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This has nice groove here but that ooh-hoos at background sometimes disturb the main vocal so I think you can pan it more.

It sounds really nice when drum comes in but I think it's quite big and banishing so suddenly.

Anyway this is nice, chord progressions are interesting and overall mood is refreshing. Keep on doing it.

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Hello  I think this is both interesting and nice. I also agree the ooh hoos seem a little too prominent in the mix. To answer your question, I think you're makng good music.  

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Hi! 

I think that such combination of jazzy piano and hip-hop beats is quite trendy and relevant now. 
Your voice fits this tune well. 
So I think you have right feel of the style you work in. 

I expected drum beat to come back in the second part.  
And maybe its pattern can be different, more breakbeat. 
 

Good luck!)

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I realy like the vibe. I could do without the ooh-woo's completely. Or maybe use it a bit more sparesely. I hope you'll develop the song further. To me the beat fits nicely. I was hoping it would make it's return again later on in the song.. 

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Sounds like very good quality music to me. Cool and modern sounding, can definitely be expanded into something very professional.

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The Beat is like you are in a Lounge and trinking something. I think there are too much oooh ooohs in that. The vocals are too quietly mixed. I don't know the voice is not so cool and then the Instrumental stops suddenly. That's not so good one, sorry.

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