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New Instrumental Album by Flyah's own Rellz Tha Postman

MIDNIGHT MARIAGEToday Rellz Tha Postman has released his newest beat tape which includes 5 instrumentals produced by him using chilled out melodies, samples and well compressed drums.  This is like a motion picture in his eyes because of how he strategically placed movie lines in the mix of the beats.  He also sets a gangster movie tone with the mood of the music.  The beat tape may remind you of J Dilla, mixed with AlchemistThe Roots, and the RZA.  These musical geniuses are some of his favorites and he inspires to be like them some day.  So far he has planned to do a nice visual for this project that should get him some attention across social networks like Youtube and Facebook.  Rellz Tha Postman is known to do anime videos but he plans on doing this one by using a mixture of movie clips and video effects to make this one a hip hop success.  This beat tape is entitled Midnight Mariage which also gives off a vintage feel and vibe.  It starts off with an original funk instrumental called Jungle Fever with  a sound and impression that its gonna be a players ball.  Then it transcends into a mafia style ballad entitled Luxury Voyage that presents itself in a royal way.  Next it goes into a more laid back song called ”Love and Hate”.   Shape Shifter follows with a soul sample from Al Jarreau that smooths things out even more.  The last track is an unique beat with a royalty free Hawaiian guitar called Midnight Mariage that brings about a gentle end.   Rellz believes by making this project in this order it will give off the image of a plot, a battle, a score, a get away, to a retired gangster living the good life. Check this tape out below and it is as free download so please support. #BoomBap

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