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TRACKLIB CALLS ON BEATMAKERS TO "IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT"

"Impeach the President," is a phrase being heard more and more these days. It also happens to be the name of one of the most sampled songs in history.

The classic 1973 track by The Honey Drippers served as a protest song for the impeachment of President Nixon, amidst the Watergate-scandal.

It has been sampled in over 700 songs since, by the likes of Nas, J. Cole. Dr. Dre, Biggie, EMPD, Janet Jackson and many more.

Now there's a Tracklib Beat Battle using the loop, that invites producers to cook up a beat sampling "Impeach the President."

Participants can download it for free, chop it, flip it, and and turn it into a banger with a purpose, and even better, the beat battle is judged by Grammy-Award winning producer Drumma Boy—this is also the chance to be heard by a significant creator in the music biz. Here's more info:

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