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Pyrit Music

Pyrit Music

Instrumental / Electronic / Hip Hop Norfolk, VA  US
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Succession Of Kings
Succession Of Kings
DRED - 77BPM
DRED - 77BPM
ENERGY WORK - 93BPM
ENERGY WORK - 93BPM
CASH - 130BPM
CASH - 130BPM
HER - 86BPM
HER - 86BPM

Videos

Stare At The Sun - 92BPM - Instrumental

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  • BrianBeatz (Artist)
    BrianBeatz
    Hot shit bro HMU if you wanna collab!
  • J Wildd (Artist)
    J Wildd
    Hard work is always appreciated, nice...
  • Yolanda Foxx (Artist)
    Yolanda Foxx
    GREAT MUSIC!!! Wishing you all the best! :-)
  • Joel Wilson & The Revival (Artist)
    Joel Wilson & The Re...
    Hello, sending some love your way, and enjoying your site ! Hope you will stop by for a listen to us, Let's do Twitter and FB also, just click the links. Have a great day, MT
  • Chainfall (Artist)
    Chainfall
    Had to drop in to show our support! Much respect!
  • The Judes (Artist)
    The Judes
    Great sound!!

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About

Sounds Like: Pyrit, The American Dollar, Skrillex, Swizz Beatz, Thousand Acre Fields

Bio: Pyrit Of The High Frequencies

Since the age of 15, Pyrit has been making beats, and writing rhymes daily. 11 years later his journey has taken him into several professional studios to produce for local artists, to Canada to perform on stage along side the Legendary HipHop artist Canibus, to pr...See Full Bio

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Posted a new song: "Succession Of Kings" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5k2ayn #music

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Q: Pyrit. How long does it usually take you to write and record one song? Would you be interested in doing a short interview?

A: That's entirely up to the energy of the track, and the zone I'm in when it's time to work. When I'm really charged, around 2 hours, but I've spent weeks on one verse just to make it as close to perfect as I can. Absolutely, fire away!

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sun Nov 24 2013

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  • Song Plays +1 1,242
  • Video Plays 16
  • Total Fans 2,356
  • ReverbNation Fans 343
  • Facebook Likes 1,650
  • Twitter Followers 124
  • YouTube Subscribers 178
  • Mobile App Users 4
  • Widget Impressions 1,470

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