The "Type Beat" has been one of thee biggest ways song instrumentals are searched for and found on huge search engine sites such as YouTube and even Google.
The premise behind the "type beat" is this: artists hear largely successful artists such as Post Malone, Drake, and Taylor Swift and think to themselves, maybe I could achieve some of that musical success if I had a Post Malone type beat, a Drake type beat, etc. Many of these artists, mostly unsigned or independent artists go the search bar of these search engines and type in an artist they aspire to be like, or who has a sound that may be similar to their own style, and follow that name with "type beat". Immediately YouTube or Google responds with a large selection of these "type beats" for the artists to listen to.
With this being so widely known now, more and more online producers tag and title their beats and instrumentals with a "_______ type beat". Their are still other ways to have your beats found on search engines. Some tag their beats with things like "cool beats", "sick rap beats", "west coast instrumentals", "hot instrumental beat", "trap beats for sale" and so on.
Producers with pop beats for sale will probably use names such as Taylor Swift, Halsey, Sean Mendez etc to help sell their beats online while great rap production teams like Trap Team Beats will use names like Drake, Metro Boomin beats for sale, Dababy, Post Malone, Migos etc to help sell their beats/ instrumentals. R&B producers like Nick Mira with R&B beats for sale would probably use names like H.E.R., Ella Mai, Khaled etc.
It is becoming more and more obvious each day that the "type beat" era is still alive and well, and doesn't seem like it will be going away anytime soon! Get your "type beat" today at FullRangeBeats.com