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Why My Beat lease Licenses Are “Exclusive”?!?

Hello guys, today we are going to talk about beat lease licenses. I'm going to tell you something that could seem a bit strange, but if you do think about it, you will see that all the things that I'm going to say have sense. I'm ready for some hater to start insulting me, but I don't mind, I'm sure a lot of you will understand. Here is the controversial sentence: "My beat lease licenses are still exclusive." Ok, I know it seems strange to say, keep reading to understand my point of view. Let's get into details. Even if I sell beat lease licenses they still keep some exclusivity and here's how I can do this trick: -I don't offer crazy bulk discounts as other producers do for this specific reason. Imagine that I gave you four beat when you bought one, and I did this for every artist that bought just one beat. It would be straightforward that many rappers will have those same beats. -Prices: Having a higher entry price from most of the competitors I make sure that artist that are not serious about their music does not even think about buying one of my beats, again this helps to increase the "exclusivity" of my lease. -I do this because I don't mind having 10/20/30 songs made on the same beat. Instead, I would prefer to have just one that is a hit. I can just produce a lot of beats that I don't need to sales the same beat 100 times. Indeed I don't think that only because it's a lease license too many people should have the same beat lease licenses. In fact what I want for my beats is to have the right artist on them and I think that not everyone is this person. The reason that made me lease my beats to help this artist to get the chance on rapping on the beat he loves without having to buy an expensive, exclusive license. (I offer both Lease licenses and Exclusive licenses BTW) Other considerations Another thing that a lot of producers do is to give hundreds of beats for free in exchange for your email. This will end making all the rappers that join their email list to have the same beats. I don't really like this idea, and seems that a lot of rappers also usually don't want to use overused beats. This is not the only problem that comes with the free beat strategy; It devalues producers work, but that is another story... Also, I could barely set up a giveaway where rappers could win one beat license. Also, I won't give away too many beats even in this case. I did one giveaway recently, and I don't think that I will do another one for a long time. So, even if I offer the "Free beat license" at the moment, as you could see on my YouTube channel, I don't title my videos with "(Free)" like all the producers do nowadays. So, there won't be too many peoples with the free license. BTW my free licenses are pretty useless if not for evaluation purposes. (As said before, the beats that I give away for free are 100% free, no BS.) BTW I have some 100% Free Beats Too (Let me explain please) I also have some free beats for you guys but that's not my main focus, and I do that only in some particular situations. Like is using samples from other hip-hop/rap/trap producers from popular songs and I don't feel comfortable selling them. Indeed, I consider those as some beat remakes from popular songs... Even if those aren't actual remakes, I just used the samples from that song and flipped it. That's why I don't want to sell them! You can download my free beats from here. And yeah those are 100% free beat licenses, and with that I mean you could also use them commercially. But those have nothing to do with my beat lease licenses and exclusive licenses. Conclusions In conclusion, this is how my beat lease licenses still keep some exclusivity. And with that, I mean that it is improbable that they get overused from rappers all around the world. Hope that you understood what I said and if you have some question regarding this topic just leave a comment, I will reply personally to every one of them. If you are serious about improving the quality of your music, you should check my beats catalog and grab a beat lease license or exclusive license today! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO MY CATALOG Also, if you liked this post, I suggest you read some other interesting blog post on My Blog For today it's all, Flooded Beats. P.S. Follow me on my social profiles to stay updated and to know when new beats and posts will be available. Follow me on Instagram for some sneak previews of upcoming projects @floodedbeats :)

Hello guys, today we are going to talk about beat lease licenses.

I’m going to tell you something that could seem a bit strange, but if you do think about it, you will see that all the things that I’m going to say have sense.

I’m ready for some hater to start insulting me, but I don’t mind, I’m sure a lot of you will understand.

Here is the controversial sentence: “My beat lease licenses are still exclusive.”

Ok, I know it seems strange to say, keep reading to understand my point of view.

Let’s get into details.

Even if I sell beat lease licenses they still keep some exclusivity and here’s how I can do this trick:

I don’t offer crazy bulk discounts as other producers do for this specific reason. Imagine that I gave you four beat when you bought one, and I did this for every artist that bought just one beat. It would be straightforward that many rappers will have those same beats.

Prices: Having a higher entry price from most of the competitors I make sure that artist that are not serious about their music does not even think about buying one of my beats, again this helps to increase the “exclusivity” of my lease.

-I do this because I don’t mind having 10/20/30 songs made on the same beat. Instead, I would prefer to have just one that is a hit. I can just produce a lot of beats that I don’t need to sales the same beat 100 times.

Indeed I don’t think that only because it’s a lease license too many people should have the same beat lease licenses. In fact what I want for my beats is to have the right artist on them and I think that not everyone is this person.

The reason that made me lease my beats to help this artist to get the chance on rapping on the beat he loves without having to buy an expensive, exclusive license. (I offer both Lease licenses and Exclusive licenses BTW)

Other considerations

Another thing that a lot of producers do is to give hundreds of beats for free in exchange for your email. This will end making all the rappers that join their email list to have the same beats. I don’t really like this idea, and seems that a lot of rappers also usually don’t want to use overused beats.

This is not the only problem that comes with the free beat strategy; It devalues producers work, but that is another story…

Also, I could barely set up a giveaway where rappers could win one beat license. Also, I won’t give away too many beats even in this case. I did one giveaway recently, and I don’t think that I will do another one for a long time.

So, even if I offer the “Free beat license” at the moment, as you could see on my YouTube channel, I don’t title my videos with “(Free)” like all the producers do nowadays. So, there won’t be too many peoples with the free license. BTW my free licenses are pretty useless if not for evaluation purposes. (As said before, the beats that I give away for free are 100% free, no BS.)

BTW I have some 100% Free Beats Too (Let me explain please)

I also have some free beats for you guys but that’s not my main focus, and I do that only in some particular situations. Like is using samples from other hip-hop/rap/trap producers from popular songs and I don’t feel comfortable selling them.

Indeed, I consider those as some beat remakes from popular songs… Even if those aren’t actual remakes, I just used the samples from that song and flipped it. That’s why I don’t want to sell them!

You can download my free beats from here. And yeah those are 100% free beat licenses, and with that I mean you could also use them commercially. But those have nothing to do with my beat lease licenses and exclusive licenses.

Conclusions

In conclusion, this is how my beat lease licenses still keep some exclusivity. And with that, I mean that it is improbable that they get overused from rappers all around the world.

Hope that you understood what I said and if you have some question regarding this topic just leave a comment, I will reply personally to every one of them.

If you are serious about improving the quality of your music, you should check my beats catalog and grab a beat lease license or exclusive license today!

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO MY CATALOG

Also, if you liked this post, I suggest you read some other interesting blog post on My Blog

For today it’s all,

Flooded Beats.

P.S. Follow me on my social profiles to stay updated and to know when new beats and posts will be available. Follow me on Instagram for some sneak previews of upcoming projects @floodedbeats 🙂

 

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