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Third, what is the reach of the beat selling marketplace? This is where BeatStars and Airbit both excel. Whatever direction you decide to go, just make sure to do your research, and decide what works best for your ambitions and goals. Airbit takes the top spot as it truly is a producer and beatmaker friendly platform.
Custom licenses and contracts, hosted track outs, custom voice tagging, discounts, coupons, and much, much more! If you're also creating and selling sample packs and sound kits, the value of the Platinum Producer level is undeniable.
Take a look for yourself! No worries - Airbit does that for you too! What I love about Sellfy is how you can easily integrate it with your own website or Soundcloud page. If you already have a rock-solid Soundcloud fan base, you don't need to lose any of that by integrating with Sellfy.
Customization is the key here. And if making sample and loop packs or sound kits is your thing, this is also the perfect platform for that. Sellfy is the ultimate platform for selling any digital product. So, as someone looking to sell beats online, you know you can cash in by using Sellfy.
Definitely give Sellfy a look! BeatStars is a name you know and they can make a case for the top spot with their robust beat selling marketplace and platform as well. They don't offer YouTube monetization like Airbit or the flexibility to integrate with other platforms like Sellfy, so that is where the separation comes to play. They do offer, however, a ton of traffic from rappers looking to shop for beats. The downside to this is the saturation of the marketplace here. Make sure your marketing is up to par or contact us for a consultation.
And Audiomack monetization is actually included with the free plan. This is definitely a nice bonus! While DistroKid isn't a traditional platform to sell beats to rappers, it is one that they should not forget about in the food chain of building up their brand and revenue streams as a producer. Many smart producers realize that having their beats on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music or social platforms like TikTok and Instagram increases their overall visibility.
And you can build up your brand this way. Especially if you're producing Lo-Fi or other chill music people can relax to, you absolutely need your music distributed. So, while your beats are for sale on one of these platforms, earn residual income as they get streamed and help promote yourself in the process. Win, win! The old dog of the group, but still a well-visited and trusted platform for music makers, music producers and beatmakers in particular.
Originally launched in , SoundClick is where many industry leading music producers have gotten noticed throughout the years. They do take a competitive cut on all sales to make up for the fact that it is free to store and sell all your tracks here. SoundClick definitely gets the nostalgia vote! This is because the platform is by invitation only.
Think you have what it takes? Request an invitation today! Soundee is a relatively new platform for beatmakers and producers to sell beats on and that's not necessarily a bad thing. I find it pretty cool that the platform was built by producers for producers , and it really shows in the user experience on this platform.
Part of this story. Skip to Content. Written by Yu-Cheng Lin. View Event Info. Producers take on many forms and they are arguably the engines that drive many different styles of popular music today. With new talents each day entering this crowded, competitive scene it's hard to keep up with who's making the hottest, freshest sounds. That's why we decided to put together this list of the 25 best producers under the age of That means year-old producers like Sonny Digital, Arca, AG Cook and DJ Mustard are not included here, not to mention the many anonymous and mysterious young guns whose ages remain a mystery shout out to Quantum Natives, Activia Benz, etc.
Some of our picks are already wildly popular, some relatively unknown, and some on the cusp of breaking through. Some helped define genres before they turned 21, some aren't even out of high school. No matter their place in the hierarchy, these producers are dropping the most exciting productions around. I events. This record is made from Xenomorph blood 1 min read.
Hear an exclusive mix from Radio 1's Danny Howard 2 min read. Remember Menace? He just topped the US chart 1 min read. Metro Boomin. City: Atlanta, Georgia Why he's important: Metro Boomin is arguably the most recognisable, sought-after and consistent hip-hop producer from a city already teeming with talent.
If any under producer is dramatically shaping contemporary pop music from the bottom up, it's Metro Boomin. Kyle Hall. City: Detroit, Michigan Why he's important: With Detroit luminaries lauding his skills, Kyle Hall is a proven young talent with some of the most inventive, defiant, and raw production you'll hear anywhere.
Essential listening: Girl U So Strong, a forward-thinking cut that appeared on Hyperdub's year anniversary compilation in but was already four years old. Burberry Perry. So as the rapper continues his upward trending, Burberry Perry will be right there alongside him with snappy, idiosyncratic production. Collaborators: Lil Yachty, Winter. City: Montreal, Canada Why he's important: This Haitian-Canadian artist notched a viral hit with his remix of Janet Jackson back in , but after a name-change from Kaytradamus and a host of remixes, EP and singles, Kaytranada is only now releasing his debut, Essential listening: Glowed Up, from his forthcoming debut.
Porter Robinson. Essential listening: Flicker, a track from his debut Worlds that sees Robinson playing with soul samples and structure. Angel-Ho offers politicised, razor-sharp soundworlds spread across mixes, remixes, and original productions. Collaborators: Rabit , Chino Amobi , Arca. Larry Fisherman aka Mac Miller. City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Why he's important: While Mac Miller's best known for his spit game, he's also an incredible producer as alter-ego Larry Fisherman , having worked his production magic for himself, friends, and even The BasedGod.
Nidia Minaj. City: Bordeaux, France Why she's important: She's one of few female producers active in the experimental Afro-Portugese dance-music scene, which has produced some of the rawest, most invigorating club sounds in the world. Nidia Minaj is also one of its best. Essential listening: Danger, her air-tight release on Lisbon's influential Principe imprint.
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