Beats Showcase by True Substance

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These are sample free original instrumentals composed by Vintage

Vintage Beats (Sample-Free) by Vintage Beatz

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Free Beats

Gang Starr – DWYCK (Vintage Remix)
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Lorde – A World Alone (Instrumental Remake)
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This is aVintage Remix of Gang Starr – DWYCK featuring Nice N Smooth (Free Download)

Gang Starr - Vintage Remix

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This is just a brief walk-through of a beat I made on the MPC2000XL

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This is a step by step process of how to sync the Akai MPD18 to FL Studio 10 SliceX using two methods.

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Primo+DAngelo+JDilla+AlchemistWhen it comes to making beat instrumentals, there’s an inner duality of being original or just going with the trend. So I ask  Is there a way to make something catering to the pop industry but without losing your signature sound?

Hip Hop Meets Pop

DJ+Premier+Primo++AguileraOne of Hip Hops prominent producers, DJ Premier, known for his  boom bap beat instrumentals produced an album for American pop singer Christina Aguilera. These two artists from different genres were able to pull it off successfully without jeopardizing their artistic expression. Even-though Premier went R&B , he was able to keep his signature sound and the admiration of Christina fans. Primo also collaborated with R&B singers such as Craig David and D’Angelo.

Which Do You Choose

jay23532I guess what it comes to is a choice.  Do you wanna make beat instrumentals for the heart and soul or the dollar ? In this industry there’s either a”trend-setter”or “trend-follower”. I believe people crave that unique sound that no one else has, but who wants to take that road ? It takes guts no glory to separate self from the norm and say “to hell with everyone else, I’m gonna do it my way”. The road can be a lonely one  at times but is it  worth the journey ?

Taking A Chance

IMG_4828As a hip hop producer, I believe that it’s alright to take a chance into the abyss. For a couple of reasons: It challenges my versatility  in the studio. I’ll never know what other styles I’m capable of when making  beat instrumentals. Now I’m sure there are many producers who would say “Quality” over “Quantity” ;however,  If someone were to offer you $100,000 for a “pop rock country” beat knowing that it’s not your usual craft, would you really say NO ? Sometimes words don’t really mean much until you’re actually in that situation.

The Price To Pay

400-04209518Being enticed by the monetary side of the business can be a day to day struggle. It’s know wonder why artists begin their venture  with uniqueness and originality and then “sell out” after a couple of albums. At the end of the day, all speculation set aside, It’s all about what’s most important to you.

What are your views on this topic ? Feel free to leave a comment

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Another one in my rotation list.

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Diggin in the Crates

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