R&B Songs: Bartender Chords
A very used chord progression in R&B songs,
Used in musics like: “Bartender, T-Pain”
Let’s check this out:
Some of you probably want to spice it up some more to get more originality, am I right?
So, let’s get a little more crazy and add some notes in those chords to make it even cooler !
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The roots notes stay the same, however the right hand begins to do chords more difficult.
(Variables Coming Soon)
Feel entirely free to mix the progressions together, to be totally original and unique in your art.
If you also, mash up the chords, I can guarantee you that the progression you come up with will perfectly make sense !
Let’s talk about scales, if you wanna make some popular instrumentals !
By my experience,
The best scale was the blues scale in case of making a lead !
If we are in the key of C, the blues scale is:
Mix that up, with any of the progressions that are above and you’ll be satisfied promised. 🙂
So go ahead, make some R&B songs !
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A chord progression idea.
Bartender Chord Progression Idea.
Also Check Out:
- The IV-I-V-VI Progression
- “Let Her Go, Passengers”
- The VI-IV-V-VI-IV-VIII Progression
- “Forget Me Nots, Partice Rushen”
- The I-IV-II-V Progression
- “I Believe I Can Fly, R.Kelly”
- The VI-II-V-I Progression
- “Isn’t She Lovely, Stevie Wonder”
- The VI-I-IV-I Progression
- “See You Again, Wiz Khalifa”
- The II-VI Progression
- “Bartender, T-Pain”
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