dat ghetto Dash...
Oh man, I loved #3.
Hip Hop on EQD is always a welcome surprise. Some damn good ones here, too!
#1 not to be mean, but...leave the Pony Rap to Pogosama. He's just a lot more coherent with it.#2 The delivery is alright, but I swear that music was the result of somebody throwing stuff at a mixing board and then just running with it.#3 Seriously, get this guy a Record deal. Or get him on a world-wide tour. Or both. This guy deserves a music career.
@NDupree93I rather liked the Dubstep Beat. Apajai makes some pretty nice stuff, but I agree that "Battle" could use more than a little work.
Did someone just all their blood?
The last one was beautiful. Rap's not my thing so the other 2 didn't do much for me.
#3 Awsome on a whole new level.
@SuperGiantRobotWell, yeah. But not intentionally.
Y'know, just this morning I was beginning to wonder if I was slowly moving away from the fandom. I hadn't been as involved lately and I'd kind of felt like I was just losing interest. Then number 3 comes along... and I remembered just why I loved the show, and you all. That is an amazing song, and an outstanding video. I think I'm gonna go watch a few episodes and get back to that fic i've been neglecting. Thanks.
#3 was amazing.
I Bring Da LULZ usually isn't too shabby with his music. Though not a fan of this one. It's a bit on the quiet side and it feels rather... flat.Second was... that felt flat too for some reason. :/ Hmm. Wasn't too bad, but since rap isn't my thing I guess I'm pretty picky when it comes to it.Aww, I was kinda hoping at first the nice song in the third one he made himself for it. lol Ah well, it is a nice peaceful song. And I thought the video complimented it nicely.
#3 is really good! Just like his other song "I'm Proud to be a Brony"
@OctaviaShould I ask Brony Mike to do #1 and #2? :P
OMG #3. I want to go to Equestria NAO!
@NDupree93I appreciate the sentiment, really I do, but we all gotta come together for the brony music bro. Lulz and Mic are sick! Love and tolerance man. hahaha :)
I was waiting for these two to hit EQD guys. That freakin T-Rock song has been the top played on my iPod since I picked it up from Lulz, and you did the beat justice here man. I would have stuck more the original rhyme scheme personally, but that's because I'm totally bias to the original. HahaMic you already know how I feel about that one. Awesome delivery on a song that's hard to deliver to. Kudos bro. #3 is the interesting one for me this time around. I really did enjoy it, and it certainly stuck out! The only thing I could think might make the song more dynamic would be if you messed with the panning a bit. As it stands now, everything sits squarely in the middle, and it bleeds together during the louder bits. A little bit of panning goes a long way to more engaging music! That being said, awesome vocal work, the quality of this track REALLY shined through! Amazing work everyone! Keep it coming!!! :D
#1 I agree with Octavia, I think the non-chorus vocals could go a little higher, not too much. But anyhow, sounds so Hip-Hoppity-Skippity-Jump, Lulz voice is just a little more Baws than average and its not disappointing.#2 Dat Dubstep. That kinds my kind. And the entire track just emanates intense. The lyrics are just the perfect speed to mix with the step, so that they compliment each other. I wish it continued.#3 More of a formal presentation for the song. But I love that Pinkie Theme at the beginning, and the montagey elements are exactly what the song is built for.
@Joey WontonIf the track could be looped without sounding like crap and if it was longer than 1:42, you better believe there'd be more. However, I'll just have to settle for making a part two using a different beat of some kind.
#3 was absolutely lovely. The other two weren't so much my cup of tea, but dear Luna, the #3...
#3 blew my mind away
#3 doesn't do the song justice.
#3 is great. Yup, that pretty much sums it up.
#1 Lulzy, my brony. Another dapper performance.#2 Mic, my brony. Way to kill that beat, yo!#3 *orgasms*
Sweetness, that is all.
I don't see what the big deal about #3 is. It's really flat to me. The video intro was pretty cool though, song really sucks though....
I am not a fan of #3... I mean sure it's clear, the vocals are clear for once, but other than that it doesn't seem to pop out to me. Sounds like I stepped into a chapel during christmas time to find myself in the middle of a musical. I mean the guy's voice is good, just sounds "churchy"
Darn, thought welcome to Equestria would be a ponified version of Guns N Roses "Welcome to the Jungle".