I've been working for years now on my Youtube channel. I've been trying various methods of gaining subscribers and increasing views. I've used (and still use) Tube Buddy, Vid IQ and others. I've watched Youtube vids on it, I've bought other software, paid for strategies, cheat codes, etc. I've taken in enough info to almost teach others, except that I'm nowhere close to being where I want to be, as far as views or subscribers. Many of the methods are different though, when you're selling instrumental beats…Read more
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I've told people over and over that I don't value talent like I used to. Let's face it, rap isn't what it used to be. No disrespect to the big artists out doing their thing, but talent wise, we ain't where we used to be. Jay-Z, Big Pun, 2Pac, Biggie, Eminem, etc, compared to our biggest 5 hip-hop artists today?... Anyway, all that to say that times have changed. Record labels aren't signing artists today based on talent and skill. It's come down to who's attracting fans, by whatever means. And the in most…Read more
Within the last few decades, we have cycled through a series of tropes. Once these tropes series were looking like they will last forever. However, when it comes to having a look at the trends of the present time. Then you will clearly be able to see that another trend is in its full effects at the present time. Pop music has ruled the world for decades. It was looking like pop music will stay ever-green. But once again a change in this industry brought hip-hop producers at the top because of trap music…Read more
WHO IS NICK MIRA?
Nick Mira, who was born on August 25th in the year 2000 is now a sensational music producer. He is an American music producer and was raised and live in Richmond, VA. Nick Mira’s break notable break was his production of music for Juice WRLD, Lil Skies, XXXTENTACION and Iann Dior. Currently, he owns the Internet Money Records with the co-owner Taz Taylor.
Recently, Nick Mira produced four songs in collaboration with the Juice WRLD, that were included in the Juice WRLD’s new album,’ Death…Read more
ou may be hip to ASCAP and BMI, and most people sign up for them thinking they'll get paid for ALL plays/ streams of their music. But what most people don't know is that BMI and ASCAP pay royalties on radio, TV, and film. So who pays us for streams and online plays? I'm glad you asked. Have you ever heard of Sound Exchange? Sound Exchange (www.soundexchange.com) is an organization that basically does what ASCAP and BMI does, but for your online plays. This is how they explain it: SoundExchange administers…Read more
Urban muѕiс ѕееmѕ to be expanding likе сrаzу. The rise of rар ѕub gеnrеѕ iѕ grоwing mоrе аnd more еvеrуdау. It ѕееmѕ like thе younger generation iѕ bесоming ѕimрlе, уеt аnd still сrеаtivе. Thе newest sub-genre оf rap is саllеd "trap" аnd it оriginаtеѕ frоm ѕоuthеrn rap. Thiѕ brаnd of rар has been mаdе popular bу rар artists such as Lil Wауnе, Riсk Rоѕѕ, Guссi Mane, Wacka Flосkа, Yоung Jееzу, Aсе Hооd and creative producers like Nick Mira.
A trар beat iѕ a dоwn tempo high energy dirty ѕоuth bеаt. In muѕiсаl…Read more
In the digital age, anyone can get their hands on production gear online and make beats until their heart's content. But how exactly do you rise above the sea of other aspiring musicians out there? It's simple — place an emphasis on production quality. After all, as we previously noted in our article ‘Do Artists Care About Quality Production Anymore?’ audiophiles will be able to recognize an authentic artist if they hear polished production, which is only possible through the passion they bring to the…Read more
I remember posting my first beats as soundclick instrumentals when I first toyed with the idea of selling beats online and having instrumentals for sale. When I first started FullRangeBeats a few years ago, I selected Airbit as my beat player and distribution host. They seemed to be the best fit for what I was doing at the time. There were many good reasons for joining Airbit, 1 of the main reasons was their beat players fit seamlessly into the Bandzoogle platform, whom I use to host and as my website…Read more
This is one huge question on the minds of many people involved in the music business. An artist whose aim is to churn out good music will be very intentional about the type of beat that accompanies their music. While this is very important and the ease at which one can produce beats and sell in recent time has become super easy, compared to how it was done in the past, more artists are finding it easy to focus on the music without spending excessively and wasting a lot of time in their search for beats.
When it comes to making rap music, sick rap beats play a vital role in how the music sounds and how it’ll the reception it’ll get. Thus, care should be taken when producing beats and instrumentals for your rap songs.
But you might not have the skill and the time to invest into producing your beats, that’ll need you to get beats somewhere – from people who make them.
You can decide to get beats for free or pay for them. They are almost similar only that free beats are not for commercial purpose and will…