Jesse McFaddin is currently one of the TOP artists in Japan. Following in his Father’s footsteps Char, who is also a legendary guitarist in Japan and shared stages with Jeff Beck.
Jesse recently released his first Solo Album “Crescent”, and has ranked #1 for iTunes Japan Hip Hop chart. You now have the opportunity to grab all the sounds used in ‘Start line’ one of the songs included in the Album. All 100% royalty-free!
You get ALL the Vocals including Leads, Harmonies, one-shots, FX, and Whispers from the track as well as Jesse’s awesome Rock Guitar Samples. Drum Loops including Full, Kick, Hat, and Percussion and 808 Bass Loops are also included ready to remix.
In 2000 Jesse made his first Major Debut Epic Records with his band RIZE, appearing on a TV commercial for Sony’s MD walkman Red Hot which their song ranked Top 10 in Japans Oricon Chart. In 2017, the band made their first appearance at BUDOKAN, which is Japan's most respected concert hall (capacity 10,000).
Currently also the frontman for the band The BONEZ, this band has been rising the chart while playing countless tours through the nation, appearing on major Festivals. Their Music video on YouTube constantly hits 1 million plays!
Jesse McFaddin Rappers Rock Sample pack is suitable for both Hard and Soft Rock, Rap Rock styles, and anything in between.
All Loops and samples are 100% royalty-free to use your way so check it out exclusively at Loopcloud!
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