thanks for listing, and thanks for the advice bro. Im definatley going to fine tune my skills as much as I possibly can because I really do enjoy this, thanks for giving me a minute of your time, I really appreciate it
It's not a bad start bro, there are some ideas there which I know would sound dope.
However, it was incredibly obvious which sounds were sampled and which weren't. The trick now is to learn how to master sounds and come up with your own beats. The first thing I did when making beats is practicing making JUST the beat, i.e. the kick, the clap and the high hat. You'll be able to find out the different beat patterns that sound dope in today's rap music. After that, work on musical sound, starting with chord progressions then fillers etc. Then it's about the melody, which is the hardest bit lol. Oh, and try and avoid sampling from the software as much as you can. Sampling with other recordings is good, but don't thief it from the software lol.
You're using the best software and I do envy you lol, I don't have a mac. Just remember, always play around with sounds and trust your musical instinct :)
New beats 2nd is more of a building cypher