Someone commented on a song I put on the internet with the Russian phrase биточки ваще кайф, which to me looks like she's telling me that at this point in the (may I point out, instrumental) track there's some sort of Russian meat cutlet/chops/meatballs that finally kicks in.

In this context, what could this phrase possibly mean?


  • try the search "бесплатные биты, бесплатные минуса". This is it?
    – Avtokod
    Jun 11 '15 at 11:55

I guess that this "биточки" here is musical slang word, derived from English "beat" (it can be written in Russian as "бит" - compare "Beatles" and "Битлз" for instance). Here's how a site dedicated to musical samples defines the word бит:

Биты - это ударные партии задающие ритм вашему треку или композиции. Вы можете скачать уже готовые сэмплы битов или сделать их при помощи драм машины или на виртуальном синтезаторе (VST).

So, the phrase is actually praises the beat(s) of your song: "The beats are cool!".

  • The beaties are cool)
    – Vasil
    Jun 14 '15 at 18:32

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