Free Hip-Hop Production Music “Throw Down”

Free Hip-Hop/Rap/Urban Production Music from Free Stock MusicComing from a place of malice is “Throw Down,” a new age trip-hop track that splashes spacey synth pads and staccato strings atop its frantic percussion.

If you’re not sure how to feel about this song, don’t worry — it challenges you to form an opinion but it’s hard to after only the first listen.

Compared to some of our other hip-hop offerings, Throw Down is more fresh in its style and more in tune with the direction modern rap is going. Whether this style will stay fresh is unknown, but as of right now, Throw Down might as well have been pulled off the radio.

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Track Details

Duration: 2:34
Quality: Full uncompressed CD quality, 16 bit/48.000 kHz (1,411.2 kbit/s)
License: 100% royalty free license that allows you to use the music in all types of productions, for worldwide distribution, forever. There are never any licensing fees. Read our license agreement here.

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Free Hip-Hop Production Music "Throw Down", 4.5 out of 5 based on 22 ratings

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  1. Drew says:

    The track fit my lyric perfectly. Here’s what I’ve done with it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gixgWOhrn-c

  2. PPS says:

    I can’t stop listening to this song! I made a cool PPT animation tutorial video with it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhmAHFzsLxk

  3. Sky says:

    So if i used one of these songs to record me rapping and it got big would that be against the terms?

    • Free Stock Music says:

      As far as I understand the terms, it would not be against them as long as you are adding “substantial value.” If you do think you have a good chance at it getting big, however, I’d urge you to talk to a lawyer.

  4. wady says:

    I have used this in a dark, underground and high-tech animation scene:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfe_GOrqLnY

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