Episode 137 -6 Foot, 7 Foot (Max Methods Transition)

Lil Wayne is out of jail and back to flooding the market with tracks. Is “6 Foot, 7 Foot” the next “A Milli”? With Max Methods help, maybe it will be. This transition follows the original sample as it morphs into the “6 Foot, 7 Foot” beat. Follow the link below to purchase the track on www.crooklynclan.net.

Lil Wayne – 6 Foot, 7 Foot (Max Methods 128-84 BPM Transition)

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  1. not to mention that both A Milli and this song have horrible punchlines LOL

    props to max methods though, the transition is great

  2. Dope transition track. It was on my club mix that came out last month and people have been asking about it. I’m glad I used it before it made the top 20 movers. It’s going to get played out.

  3. dope transition. I made a remix of Harry Belafonte’s – Day O over Major Lazers Pon de Floor, goes off especially with the og intro.
    When I herd Weezy’s 6’7 I had to make a transition.
    Here are both
    Pon De Day – O: http://www.mediafire.com/?yjqw8qdybmpu98w

    Pon De Day – O to 6’7 (127-84): http://www.mediafire.com/?yjqw8qdybmpu98w

  4. This transition is really dope and get to the point. I know my homie DJ Dainjazone from DJ CITY made his own transition from Uptempo to 6 Foot 7 Foot using DJ Rascal’s “Ehh Ohh”. Great point mentioning the hooks are they really are just 2 bars. I basically loop them so I can mix out or figure out some wordplay into the next track. Expect this to blow up in a matter of a few weeks. We should create T-Shirts that say “You hate this song? You will love it in 3 months”. LOL

  5. This is a dope transition. The 1st time i heard it i tried 2 recreate it in the club by just looping the 6 foot 7 foot part. It wasn’t as smooth as Max Methods transition but the crowd still went crazy.

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