A modern west coast hip-hop with minimalistic sound. Cool for GTA style video games, bad guys with guns, crime in progress, action films, cars, alcohol, drug dealers, underground fight nightclub, something forbidden and dangerous.
This is a high energy, adrenaline rushing, rock guitar riff track which drives forward full of confidence.It has a fresh young and sunny summertime feel to it, in search of the action and excitement of a new adventure. Enjoy!
Cool track in breakbeat genre with uncontrollable chaotic energy like The Prodigy band. Two crossfire drop synthesizers, tons of fat, distorted leads, punchy drum beats, old school rave piano stabs, futuristic ethereal reverses, modern acid leads, driving invigorating rhythmic and melodics, and noisy sound effects. Perfectly suitable for adrenaline sports, extreme workouts, race video games, chasing a criminal, drugs dealers, night party promo music and every day listening.
Big heroic and pompous hip-hop with an epic and dangerous mood. Could be useful in shooter game overflow or walkthrough, dramatic and cinematic visuals, sports, or any project requires power and energy.
You're about to get your ass kicked. The track features a powerful drum kit with a fat and angry bass ignited by distorted guitar, playing in unison. Ideal for crime comedies, action scenes, badass heroes, and commercials.
A gangster's rap/ hip-hop with "hey, hey" samples, pumping club beats, and catchy drum groove. Good soundtrack for badass hero movie, shooting scenes, car chase, computer games in GTA style, crime in progress.
This is a soul groove based around a piano riff and tight drum pocket. Organ, horns, and percussion add to the vintage funky vibe. Funky, confident and sophisticated. Great for cinematic projects, stylish adventures movies like "Ocean's 12" about cool crime, heist, gangster film. Also good for product presentation, Tv Show intro or Main Song Theme.
Electric rock guitars, bass, drums and synths play 54 second loop of energetic shuffle patterns in style of sports highlight reels. Suggested for action scenes, chase or crime-in-progress sequences, video games and underscoring of energetic voice-overs.