was busy too. Part 2, I guess?
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 4 - "Mercy & Blessings" Beatbox Performed by Babeli, Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Mercy & Blessings - In 2014, I had this melody in my head, I started to freestyle this melody and beatbox to it then I made the drop using my most well known technique, "Laser". Good thing about my laser sound it automatically had a sub below 50hz. It sounded so full. I always play around with this melody. Then I decided to record this routine into a proper track in mid 2015. I made the arrangement originally the 1st drop and the 2nd drop very much the same. So it got very boring quickly. I leave it be, when I had the idea I come back and record new ideas to it. When I came back to this track, I just do the mixing and made it balanced. I layer more vocals in May 2017 with more lots of emotion. Babeli is a 2x German Beatbox Champion, Emperor of Mic Champion, Top 4 in Grand Beatbox Battle, Top 4 in the Beatbox Battle World Championship and he made major impact in the beatboxing communities worldwide. Suddenly, in February or so, Babeli commented on my Instagram profile and he checked out my videos and said he likes my beatboxing style. I suddenly had an idea and asked him do you want to be in my beatbox album? He said yes. I was thinking which is very suitable to do with him. We talked on Skype and we had the longest chat ever almost like 3 hours. So I picked this track, it was untitled, I had no name for it at that time. I sent him this track. Few months later, he sent me back this track along with separate tracks. He did various versions, I picked the best one and then I arranged accordingly. Later, I mixed this track, it was so hard for me to mix his part, he uses Shure MV51 sponsored by Shure. Somewhat to my ears, his part didn't blend well with the rest of the track sounds. I contacted him again and ask him if he can record just your bass sounds by layering on his part with more direct response microphone. I told him I faced a problem to get it right on his part. End of July 2018, he sent a better recording bass sounds. He actually didn't layer it, he did a different bass sounds totally different rhythm, however, in that session of his I got more interesting bass sounds. I arranged it on the breakdown and at the outro of this track. Amazing throat bass. I love the bass sounds he originally performed before he sent me a new one. Somehow, I managed to fixed the issue I faced before, I play around with the stereo separation and it sounded huge. I am very happy with the results.
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 3 - "OMG!" Beatbox Performed by CDQ & Trung Bao, Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About OMG! - CDQ is a beatboxer from Malaysia, in 2009 we battled each other in a beatbox tournament before, after the tournament I haven't heard any news from him anymore. Later in 2015 at a festival he approach me, I was very surprised to him there. He told that he moved to Seattle, USA. He is really making his name in the neighbourhood of Seattle. We hooked up again and from CDQ I got to know Essam Muhammad because they always does music together 100% vocals. I contacted CDQ in mid-2016 saying I wanted to do some tracks with you just beatboxing. I gave him a rough track which I recorded it in mid-2014, it was mellow sounding and half time, somewhat hip hop influenced. I told CDQ do record some of your beatbox library and send it to me from there I can arrange something to it. While I am producing and composing this I wasn't feeling the track. I changed the tempo and the end result was Electro, you can still listen to the half time at the end of this track. "Oh My God" vocal was CDQ's inward voice. It fits perfectly. Trung Bao is a World Beatbox Camp Champion, Top 8 in Asia Beatbox Championship & Beatbox Shootout, Vice Champion in American Beatbox Championship and Top 4 in Grand Beatbox Battle, overall a world class beatboxer from Vietnam, very well known in worldwide beatboxing communities. Trung Bao came to Malaysia to judge a beatbox battle. I was a participant in that tournament, if I don't battle I just wanted to perform there. I brought my recording equipment nonetheless. After the battle, we hanged out at a mamak place nearby KLCC, which NZ. We had dinner and it was fun. I told him I am working on a beatbox album. I took my laptop and my recording equipment and let him listen to this track. I ask him I want you to feature in my album and he said yes. We had a recording session at NZ dinner table. I record all Trung Bao's beatbox library and he did a freestyle. Then I let it digest for a while, I said to myself instead of having the same drop on the 2nd part, why not I switch into something different. I used Trung Bao's recording session and arranged according to the tempo. The track happened nicely. I don't to title the track, "Oh My God!" because it reminds me also the people who are into beatbox might know FaithSFX's "Oh My" track which also using water drop sounds. This track wasn't influenced by him or copying him. It was totally a coincidence in terms of sounds and naming the track, however, the way I produced and arranged this took different perspective and style.
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Released 1 year ago
Site: http://www.kauingatkaugempak.tk Merch: 1) http://aracilbiz.com/product/kauingatkaugempak-v1/ 2) http://aracilbiz.com/product/major-glitch-x-kau-ingat-kau-gempak-v1/ Track 2 - "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak" Rap Written and Performed by ALTRBG Beatbox Performed & Chorus Written by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Kau Ingat Kau Gempak - Took me quite few years to produce this, because there were no lyrics when I beatbox, I wanted to make the crowd chant a phrase. So I wanted to come with an anthem which is memorable, the hardest part is when comes to Malay language. I wanted it to be grimy, street and slang in the urban malaysian culture. I think a lot for this unique phrase, finally I came with one which is the title now, "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak". It was in 2014. Originally this track somewhat influence to be trap style sounding, it wasn't supposed to sound how it sounded now. It was different vibe, different melody and notes. I composed so many times to get the right sound for this phrase. One day I walked through shopping malls, this rhythm flew in my head and I project it through my mouth. It sounded very dark. I quickly record this idea in my recording app. This rhythm wasn't for "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak", actually it was for another record. End up, the instrumental wasn't used, the instrumental is straight forward intro, drop and loop. I love this instrumental sound so much, I don't want it to go to waste, later in year 2016, why not I record the phrase over this instrumental? I recorded the phrase on this track "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak". In May 2017, I layer more vocals for the chorus because at that time someone broke my heart and I let all my anger out by imagining that person. The rest just goes! I play around with the arrangement it was trap on the 1st verse but on the 2nd verse is very grime influenced. Then to electro influenced then to glitch. I glitched the phrase and it happened accidentally and sounded like it saying, "Kau Ingat Ni", I like it and leave it be. I released this track for while in mid-march without no rap vocals. Later, my circle of friends at work told me, it will be better if there is rap vocals in it. From that advice, it made me to push harder to find the right Malay Lyricist and Rapper. I don't want it to be typical lyric and just rap, I want it to be aggressive and lyrical. My old friend ALTRBG was the first person in my mind to be in it, because we collaborated on a track before so I knew he could kill it again. I contacted ALTRBG in March 2018 and told him to write a verse and told him as well treat this song as one of your song. The other rapper I want is Aman-Ra but I got no respond from him, maybe part 2 I guess? I want Altimet to be on it too but I am very shy and humble myself to approach him. I guess part 2 as well? InshaAllah. While waiting for ALTRBG to write his verse, I move on to proceed for "Dipukau" after finishing a recording session with Takahara Suiko at a proper studio. I did another short recording session at that studio. I was still depressed, upset, heartbroken and offended by certain people in my life. I let all the anger energy out in this session, I layered "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak" with much more aggressive with "I don't give a damn" attitude and I screamed out of my chest and lungs by imagining all of them. This is somewhat like a diss track to them instead wasting time recording a whole verse why not a one liner? Originally my intention it wasn't a diss track at all but came to a point I thought I can use this as a diss to someone in my past and as well for the future coming. In the end, if you think you are better, do humble yourself, only God will make everything better. The ambience towards the end all are my vocals and the whispering voice, "Tuhan Lagi Gempak" was a twist by Heartzel because he listened to this track first hand, there is a beatbox battle which I judged he uses the phrase from this "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak" with a twist answer "Tuhan Lagi Gempak". I said to me after the battle, he beatbox battle and do dakwah at the same time. He laughs. I like the phrase and record it, if you listen carefully it resembles of a person doing zikr. - Interview w/ ALTRBG - Q: What can you tell about yourself? A: A hiphop version of Max Cavalera. Q: How do you get involved into music? A: Back in the days, being a part of music industry was my dream. I believe the law of attractions although I started as hobby. Q: Have you ever work with a beatboxer before? A: Never. This is my first time. Q: Where did you get your inspiration to write for Kau Ingat Kau Gempak? A: People who experienced tragic in their life. This is a story-telling track. Not even about myself but it can be me. Q: What do you hope for Kau Ingat Kau Gempak to happened? A: Becoming an anthem to address adversaries and stay relevant forever. Q: Where can people follow your updates? A: Twitter: ALTRBG
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Released 1 year ago
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Track 1 - "Inhale" Beatbox Performed by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Inhale - I started to produced this when I started achieve the sound that I wanted, somewhat around 2013, when I began composing this track, the rhythm flew into my mind very abstractly, I wanted to produced a track that is uplifting and inspiring. Never in my mind that this track will be the opening track. After I recorded this track, I left it. Later for few years later, I opened up my archive and rediscover this recording. I am amazed of myself how good and inspiring this track is. Then, I layer the vocals, the bass, the ghost, the TKs and "Shazet Sounds". This track finished somewhat in the year 2017. I don't want this track simply called, "Intro", I want it to be different. Since this is a beatbox album, I full on made it related to beatbox in terms of naming, before you begin beatbox, you inhale some air to start your show.
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Released 1 year ago
Beatbox
Track 2 - "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak" Rap Written and Performed by ALTRBG Beatbox Performed & Chorus Written by Shazet Sounds Composed and Arranged by Shazet Sounds Produced by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds - About Kau Ingat Kau Gempak - Took me quite few years to produce this, because there were no lyrics when I beatbox, I wanted to make the crowd chant a phrase. So I wanted to come with an anthem which is memorable, the hardest part is when comes to Malay language. I wanted it to be grimy, street and slang in the urban malaysian culture. I think a lot for this unique phrase, finally I came with one which is the title now, "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak". It was in 2014. Originally this track somewhat influence to be trap style sounding, it wasn't supposed to sound how it sounded now. It was different vibe, different melody and notes. I composed so many times to get the right sound for this phrase. One day I walked through shopping malls, this rhythm flew in my head and I project it through my mouth. It sounded very dark. I quickly record this idea in my recording app. This rhythm wasn't for "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak", actually it was for another record. End up, the instrumental wasn't used, the instrumental is straight forward intro, drop and loop. I love this instrumental sound so much, I don't want it to go to waste, later in year 2016, why not I record the phrase over this instrumental? I recorded the phrase on this track "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak". In May 2017, I layer more vocals for the chorus because at that time someone broke my heart and I let all my anger out by imagining that person. The rest just goes! I play around with the arrangement it was trap on the 1st verse but on the 2nd verse is very grime influenced. Then to electro influenced then to glitch. I glitched the phrase and it happened accidentally and sounded like it saying, "Kau Ingat Ni", I like it and leave it be. I released this track for while in mid-march without no rap vocals. Later, my circle of friends at work told me, it will be better if there is rap vocals in it. From that advice, it made me to push harder to find the right Malay Lyricist and Rapper. I don't want it to be typical lyric and just rap, I want it to be aggressive and lyrical. My old friend ALTRBG was the first person in my mind to be in it, because we collaborated on a track before so I knew he could kill it again. I contacted ALTRBG in March 2018 and told him to write a verse and told him as well treat this song as one of your song. The other rapper I want is Aman-Ra but I got no respond from him, maybe part 2 I guess? I want Altimet to be on it too but I am very shy and humble myself to approach him. I guess part 2 as well? InshaAllah. While waiting for ALTRBG to write his verse, I move on to proceed for "Dipukau" after finishing a recording session with Takahara Suiko at a proper studio. I did another short recording session at that studio. I was still depressed, upset, heartbroken and offended by certain people in my life. I let all the anger energy out in this session, I layered "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak" with much more aggressive with "I don't give a damn" attitude and I screamed out of my chest and lungs by imagining all of them. This is somewhat like a diss track to them instead wasting time recording a whole verse why not a one liner? Originally my intention it wasn't a diss track at all but came to a point I thought I can use this as a diss to someone in my past and as well for the future coming. In the end, if you think you are better, do humble yourself, only God will make everything better. The ambience towards the end all are my vocals and the whispering voice, "Tuhan Lagi Gempak" was a twist by Heartzel because he listened to this track first hand, there is a beatbox battle which I judged he uses the phrase from this "Kau Ingat Kau Gempak" with a twist answer "Tuhan Lagi Gempak". I said to me after the battle, he beatbox battle and do dakwah at the same time. He laughs. I like the phrase and record it, if you listen carefully it resembles of a person doing zikr. - Interview w/ ALTRBG - Q: What can you tell about yourself? A: A hiphop version of Max Cavalera. Q: How do you get involved into music? A: Back in the days, being a part of music industry was my dream. I believe the law of attractions although I started as hobby. Q: Have you ever work with a beatboxer before? A: Never. This is my first time. Q: Where did you get your inspiration to write for Kau Ingat Kau Gempak? A: People who experienced tragic in their life. This is a story-telling track. Not even about myself but it can be me. Q: What do you hope for Kau Ingat Kau Gempak to happened? A: Becoming an anthem to address adversaries and stay relevant forever. Q: Where can people follow your updates? A: Twitter: ALTRBG
by seluduprecords
Released 2 years ago
Beatbox
Site: http://www.shazetshowbiz.com/kauingatkaugempak Buy: https://shazetaudio.bandcamp.com/track/kau-ingat-kau-gempak Merch: 1) http://aracilbiz.com/product/kauingatkaugempak-v1/ 2) http://aracilbiz.com/product/major-glitch-x-kau-ingat-kau-gempak-v1/ A track taken from the upcoming album, "Future Mouth" by Shazet Sounds. Using only beatbox, mouth and the human vocals. Produced and Composed by Shazet Sounds Mixed and Mastered by Shazet Sounds