Dance - HipHop Rhythm

by Hisham Al-Sanea

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  • Hi GMC! Dance-HipHop is my lessom today. This lesson is one of my dance rhythmic series lessons. As you know I did a Disco dance-pop and today a dance-hiphop rhythm.

    These kinds of lessons depends more on rhythms and chords progressions. In today's lesson we have simple rhythmic chords in many different positions.

    In this composition we will see how we can with these progressions build a dance rhythm. I added a rhythmic solo to this lesson.

    Progression chords working in Em/Em7/Em7sus4/DM/GM/Am/D6.
    The key of this lesson in E minor natural.
    GP5 file: completed as clip
    Backing tracks: 112bpm , 80bpm, 56bpm, 35bpm
    Loop backing: 112 bpm
    Gear: fender stratocaster - demarzio humpickups - TL 1 spitfire preamp tube.

    Have a fun, ask if you need help!

    Hisham Al-Sanea

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