A quick breakdown of the rules for the second Micro-Chop sample challenge.
|Gino Sorcinelli||Nov 23, 2020||1|
For the second flip challenge I’ve selected “Who Can I Run To” from The Jones Girls’ 1979 self-titled debut album. Here are some quick links to the song on various platforms: Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube.
There are no strict parameters for how to rework the song, it’s all up to you.
You can share your flip of the song on Instagram and Twitter by using the hashtag #RunToFlipChallenge (also make sure to @micro_chop). I strongly encourage everyone to post their flip on Twitter as that is the main platform I use. The best engagement seems to happen when people attach a video of their flip directly to the tweet.
Here’s an example from Nothing_Neue’s submission to the #SwinginFlipChallenge.
Micro-Chop @micro_chopI've been really inspired by @nelacthebeatnja and @darealdibiase's sample challenges so I'm gonna throw a #SampleFlipChallenge out out there. I'll retweet anyone who gives it a go. Hashtag: #SwinginFlipChallenge YouTube link below. https://t.co/WcOeUxtJY1 https://t.co/dA0vYOoKoB
I will still retweet some of the flips but I probably won’t retweet all of them—I’m looking to collect and share the beats in a way that’s more deliberate and easy to follow. I have a few ideas for how I’ll capture some of the flips in article form and will definitely keep everyone posted.
For now, have fun cooking up. I look forward to listening to what you create.
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