Category Archives: Beats

Ill instrumentals to rhyme to.

araabMUZIK – “Blackout” (Instrumental)

AraabMuzikRDaraabMUZIK drops a new instrumental for you to rap to.

Mr. Porter Chops Glasper (Instrumental LP)


If you’ve never heard the musical talents of jazz pianist Robert Glasper, former D12 member Mr. Porter tweeks some new beats for you emcee’s out there to study and write to.

Black Milk – Synth or Soul (Album Stream)


The Motor City producer/emcee is giving us a taste of the series titled Fuzz, Freqs & Colors with the release of the first installment Synth Or Soul instrumentals.  Sounds good to us.  Read the rest of this entry

Black Milk – “Computer Ugly Ugly/ Why Worry” (Instrumentals)


The Fuzz, Freqs & Colors visual/instrumental series from Black Milk and illustrator Upendo “Pen” Taylor is on its way.  Until then, check the preview of Synth or Soul.

BEFORE: New Tunes: Black Milk – “Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst”

Kendrick Lamar ft. Drake – “Poetic Justice” (Instrumental)


Attention Rapper’s: Producer Scoop DeVille releases this good kid, m.A.A.d city instrumental.  Using the sample from Janet Jackson/Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis’ 1994 hit “Any Time, Any Place” this song is once again high on airplay across the country.  Go ahead and spit some bars.

AraabMUZIK – “Motion Picture” (Instrumental)


Emcees out there: AraabMUZIK drops a bonus loosie from his For Professional Use Only mixtape.

AraabMUZIK – For Professional Use Only – (Mixtape)


AraabMuzik releases 20 beats for all you rapper’s to spit over.  Keep reading for the download link.  Read the rest of this entry

Jahlil Beats – ‘Crack Music 6’ (Beat Mixtape)


Roc Nation’s Jahlil Beats releases his latest instrumental tape from the Crack Music series.  Keep reading for the download link. Rapper’s, start rapping!  Read the rest of this entry

Producer Bangladesh Talks Getting $ For Beats

Grammy Award winning producer Bangladesh breaks down his experiences on the basic avenues of getting paid as a music producer.  The industry today has almost as many people making beats as there are rapping.  Why is it that so few become known names?  First and foremost, the producers who many of you may have in your top ten or twenty list have studied the business of music.  Many times this means making mistakes and learning lessons the hard way in this ever-changing climate.  In this clip, the producer of Ludacris’ “What’s Your Fantasy” and Lil’ Wayne’s “A Milli” gives his answer on the question many of you are wondering.   How do I get money for those beats sitting in my hard drive?

Trackstar the DJ – Out of the Darkness (Mixtape)


The Best of Organized Noize, highlights the Dungeon Family’s Rico Wade, Sleepy Brown & Ray Murray stellar production.  The crew is responsible for the boardwork behind OutKast, TLC, Goodie Mob, Ludacris, Killer Mike and a few others you may have heard of.  Keep going for the tracklist and download link. Read the rest of this entry