As an artist, you need to stand out and be sure you don't sound like an amateur rapper. BeatsMonster helps you sound like a major recording rap artist quickly by using our hip hop beatz. Our beats can get you and your music noticed with our career establishing instrumental radio and club beats. We have hundreds of high quality, original beats in a variety of styles, and new instrumentals are added frequently.
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When you hear hip hop beats on the radio they are almost always accompanied by rap lyrics. In this way the song has already been laid out for you. In effect you have a template to go from because the rapper has already taken the time to set the example of how exactly the instrumental hip hop beat can be used. But what most people don't realize when they hear these songs on the radio is both how difficult it is to excel using your own style on an instrumental beat, and also that the way a song sounds doesn't necessarily have to be that way. The final product itself was created with a series of choices that the rapper either consciously or unconsciously made.
Really, when you rap to a virgin instrumental beat that you've never heard before, you are choosing how the flow is going to interact with the beat. A lot of rappers may not realize that they are making choices, but this doesn't hide the fact that they are deciding on how to use the instrumental beat and how their words will sound. And it is one of the most essential parts of creating a song to take into account exactly how you are going to use the instrumental beat from the beginning.
This may be a somewhat difficult concept to get your head around at first, but if when you hear a fresh instrumental beat, you don't take the time to really sit down and diagnose the beat then you are doing yourself, and the song you create, a disservice. Most rappers just take the instrumental beat and rap to it the best they can without giving it another thought. If the product sounds good, then they are happy, if not, they blame the beat and move on to the next one. But this is no way to go about creating music, especially if you are looking to make a name for yourself. You should actually take some time to just listen to an instrumental rap beat before you spit a word over it.
And you should actually do more than just listen to the instrumental rap beat. You should dissect the beat. The more you take the beat apart and get to know that different aspects of the beat, the better off you'll be when you rap to it. By taking your time and just listening before you ever speak a word over a rap instrumental beat then you are giving yourself certain advantages. It's the difference between driving fast on a narrow road you've never seen before and one you've driven on a hundred times. The point is that you can go faster and harder when you already know the terrain than when you are unsure what's coming around the next corner.
The same is true when you rap to instrumental hip hop beats. You should take the time to familiarize yourself to the ins and outs of the beats before you speak a word. By doing this, not only will you get to know the rap instrumental beat you are working with, but you will also get a better understanding of which instrumental beats you don't want to work with.