Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “No more tears”:
Very nice production. Is the track related to 'frozen tears'? -s
 Jun 20, 2015, 09:27 EDT
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Richard Shekari 
well we did have lots of problem from concept to philosophy. We both had different approach to the type of message to be conveyed in the songs. Plus the part where we were both trying to lure the order into understanding at the same time bending to the other person's idea didn't really fit in. so we decided to do it in a way that half of the tracks would satisfy me and the other half him but it just didn't go well in the end amongst other things. i am currently working on a new single 'Smile" it is in away like Celebrate life but i won't rap in this one. just sing all through hehe, i hope i get to like it, if it conveys the message well that is
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
So challenging, working with others in a creative environment... Creativity is so volatile that I think it's a wonder when a group stays together longer than a year. Rolling Stones just played in Pittsburgh last night -- i's a wonder that they have been together for over 50 years -- but that's the exception, and not he norm. I've been a singer in a few groups and I know that keeping things together is rough...
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Richard Shekari 
true! i see it this way; you have many painters trying to put up a beautiful canvass together. as much as it will end up as a beautiful art, most of them would feel it would have been finer or better or deep if they had done it alone without the mess contributed by the other or whatever. i started as a rapper so the whole band thingy was never part of me. Rolling stones wow, that's a success story from my point of view
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
"most of them would feel it would have been finer or better or deep if they had done it alone without the mess contributed by the other" sad but true -- to me it is narcissism, and self-destructive more often than not...
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Richard Shekari gave feedback to Arsini for “Ike Ill Mice Elf”:
i think you are great and this track is wonderful.
arsini i love the lyrics but hey, do not kill yaself lol
so the idea of repeating them phrase on and on on the intro is cool, you took me by surprise didn't know it is a rap song and yoyoy
ma homie you got this locked down..shoot! keep it up
 Jun 19, 2015, 02:49 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to EscalJacks for “I'm Zambian”:
Cool tune. I am impressed by your production quality and your lyricism is strong as well.

Very catchy track, $EscalJacks. I think that it can have broad commercial appeal. If you have a PayPal, list it for sale and I'll buy a copy, if not list it for Ad Credits and I'll throw you some AC.

Thank you for sharing.

Where are you from?
-$Shoham
 Jun 14, 2015, 11:21 EDT
EscalJacks 
Thank you very for checking in..you can also check out my other tracks here www.Reverbnation.com/escaljacks you can also follow me on Instagram user escaljacks and twitter handle too...and I'm from southern Africa Zambia..
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Would like to go Zambia one day. What is itg like? Keep in touch -SAZ
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EscalJacks 
you are welcome...its a friendly country and amazing tourist attraction feel free to google about it.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
google?
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The Closers gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “Frozen tears”:
"Try and smile better days are up ahead" -- very powerful message. It's sad, but it is true -- the poor stay poor, and the rich richer. Stay strong in spirit!

Well done. -$theclosers
 Jun 15, 2015, 10:47 EDT
Richard Shekari 
thank you so much for the support
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The Closers 
it's no problem. thanks for sharing.
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fabulous gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
I love this song do much nice one bro hood work
 Jun 09, 2015, 01:35 EDT
WalaWalaWala 
Thank you. It's a free download, too!
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Ian Marquis gave feedback to Slopejaw for “Cuddle feat. Graham Eddy”:
I really like the low-fi feel to your main synth. This is a chill piece - very relaxing. Nice stuff!
 Jun 07, 2015, 08:38 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to TiKkO for “02) Dope Boy Theme”:
It's been a while man. You got any new tracks? We're still waiting for 'Pink & Green' -s
 Jun 07, 2015, 08:35 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to kestine chuks for “getting money”:
I like the flow, $kestine. Full-disclosure I don't really love autotune, but I think that you did a really good job with your production value.

You guys are good lyricists as well. I hope you sell a lot of copies. Keep developing your craft, their is no limit!

I bought the tune, with AC, so make sure you get paid.

Be well. I look forward to more,
-Sho
 Jun 06, 2015, 18:19 EDT


Bubu,

First of all very cool cover art!

Well produced track, I think that the flow really works on this one. Vocal harmonies are also quite nice.

Also, cool that you made this track Creative Commons -- very progressive. I appreciate the spirit for sure :)

Thank you very much,
-Sho
 Jun 04, 2015, 21:47 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Doctor Scientist for “Red”:
Very smooth, Doc. Brings me back to the grand old '90's as far as this kind of dance music is concerned, has something of a G-Funk era feeling to it as well.

I would maybe change the pace at some point, like a House style 'drop' somewhere along the line.

Enjoyed the finale -- Psychedelic!

Well done,
-Sho
 Nov 20, 2014, 12:23 EST

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