Dexplicit's The Dex Files + MC competition + BIG H: free download
What's good GrimeForum, it's Dexplicit here introducing my new series of releases called The Dex Files.
I'll be releasing 12 Instrumental EPs over the next 12 months. Each consisting of some of my best, and most experimental Grime music ever.. But, the twist is, you guys on the forum will be able to vote on which track you'll want to hear vocalled by your favourite MCs.
Each time an EP drops - you'll be able to vote for which track you want to hear vocalled by tweeting using the name of the EP as a hashtag. For example, the first one is called That Bass Life - to vote, you'd tweet the name of the track and #ThatBassLife. There will also be a thread on the GrimeForum that you can use to vote too.
As soon as the votes are counted - two weeks after release - we'll get an MC on the track which will be released around the same time as the next EP.
The roster of MCs we have ready to vocal your tracks is secret right now, but I promise you it is huge with some of the best MCs in grime.
As an example, I've got this tune available to you for free download. It's a remix of Tulisa's Live It Up featuring vocals from BIG H. You can download it here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - this will be dropping on Logan's show tonight.
We also have a competition running. I know some of the GrimeForum massive are aspiring MCs so, if you'd like to jump in the studio with myself to lay down some bars to be mastered on to a physical CD then make sure you take part.
I want you to send me some of your hardest bars over a Dexplicit beat - old or new - and I will personally select the best MC to come and spend a day with me so we can get your music worked professionally completely free of charge.
Just go hard on a Dexplicit tune and send via email by the closing day of March 2nd. Don't worry too much about quality, as long as we can hear your levels, send them over to: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and we'll be announcing a winner on March 9.
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Last edited by Dexplicit; 28th February '13 at 02:32 AM.