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Dj Peabird is back from spending months exploring rare accapellas, almost forgotten b sides and crazy mixtape recordings. Now he is happy to present a worthy successor - an album packed with precisely engineered vocal arrangements, that makes it easy for you to create your own battle wordcuts on the fly! Besides this, you ll discover tons of resonant hiphop beats and complex cut up breaks, combined with euphoric battle scratches and multi purpose transform tools! Closing words: if Battle Trackz ? Vo. were a movie, it would probably star Steven Seagal in his prime
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