See, you might want to start the tail-chasing game...
...where you cut the tail off of the end of a loop and mix it to the beginning, to get a more or less, seamlessly endless loop.
It's great, but gets repetitive very quickly. Therefor, it's good to consider exporting a loop with growing tails, even if they have a surprising sampled effect to them (which can be pretty cool in my opinion).
"Amateur ghetto stuff"? On its own, yes, but it's definitely something to try and works well in any music, not just Hip Hop!
I always make loops out of my own instruments, but so far, I've only made perfect loops - no growing tail (think buildup, such as with reverb), no tail at the end. Thus I decided to always export a whole loop, and make use of everything. Hell, you can even use the tail on its own for an impact, then mess around with that, reversing it, whatever you like.
Here's one of my regular endless loops:
They start off with a very interesting "ghost" chord with the tail mixed in. After looping it once, it's okay, second time it gets boring. Thus I would already start the second loop with a dry build up, to keep it interesting. Once the instrument no longer plays, I wouldn't just simply add the tail to the end, but reverse it, so even there, will be a surprising stop and a unique reversed sound.
P.S. Regarding title: Cool people won't have a problem with Tails, haha!