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Instant delivery/Can be used for 1 commercial release (TV/Radio/iTunes/Youtube w/Monetization)/Must not exceed 100 spins (Radio) or 5,000 sales (Album/Single iTunes). High quality MP3 (Without Tags)
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24hr delivery/Can be used for unlimited commercial releases (TV/Radio/iTunes/Youtube w/Monetization)/ High Quality WAV format + individual instrument WAV tracks
Why should you download rap beats from JuiceGodBeats.com?
Singers and rappers have more reasons to buy beats and instrumentals now than they ever had before. Music technology is affordable and available to most people who want to create their own music. You can buy beats in virtually any genre you can think of on the internet. Hip-hop, R&B, Pop, and Trap beats are all widely available on the web. Leasing, premium, or exclusive rights licenses provide you with the option you feel most comfortable with for buying beats. Some people like to cut expenses by not paying for their beats and instrumentals. Let me explain to you why that is a horrible idea.
Stealing beats is a terrible business move. If you record to the beat of a song that is already popular, your new song has a zero percent chance of becoming a hit! Music executives, A&R’s, managers, and casual fans do not like hearing songs with tags still on the beat. When people hear a song with tags on the beat, they automatically know the artist should not be taken seriously. Record labels can tell whether or not you buy beats. The major and independent labels will never invest in an artist who refuses to invest in his/her self. If you pay to use a beat, you will get the major vocal tags removed. Buying beats gives you the high quality audio file, so your final song sounds as clear as possible.
Don’t get me wrong! There are places to get free rap beats and instrumentals on the internet. If you record a song to a free beat and upload it, you may have a future lawsuit on your hands! Before you record a song to a beat, you should buy the appropriate rights to use it. Luckily, we at JuiceGodBeats.com offer free downloads, so you can listen, write, and practice rapping or singing before you buy the beat.
A select few people can make beats and record to them. Artists like Kanye West, Pharrell, Big K.R.I.T., RZA, Dr. Dre, Jahlil Beats, Soulja Boy, J. Cole, Juicy J, Speaker Knockerz, Sonny Digital, and Ryan Leslie are known for playing a role in the production of their own tracks. People who are naive to making beats underestimate the time necessary to create instrumentals. Producing beats take professionals at least 30 minutes to make and often take several hours to complete. There are several beats on JuiceGodBeats.com that took over 20 hours from start to finish. A rapper or singer who spends time making their own beats is wasting time they could be developing their rapping or singing skills. It is difficult to make it in the music industry. You want to devote as much time as you can into you craft. You can save time and energy by using JuiceGodBeats.com as your main source for buying rap beats.
If you are serious about your music, you want your listeners to enjoy your songs, you want your songs to be of the highest quality possible, you do not like getting sued, you want to get signed to a record label, you want your songs on the radio, you want to make money from your songs, and/or you want your producer to support your tracks, you need to buy rap beats and instrumentals!
Frequently Asked Questions
Does JuiceGodBeats LLC provide custom beats?
We currently do not make custom beats. If you are looking for production, you must pick instrumentals from the player on the site.
Should I lease a beat or buy the exclusive rights?
In most cases people should lease a beat. You should buy the exclusive rights if you plan on getting major distribution for your song. Exclusive rights prevent the beat from being sold again.
I bought a beat, but haven’t received the files. What’s the deal?
Check the spam folder of your email after making a purchase. Sometimes email systems interpret the beat download links as spam. If you still have not received the appropriate links within 10 minutes of making a purchase, please send us an email and we’ll resolve the problem as soon as possible.
I am a producer. Can we collaborate on a beat?
JuiceGodBeats LLC is not currently accepting collaborations from the general public. Join the mailing list to stay informed about future collaboration opportunities.
I want one of your beats for an album I’m working on.
Great! You need to purchase the exclusive rights using the player above.
How much do I have to pay in royalties if I use one of your beats?
Royalties from any song you make to a JuiceGodBeats beat are split 50/50.
Who have you produced for? What songs have you made?
Discography (Constantly being updated)
Mzz Sarah G – “War”
Grant Flows – “Getcha Muscle Right”, “Lethal”, “Never Sober”, “Hulked Up”, “Going Crazy”, “The Flow”, “Showtime”
Young Bitiouz – “Drop It”, “Get Em”, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop”
Spike Dubose – “On Deck”
Riggz Two Nice – “Pay My Rent”, “Hit A Mil”, “Heartburn”, “Shake It”, “That Song”
Struc Supreme – “Look EZ”, “Got Next”
DStar – “Chewy”
DaBlackSheep – “K. Klown Magik”, “Goosebumps”, “420 Perspective”
K.R.I.M.E. – “New Ish”, “Drop It”, “Ain’t No Stoppin Me”
V’annis – “Parole”
John Mike – “Suicide”, “Learnin”, “Told Em Like”, “Tired”, “Done”, “Gone”, “Been Known”
TeaMMMafia - “Wopsided”, “Good Times”
Tree Ave – “On Deck”
Joey G – “Life’s Crazy”
Dony T – “Dream On”
GCue – “Joose”, “Missing You”, “Substance Abuse”, “Rain Dance”, “Gas Station Run [Intro]”, “2nd Amendment”, “Golden Gloves”, “Diary of a Madman”, “Chemotherapy”
Quail Mary – “Joose”
Markus Steward – “Chemotherapy”
Ysteezy – “Golden Gloves”
CHI-Lene – “Rhythm Feelin’”
Joey Blaze – “Joey-San”, “Mt. Olympus”
Chriz J – “Game Over”, “Chills & Thrills”, “Cuffin Season”
Kyd Tripp – “Tango”, “Da Vinci Code”, “Apocalypse”
Nolan McKeever – “Missing You”
Charlie2k – “Look EZ”
JuneAKWTS – “Golden Child”, “Too Far”
Mal P – “Too Far”
Kingdom Reign – “Nasty”, “Dope Boys”
June2Real – “Bullet Time Pt. 2”
RBurnz – “Lift Off”
DotGatsby - “This Right Here”
Homemade HipHop CO – “Be Great”, “Take A Picture”
Tony Fresco – “Effin Witchu”
Tonio Johnson – “So In Love”
Famous Holly Bay – “Forever”, “Can I say”, “Outro”
Johnny Ocean – “Lost”
Twonico – “Want It All”
J-Skillz – Atomic $killz
Atomic – Atomic $killz
Splat – “Let’s Fly Together”
Grim – “Poppin’ Tags”, “Paper Chase”
Young Shaq – “Poppin’ Tags”, “Paper Chase”
Young C – “Paper Chase”
The Drew – “Always Been”
AND MANY MANY MANY MORE!!!
JuiceGodBeats LLC is an independent music production company founded in December of 2011. JuiceGodBeats LLC consists of one music producer, Michael White, who goes under the alias of “JuiceGodBeats”. Even though the company consists of only one member, JuiceGodBeats occasionally collaborates with other music producers to create instrumentals. JuiceGodBeats LLC is currently operating out of Worcester, MA, but is not currently open for vocal recording.
Michael got an early start in music, before establishing JuiceGodBeats LLC. Michael played the piano, guitar, and cello growing up. In middle school, Michael won 7 gold medals as a cellist for his school orchestra. Michael continued to participate in orchestra in high school. As a high school student, Michael rapped and wrote songs for fun with his friends. Even though he has been creating music for most of his life, Michael did not start producing instrumentals until he was a sophomore at the College of the Holy Cross. Drawing on inspiration from the hip hop classic movie “Juice”, Michael decided to name his producer alias “JuiceGodBeats”.
Michael jumped straight in to the producing pool by teaching himself how to make beats. Michael distributed his instrumentals using Soundclick, Soundcloud, and Youtube. He established a solid online presence in a short period of time. JuiceGodBeats now has over 39,000 followers on Twitter, 5,000 followers on Soundcloud, and hundreds of thousands of hits on Youtube. He joined forces with popular music producer Taz Taylor to create The Lab Geeks.com (a safe haven for musicians). JuiceGodBeats utilized his talents to get involved in the music scene at Holy Cross as well.
JuiceGodBeats excelled in Advanced Music Theory, Electronic Music, and Advanced Digital Media For Musicians classes at the school. In his free time, JuiceGodBeats operates as a concert audio technician for live performances at the college. JuiceGodBeats is heading into his senior year at the College of the Holy Cross. He continues to juggle his passion and getting an education. After JuiceGodBeats gets his bachelor’s degree in Sociology, he will go straight in to producing music full-time.
DAW: Logic Pro X
Equipment: MacBook Pro, KRK Rokit 5’s, Tascam US-100 Audio Interface, Samson Carbon 49 Key MIDI Controller, and Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones, Maschine
Musical Influences (Producers): Vybe, Superstar O, Johnny Juliano, Cardo, Lex Luger, No ID, Cardiak, Timbaland, Jahlil Beats, The Beat Bully, Justice League, League of Starz, KE on the Track, Doughboy Beatz, Mike Zombie, Mike Dean, Rick Rubin, Harry Fraud, Boi-1da, Venom, Jaywan, DJ Rockstar, Sonny Digital, 808 Mafia, Kane Beats, Ham Squad, Lewi V, Skate Bravo, Track Officialz, Knucklehead, Diplo, Dr. Luke, Big K.R.I.T., Anno Domini Beats, Quincy Jones, Southside, TM88, Jazze Pha, Speaker Knockerz, Crazy Mike, Danja Handz, Taz Taylor, Hit Boy, Chris Surreal, JeeJuh, DJ Mustard, Young Chop, 12 Hunna, Murda Beatz, Zaytoven, Izze The Producer, Nard N B, Scarecrow Beats, Adam Ivy, Epik The Dawn, Yung Exclusive, MikeWilMadeIt, Scott Storch, Key Wayne, Pharrell, Dr. Dre, Noah Shebib, Bangladesh, The Runnerz, DJ Khaled, Lexibanks, Sinema Beats, RicAndThadeus, Dreasbeats, Tarentino, Mr. Kooman, Purps On The Beat, JStaffz, Dirty Vans, Kanye West, Kountdown Beats, Sdot Fire, Sledgren, Childish Major, Lil Keis, Paris Bueller, Big Fruit, C4, DJ Spinz
Music Submission Guidelines
Once you know where to send your music, it’s important to have your material formatted properly. You want to give yourself the highest chance possible of getting the music placed on any blog you send it to.
1. Audio Quality
Before submitting your music, you need to make sure it’s high quality and properly formatted. You should pay an engineer to mix/master your tracks, after you finish recording. Fill out as many metadata fields (Song Title, Artist Name, Album Name, etc.) as you can on your MP3’s so when people can easily search for you after they download your music.
2. Contact Info
The purpose of submitting your music to blogs is to gain more fans, right? Make sure you provide ALL necessary contact information when sending your music out.
Include information like your:
All blogs are unique. Before sending any music, check out a few posts on the blog you are sending to. See what contact info is presented on each post and be sure to include that information as it corresponds to you.
Check out the submission protocol for 2DopeBoyz below!
3. Be Patient
Blogs are extremely busy! Some blogs get hundreds if not thousands of emails every day! You need to give each blog time to respond, after you send them an email. DO NOT SEND MULTIPLE EMAILS CONTAINING THE SAME MESSAGE AND INFORMATION!!! If you blast their email addresses with the same email multiple times, the bloggers will not read it and they may block your email address!
4. Get Your Money Ready
Blogging is a business. Some blogs will post your content after you pay them a fee. Don’t shy away from blogs just because they charge you to post content. The price is usually fair considering how much traffic some major blogs get on a regular basis.
You can use FREE resources like Alexa and SEO Professional to see how popular a blog is.
Tricks To Get Your Music Out There
1. Participate in blog communities regularly
A free way to get your music out there is to participate in blog communities. Leave an honest comment on every blog post you view. The more thoughtful your comments are the higher the chance someone is going to click on your profile. Comment systems, like Disquis, allow for users to rate comments up or down. Use this feature to your advantage. Leave thought provoking analysis on blog posts so people leave positive feedback on your comments.
** Never leave comments like “Yo check out my new song here”… Comments like that just make you look thirsty and are ineffective**
2. Approach smaller blogs with less traffic
Even though it may seem counterintuitive, approaching smaller blogs may be a better solution. Smaller blogs receive far fewer emails than major blogs. Your email has a significantly better chance of getting read by small bloggers. Getting your music on some blogs is better than getting your music on no blogs at all.
3. Contact bloggers in person as opposed to the Internet
Face-to-face networking is significantly more effective than trying to network online. Leverage the connections you already have to interact with more bloggers.
4. Maintain your own blog
If you do music, you should be blogging. Blogs are an inexpensive way to give people more reasons to check out your music. Think about it… You’re on my blog right now J I can easily sell you BEATS, or PRODUCER SOUNDS because I got your attention with this amazing article.
Things To Remember
Not all of your music promotion efforts will be successful. You are going to fail… A LOT! Never get discouraged when a promotional scheme doesn’t go exactly as you planned. One of the most important practices in music promotion is trial and error. As long as you record and analyze the results of every promotional campaign you run, you will be able to develop your own effective promo routine over time. Keep note of how quickly blogs respond to your emails, which blogs reply, and how many extra plays/downloads your music gets after a blog posts it.