Why these producers make 'type beat,' how they worked with Bryson Tiller before Trapsoul and how they got placements with Kevin Gates and A Boogie-- all explained in this exclusive Beatstars interview.
This week we sit down with industry producer @Deedotwill who has produced for many artists like Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Yo Gotti, PeeWee Longway & More. In this episode we talk about DeeDotWill's come up and how he quit his job after his first placement. We also talk about creating your own "unique sound" as a producer and how to stand apart from the others. Tune in for more business talk.
- glitch realm
- gross god gross beat presets
Producer Zaytoven Talks why looks matter so much in the rap industry. He gives advice to rappers and producers telling them to invest in personal appearance. Zay says that most rappers wont give you a chance if you dress bummy or lack personal hygiene. He says keeping up on his look and investing in designer clothes and jewelry has played a role in his success.
Xay Scott explains how he linked up with Lex Luger, how he had to fight for his publishing rights on Lil Uzi Vert's 7 AM, and more in this exclusive interview for Beatstars.com
In episode 3 we sit down with DJ Pain 1 a dope producer who has worked with Young Jeezy, 2Chainz, Ludacris, Rick Ross, Public Enemy, 50 Cent & many more. We talk about if being an internet producer hurts your industry image and we also talk about getting advances on your publishing when selling beats. DJ Pain 1 is producer that puts out a lot of advice & resources for producers follow him @Djpain1
3:50: Beginnings in Online Beat Market
6:00: Beat Pricing/Placements
19:00: Beat Cookup/Content Creation
In this episode we sit down and talk business with RedDrumBeatz an online producer who went from working an ordinary job to getting flown out to Memphis to work with Young Dolph and the Paper Route Empire. We talk about using advertising platforms like YouTube, Facebook & Google to boost online sales. We also talk about how Soundclick is not a dead market, RedDrum managed to pull in a nice check from them in 2016. I also ask RedDrum if he saw a boost in sales after getting placements.
- Producing For Young Dolph, Famous Dex, YG
- Quitting Job on a Leap of Faith