Joined February 2014
Twitter should be renamed The Shiny Object Network.
I also found @dustjamdj He makes beats. I might end up under his tutelage for this strange magic as this has always been a goal of mine. The logical voice in my head says "you can't learn it all!" I say F-U stupid voice in my head, I'll do what I want! (five minutes a day)
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What the hell are plug beats? Does this involve a wall socket?
"Don't send any weak beats." Says the artist with no influence and hardly any followers.
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Wow! Someone is charging people money to critique their beats. This guy is an absolute nobody. I wouldn’t even pay to have his recommendations of the best restaurants.
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Artists on Twitter, will never have a dialogue with producers. They act like they are entitled to receive beats at a moments notice. If you are going to act unresponsive, than make your own damn beats!
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Whenever someone is asking for drill beats, I automatically think of being at the dentist.
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A lot of artists seem to be looking for R&B beats. I'm more of a hip hop producer myself. I have nothing against R&B, it's just not my prime specialty.
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Some artists request trap beats and then have the nerve to say "Don't send trash!" I'm sorry, but trap beats are garbage.
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I really don't like going on Twitter anymore. Everything on Twitter is now just doom and gloom and idiots arguing with other idiots. I just search on Twitter for artists who are looking for beats. That's it.
A lot of producers seem to post their links even when an artist tweets out an email address of where to send beats. No offense, but does anyone follow instructions anymore?
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Sending loops to other producers......
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A lot of these artists are really picky when it comes to selecting beats. It comes down to this, if you don't like the beats producers are sending you, learn how to make your own beats. It's as simple as that.
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It's funny how some producers tweet to popular artists, asking them if and where they can send beats. 10 times out of 10, these artists aren't going to tweet them back. They don't know you, so there is no obligation to do so.
I think some people are coming around to the idea that trap and drill is repetitive and boring. Not to sound like an old man telling kids to get off his lawn, but trap and drill isn’t hip hop. Never has been, never will be.
I don't see the point in producers sending their beats to get reviewed and played on live streams. Does this lead to any opportunities? I'm guessing 9 times out of 10 it doesn't.
What the hell are pain beats?
What's with all of these tweets from producers telling other producers to send them loops to make beats with? A producer's job is to come up with their own loops. I thought this was in the job description.
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Some artists actually send me a message back saying they like my beats that I sent them. But after that, I never get a follow up message. It happens every time. It's really predictable at this point.
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“Send beats. Let’s work!” Just a subtle way of saying they are not going to pay for your beats.
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