Splice Sounds released Mannie Fresh: How To Survive In NOLA Bounce & Second Line Kit

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Splice Sounds released How To Survive In NOLA Bounce & Second Line Kit.

Fresh beats, solid kicks, and blazing brass all in one sample pack. Mannie Fresh is back, offering his signature NOLA flavor for your tracks. Known to fans and throughout the music industry as an amazing producer, artist, and entertainer, Mannie Fresh got his start as one of the best DJs in New Orleans, and now he’s returning to his musical roots. The multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated producer responsible for creating hits for Trina, Gucci Man, The Notorious B.I.G., and Cash Money is back to spinning full time, moving the crowd and DJing in clubs across the country. In between DJing duties, he’s still making it happen in studios with Kanye, Bun B. Drake, and Dr. Dre. Not to mention, serving up beats that bounce and horn melodies that’ll light up any room for your tracks.

If you have already an Splice account you can download the full pack or individual samples exclusively on Splice Sounds here:
Splice Sounds | Mannie Fresh: How To Survive In NOLA Bounce & Second Line Kit

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