Monster Sounds releases Real City Rap Acapellas Vol. 3 sample pack

Monster Sounds Real City Rap Acapellas Vol 3

Monster Sounds has released Real City Rap Acapellas Vol. 3, a collection of royalty free Rap Acapellas from some of the worlds best MC’s.

Blurum13 is well known for his work with Dj Vadim, being part of the group One Self also his collabs with Aquasky, his releases on Ninja Tunes and Jazz Fudge amongst many many other projects around the globe. As far as we can tell he is virtually a nomad, spending most of his time on the road touring all over the world, and we mean ALL OVER! He has stepped on the stage with some of the best names in the scene.

Blurum13 is well known as a Lyrical bar raiser and has spared nothing in delivering some super sharp vocals packed with real lyrical content. BluRum has reached out to his MC family to bring in some of the the freshest working emcees out there onto this pack.

Real City Rap Acapellas Vol. 3 features

  • 580 MB content, 325 samples in total (24-bit).
  • 263 Vocal Loops and 62 One shot vox hits by Blurum13, D Shade, C1, and Robz Vega.
  • 4 ready to play patches for Reason NNXT, Halion, Kontakt, EXS, and SFZ compatible soft samplers.
  • Apple Loops, Reason Refill and Ableton Live versions are available to purchase separately.

Real City Rap Acapellas Vol. 3 is available to purchase for £29.95 GBP.

More information: Monster Sounds / Real City Rap Acapellas Vol. 3

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From listening to the demo… These are the lamest MCs around with the most stupid, beyond lame rhymes.


Agreed! People will release anything nowadays. They included the word “rap” to get your attention. Funny how most of the beats is dance related. This joke sample-pack is only good for multimedia based projects 4 youtube and home video.


I agree putting Rap in the title is a bit misleading. From the demo tune I only liked the part that had a laidback beat on it. I can understand they want this pack to appeal to a wider audience, but then don’t call it rap acapellas… Btw, listening more closely to the individual demo loops I can hear the music bleed through some of the recordings.


chuckles@lamest emcees yall really ignorant step ur game up seriously!!!