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Freeload: Charlie Mackenroe, “Amilly” (Produced by Bangladesh)

May 01, 2008


Our pal Likkle Wayne recently announced that he's scrapping all the skits on his forthcoming The Carter III LP, and will instead use that audio real estate to showcase rap young'uns like Lil Mama (and Lil Chuckee!) spitting over his own "A Millie." Yet that looping monster of a beat, produced by ATLien and FADER favorite Bangladesh, once was the sole posession of Bang's group, Charlie Mackenroe, waaaaaaaay back in those bygone days of Summer 2007. We went spelunking in the ol' mp3 archive and dug it up for you, complete with the OG spelling. Why? Not to suggest any underhanded beat jackery on the part of Weezy F, or even to floss our digital crates (ok, maybe a teensy bit of flossing). Just consider this post a simple PSA for aspiring artists: DON'T GIVE YOUR GROUP A PERSON NAME. IT NEVER EVER EVER WORKS. Sure, the Van Halens of the world make the case for an exception—but there's no one in Charlie Mackenroe even named Charlie! They should have seen this one coming. Tanya Morgan! Chester French! It's not too late! Check the F40 Beat Construction on Bangladesh (along with another CM heater) right here.








Download: Charlie Mackenroe, "Amilly" (produced by Bangladesh)

Freeload: Charlie Mackenroe, “Amilly” (Produced by Bangladesh)