Underground Hip Hop Beats

We have a wide arrangement of Underground and Boom Bap Beats For Sale. These Instrumentals Range In Styles Of Nas, 9th Wonder, DJ Premire, Wu Tang Clan and more.  All Underground Beats Below Are Royalty Free And Are Delivered Untagged. If you are looking for quality Underground Hip Hop Beats then you have come to right place. 

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Will all tags be removed once I purchase the beat?  

Yes. Once purchased you will receive download links with all tags removed from the beats.  

Do you accept payment other than PayPal?  

Yes we accept all major credit cards as well using payment application named Stripe. You will be presented with payment options once you check out.  

I can't afford exclusives, do you have payment plans?  

Unfortunately we do not offer payment plans for exclusives but Paypal Credit does offer plans. Click following link to learn more www.creditapply.paypal.com   

What are track outs?  

It means that every sound of the beat (drums, snares, hit hats, instruments, samples, vocals etc…) will all be separated in high quality wav audio files also known as stems. This is extremely beneficial because now your audio engineer will have more control or the editing, mix, and master process of the beat for the best sound possible.  

Once I purchase a beat will it be removed from the site?  

Only if you purchase Exclusive Rights. Any other leases will remain on the site and will still be owned by Grizzly Beatz   

What happens if I buy a lease and someone purchases exclusive rights? Will I still be able to use it?  

Absolutely. By purchasing a lease you automatically receive a digital contract that grants you rights to continue use of the beat as long as the contractual agreements are not violated. However you will not be able to upgrade your license.

DJ Muggs Announces New Album, releases single with MF DOOM & Freddie Gibbs 

By EricSoul Word Is Bond


DJ Muggs has just announced a new album called ‘Assassination Day’, which is scheduled to be released August 3rd through his Soul Assassins imprint. The album itself will feature a “chapter” concept with a number of emcees.

For example, MF DOOM has a two-song “chapter” with one of the collaborative tracks featuring Freddie Gibbs (as the first single, which you could hear below). This “chapter” of the MUGGSxDOOM concept will be released next Friday, June 29th. You can already pre-order the vinyl now.

According to Madlib’s website, Assassination Day “is a thematic album with a vigilante concept where hip-hop takes corruption head-on, figuratively killing off powerful evildoers in positions of power as the story unfolds.”

Soul Assassins Records will be releasing a limited vinyl of 1000 pressings (already being sold on the website) of the two-song project between Muggs & DOOM. A portion of that (300 copies) will be distributed with colored vinyl packages and will include an exclusive Kool G Rap’s remix of “Corona” and also two unreleased instrumentals by Muggs.

In addition to this, there will be 300 handmade copies that will be sold on Rappcats, packaged in five unique screen-printed jackets. The other 300 will be sold in Europe via HHV. The last 100 will be sold at a pop-up event at Rappcats HQ in Los Angeles (Highland Park) next Saturday, June 30th. The event is free, and it’s from noon-6PM, so be sure to arrive early!

Listen to the song ‘Deathwish’ below. Also, check out the preview to the animated video, which will be out Tuesday.

Q&A With Up And Coming French Producer ALM 

Yo ALM!! We are blessed to be able to expose quality french Hip Hop!! Especially from a true up and coming producer such as yourself!!  One of our main contributors BOOM really loved your EP and reviewed it, giving it a solid 8/10!!  Please let us know when was the first time you ever laid hands on production equipment? What motivated you to become a producer/Beat Maker? Are you a software or hardware producer?

I try to make my first beat at 10-11 years old. I used a PC and I just tried to sample some sounds of the first Tomb Raider video game. Then I owned my first sampler at 12: the Zoom ST224. I recorded my beats and rappers from my hood with a tape player/recorder.

I really involved myself in the music production at 20 years old. I fully produced an EP and an album (as rapper and producer). For these projects, I used mainly Cubase and plugins. Then I decided to stop rapping and focused myself on beatmaking and engineering. I started to buy some equipments: the sampler AKAI S950, Korg synthesizer, analog mixer, some racks and then I bought a MPC 1000 replaced nest by a MPC 2500. In 2012, I opened my first studio and I decided to sell all these stuffs to invest in high-class studio equipment, mainly mastering equipment because my objective was to open a dedicated mastering studio. I opened it in 2014 and now I have a professional high-class mastering studio in Montpellier (www.alm-studio.com). For the beatmaking, now I only use Maschine of Native instrument with a lot of plugins, and I have my own sample library (that I created with the S950, the MPC and all stuffs)

Tell us about the underground Hip Hop scene out there in France?

Wow that’s a huge question. Well, as around the world, hip hop is now everywhere in France: underground, mainstream, rich and poor people. You have a kind of hip hop for everybody. In France, hip hop is now omnipresent in the society: media, television, sport, festival… We have a lot of underground artists, perhaps too much? For real you can find rappers in every hood, every city. In Montpellier, for example, every week we have hip hop live concerts, open mic session, DJ in bars, concert hall… Hip hop is everywhere but the talented and “serious” artists are rarer. It’s why I don’t hesitate to work with artists around the world.

Out there in France, do people use social media as much as people out here in the US do! Instagram seems like the place to be nowadays! Give us you take on how important or non-important social media is out there!

For sure, people use a lot of social media here. As label manager, artist and studio owner, these last years I really worked hard to get a great exposure on social media. Recently, I recruit my first partner for the label and she worked on web marketing, social media, press, and booking…

Personally, I’m not a fan of Instagram and snapchat because it’s not easy to publish music content (with a good quality of listening). For me, these social media are more for pics and the interaction is ephemeral. I think the platform to be (and to be good) is now Spotify. Their last improvements for the artist pages are very cool and nowadays to be in playlists is the most important thing. Moreover, thanks to Spotify, Soundcloud and Youtube my audience is truly located around the world.

Please breakdown the creative process of your new “Beauty for Freedom” EP? how did you end up connecting with those extremely talented international singers?

In 2017 I released an international chill music compilation called ‘Above the Clouds’ (https://www.feiyr.com/x/BNTR6). After that, I decided to release, in the same way, an international project but only with my own beats. I wanted to release an album with talented artists that I have chosen. I’ve been inspired by hip-hop producers like DJ Khaled, Mike Will Made It, Dr. Dre, Timbaland and so on. For the moment, I can’t invite Nas and Kendrick on my album but perhaps one day? lol

So one year before I activated my network and prepared a selection of beats. Then I sent all the beats to different artists around the world and I selected these five songs because I felt something special, something coherent. They recorded the vocals and sent me everything for mixing and mastering. Thanks to the internet, it’s very easy to work like that now. You only have to be credible. I always send my previous projects to the artists and more and more I have their confidence. Finally, I founded the project title “Beauty for Freedom” the first time I listened to the draft of “Just Begun”. It was a special moment!

How often do you perform out in France!? Any there any dope downtown hotspots out there in France that are known for Hip Hop shows/events!?

Well, it depends on the projects. For each release, I try to perform as much as possible. Usually, I do around 10-15 concerts and radio per release but it really depends. We can perform in each medium and big cities here, it’s not really difficult because hip hop is very famous. What is more difficult is to get a decent revenue and to play in high-class concert halls. But it’s possible if you have a good marketing strategy and an efficient team.

Please tell us abut your mission statement regarding your music and movement. What do you want fans to walk away with after listening toy our projects? Also, please describe your sound in the simplest way possible?

In general, I really pay attention to the sound quality. Certainly, because I’m mastering engineer… I try to get my own sound in composition, mixing and mastering. My sound is dynamic punchy warm and I hope with a lot of emotion. In rap music, too many artists neglect the global sound quality because it’s very easy to produce a beat, record a vocal, make a basic mastering and put it on Youtube. Guys use the same plugins and sample banks, the same mastering tools put everything at the maximum and at the end the sound is saturated and lifeless. I try to stand out from others with the sound quality.

For this project, the challenge was to create a perfect sounding harmony with five different artists from pop to modern soul, abstract and rap music. The thread between the songs is the beauty. In art, we are all looking for beauty or energy to escape from the material world and our everyday life. This EP is just a piece of beauty to release our mind and travel to another world. As a producer, I really paid attention to get perfect melodies harmony. My objective was definitely to get a warm sounding and smooth album.

What you got cooking next? Anything special for Summer 2018!!??

Yeah sure, 2018 is a very rich year for the label. In July, we will release a maxi single of remixes of the song Twerk by Vaskez Malakay, a rapper that I produced. We are shooting the clip for the deep house remix, especially for the summer. I’m so excited, it will be so hot. Then, we will release an international mixtape in September with artists around the world again. The project is mixed by DJ Bigmat, a famous DJ from Montpellier. It will be a real international mixtape with several featurings.

Our most popular question, what is your definition of “Underground Hip Hop”?

For me, underground hip hop is all the hip hop culture not supported by the major companies and mainstream media. It’s not a kind of sound but more a position in the music industry.

Where can fans find your music? Drop all links!!

https://www.facebook.com/ALM.Prods/

https://www.facebook.com/Adrien.ALM

https://artists.spotify.com/c/artist/1D5htX4ri6eFUt0xyuwfSy/profile

https://almproductions.bandcamp.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMkIWOCWO4K6DHcBLdQuPpw

Any Shout Outs??

Big up undergroundhiphopblog.com you are probably the best blog around the world supporting rising artists!

Grey Yard is on WIB Rap Radio 

By Chase March Word Is Bond


Shout out to Lee who called into Word is Bond Rap Radio, last week to request a Grey Yard song.

I was unaware of the Australian hip-hop duo until I played the song live on the air. What I heard impressed me. I thanked Lee for his request and his good taste in music.

After I podcasted the episode, Grey Yard hit me up to thank me for featuring their music on the show. So they went from request to guest in one week.

It was great talking to them and playing more of their music. Plus, I spun two hours of great live radio too.

Apollo Brown and Locksmith – Advice to My Younger Self
JorDel Downz ft Jux Cain & Young Stitch – Violins
Hezekiah, Soulpete, and Bodziers – You Know What
Teenburger – Bee Smiling
King Kold ft Freeway – Everything Depends on You
Swann – G.F.Y.
Reks & Short Fuyz – NE 617
Grey Yard – I Never Knew
Grey Yard ft Shirt – Whole World
Grey Yard – Fade to Grey
Sankdafied – Detained
Full Circle – Recognize
Broken Complex ft Intuition – Show Stealing
J. Cole – 1985 (DJ Premier Remix)
Kyo Itachi ft Chino XL – Ear Drums
The Get By ft Shad – Stereotype
BLeafs ft Masta Ace & Terminology – Been Waiting
Tone Chop & Frost Gamble – Better with Time
Words ft Vokab – Wrong Place
Young RJ ft De La Soul – Turning Me Off
Craig Mack – Don’t Worry Mack Tonite
MC Fubb ft J Shiltz – Take Notice
Sintax the Terrific and DJ Kurfu – The Shining Wire
Fashawn – Life as a Shorty
Spose – Poof
Homegrown Monsters – Out of Breath
Royce Da 5’9″ – God Speed

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