Have We Talked About Erik Komatsu's Sick Beats Yet?

Look, St. Louis Cardinals fans. There's no way around it. We need to talk about Erik Komatsu's sick beats.

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The Cardinals' Rule 5 selection—suddenly likely to make the 25-man roster—isn't just a lightning-fast center field prospect they swiped for free and the proprietor of the hashtag #KomoThoughts, he's also an up-and-coming hip hop producer named Komo Beatz who sells and licenses tracks on his website. You can lease them at very affordable rates, whether you're looking for a Drake type, a West Coast type, a Jeezy-type-banger, or even an introspective piano-based jam with Komo Beatz rapping the hook already*. Nearly all of them feature a sample of somebody saying "Comin' at you with that fire." You're going to want to listen to nearly all of them.

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Please, enjoy these Komo Beatz while browsing SB Nation St. Louis

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This is perhaps the best thing about the year 2012: Twitter accounts have turned all minor-to-moderate celebrities into real human beings with real interests and hobbies. And real side-gigs as Komo Beatz. I love baseball.

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*I've sweated all my life / grindin' every day, I don't really need to talk / cuz they see the way I play. I wear my pockets real fat / like they're really out of shape, and you know I'm 'bout to shine / cuz I'm runnin' out of shade.

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