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  • i set up a traktrain but thats mostly for throwaway stuff

  • owenn4000

    maybe this is the wrong section but what tips do you guys have to get people on my beats? I post them on YouTube as type beats and have a traktrain but legit they get like, 12 views

    how do I sell these beats ktt?

    been needing some 💰

    Collaboration with talented producers who are within reach who are willing to collaborate with you and they must have some sort of platform already

  • To add to all that has been said u gotta put in money to promote s***, like buy some views or some promo or whatever, then more people will see it and it can take off, if u wont ever put in the money the views will just stay the same

  • Imagine thinking dudes on YouTube finna pay for your beats lmao start networking bro

  • Make a beat tape and mail it to label offices. CALL label offices. Send emails to everyone even vaguely associated with a label, especially A&Rs. Email the mfs on major label album credits, the lowkey people that people don't really know about like the f***ing tracklist arranger or photographer. Go to album release parties and just build connections and introduce yourself. If your s*** is really hot people will take notice.

    All this rent-a-beat YouTube s*** is hustling backwards, and devaluing your work that people might otherwise pay hundreds of thousands for if the right people hear it. The chance that some industry plant finds your beat on YouTube and blows up with it is less likely than getting hit by lightning twice in the same spot, while basic networking is certain to get you much further.

  • DuragDillinger

    Make a beat tape and mail it to label offices. CALL label offices. Send emails to everyone even vaguely associated with a label, especially A&Rs. Email the mfs on major label album credits, the lowkey people that people don't really know about like the f***ing tracklist arranger or photographer. Go to album release parties and just build connections and introduce yourself. If your s*** is really hot people will take notice.

    All this rent-a-beat YouTube s*** is hustling backwards, and devaluing your work that people might otherwise pay hundreds of thousands for if the right people hear it. The chance that some industry plant finds your beat on YouTube and blows up with it is less likely than getting hit by lightning twice in the same spot, while basic networking is certain to get you much further.

    probably the realest reply on here thanks

  • DuragDillinger

    Make a beat tape and mail it to label offices. CALL label offices. Send emails to everyone even vaguely associated with a label, especially A&Rs. Email the mfs on major label album credits, the lowkey people that people don't really know about like the f***ing tracklist arranger or photographer. Go to album release parties and just build connections and introduce yourself. If your s*** is really hot people will take notice.

    All this rent-a-beat YouTube s*** is hustling backwards, and devaluing your work that people might otherwise pay hundreds of thousands for if the right people hear it. The chance that some industry plant finds your beat on YouTube and blows up with it is less likely than getting hit by lightning twice in the same spot, while basic networking is certain to get you much further.

    Yeah type beats really devalue your work and room for growth as an indepdent artist with a voice of your own.

    This is good advice

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