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Under The Influence - Chris Brown

tempo: 58-59 bpm

the DJ's take: Two notable sections if you're using this for a mashup: first ~16 seconds for a drum-free instrumental, and 1:05-1:22 for an instrumental with percussion. Take either of them, turn into a loop for as long as needed, and that's a fun ingredient for something bigger.

Could sound interesting with Never Be Like You - Flume, Kai, Pursuit of Happiness - Kid Cudi, MGMT, Ratatat, SeƱorita - Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes or Everything We Need - Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign, Ant Clemons [58-59 bpm], off the top of my head. Full playlist is here, so try it out and see what other combinations you come up with. download or stream Under the Influence:


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