Tha Bizness Recreates “Sherane” Beat

Producers Tha Bizness invite us inside the lab to recreate the instrumental to Kendrick Lamar’s opening track off good kid, m.A.A.d city with the maschine.

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  • http://SWAPMEETSWAPMEET.TUMBLR.COM SWAPMEET

    YES! BEST BEAT ON THE ALBUM TO ME.

  • Ten Macaroni Necklaces

    Cool i love to see this kind of behind the scenes stuff. Now do one for money trees

  • http://www.youtube.com/VerbaDeLycKRecords PiKaHsSo

    My Favorite song on that album that beat is (((DaF))) DOPE As FOCK http://www.youtube.com/VerbaDeLycKRecords

  • jacob

    yea post more making of beat vids

  • cloud9

    They already got Money Trees, Black boy Fly, and Poetic Justice

  • Ten Macaroni Necklaces

    ^ where? Link?

  • http://www.patchwerk.com Oz Banga

    Of course this was done at the legendary Patchwerk Recording Studios in Atlanta, GA. Do the knowledge. The only studio that lets you WERK NOW, PAY LATER! http://bit.ly/VGU0eE

  • https://twitter.com/P0is0nedKoolA @p0is0nedkoola

    This was cool.
    Hearing that click track brings back memories of being in the studio as a junior engineer
    terrible job

    Thanks for posting
    Nice to see something on here that shows the craft of hip hop instead of cars and cheaply made videos with the same cliches
    Tho the video of Beyonce and Jay Z walking in DC was really amazing
    i guess

    @p0is0nedkoola on twitter
    Lester Bangs of hip hop
    Live bass on a beat, so necessary!

  • Black Shady

    I love the beat!!!

  • BLACK EBERT

    The best cut off the album hands down !!!!!

    AMAZING MAKING OF vIDEO. The bizness been one of the best !

    The vocal sample part is genius.

    2 BLACK THUMBS UP. WAY UP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • brza

    Really enjoyed this video.

  • kyckzgame

    Thought this was really cool

  • the brain trust

    I was blown away. Videos like this are what make Hip Hop special.

    It serves as yet another reminder why this album was so good. Great job!