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Old 5th June 2014
  #15
Gear Head
 

I gotta piggy back on what "Trell Blaze" said. Starting off with a good chord progression makes all the difference in R&B. It's like the track produces it's self once you've got a good working chord progression. I used to struggle with whack, amateurish sounding R&B until I discovered this. Even my Hip-hop/urban/R&B/crossover is now centered around great sounding chord progressions. I can't stress it enough. My old beats and my new beats are like night and day once I got my hands on some solid chord progressions and learned how to play them.