Hiya! It’s MizzHitZ, and I’m back after a long hiatus. But, I’m back with some fire! Yep, that’s right! I’m back with beats that will blow your socks off.
Lately, I’ve been honing and learning my craft to get better and better. I feel with this new batch of beats that I’ll be dropping, I have topped any other beats I have ever made.
When Are They Coming?
Stay patient, the new batch of beats will be rolling out very shortly. As a matter of fact, these new instrumentals will be the start of MizzHitZthaProducer 2.0, and they’re going to make a ton of buzz. Yes you better believe it. I’m going to knock the socks off the music industry with these new beats.
I’ve revamped my sound, my style, my mindset, and the way I present my music. MizzHitZthaProducer 2.0 is better than ever. I’ve taken my instrumental beats to the next level and added some real value.
The Great ‘I Am’ Beattape
Yep! You heard it first! I’m releasing the instrumental beattape of the year. This beattape is going to be epic. It is going to bring forth the new version of myself and my music to the world.
You just wait and see!…
Anywho… that’s all for now. Just keep hanging with me and I’ll keep you filled in on my new hip hop and rap beats and instrumental beattape dropping soon!
I love rap far too much to write such a negative article without providing an equally positive counterpart.
Without further ado, these are the top ten artists I could see finding that’s serene balance between quality music and popular appeal.
Celeb Forever is a science experiment gone wrong. The guy is just about every next gen rapper in one. The fact that he has so much rhyming capability can sometimes tip Celeb towards being overly-lyrical.
Celeb Forever also kind of a blank slate so, as of right now, his songs have less of a personal feel. However, consistently over the years Celeb Forever has noticeably improved with every mixtape fine tuning his style. Not to mention, Celeb’s beat selection is heavilyradio friendly.
A year or two more of growth, and I think Celeb Forever could be a main player in the industry.
You can buy the leasing rights to this Dirty South beat for only $19.95!
If you’re into Cash Out’s sound this Dirty South Instrumental may just be for you. I tried to get the essentials of a Cash Out Type Beat down for those of you that were asking.
I started this beat off of a piano pattern that I had got inspired by as I was watching beatmaking videos on Youtube. From there, I eq’d the piano sound so that It could sit just right in the beat and still have room for the other instruments.
Posted by Nathan S. on 08/06/12 for refinedhype.com
Water’s wet, Rick Ross is fat and we live in a world where free mixtapes are the norm and for-purchase albums are the exception. While we can go back and forth for hours on whether the rise of free music has been good or bad for rappers (easier for an artist to blow up now, harder for them to make money once they’ve blown), there’s one group that’s just outright suffered: producers.
If we’re talking a “mixtape” in the traditional sense, then we’re talking about famous instrumentals being re-used. It’s a practice so common that we don’t really think anything of it, but objectively, it’s actually kind of fucked up. When we get right down to it, a producer’s beat (their work) is being re-used in a way they don’t support, and without payment. If WorldStarHipHop started taking my articles, re-typing them so they weren’t as good as the original, and I wasn’t getting paid? Yeah, I’d be kind of pissed.
I think the fact that I spend the majority of my life thinking about hip-hop, and it wasn’t until last week that the complete absence of female producers even occurred to me, really says it all.Seriously though. Take a minute and name some female producers. If you can name more than Missy Elliott, congratulations, you’ve done better than me. I literally can’t think of a single other producer than Missy, which is insane. Right? Even allmighty Google doesn’t seem to have many answers. Really? This is a topic that requires in-depth research?
Posted by Nathan S. on 12/14/11 for refinedhype.com
Thank God for child support cases. Rappers may exaggerate their annual income on record, but when they’re in front of that judge they’re not exactly anxious to talk about their ten new cars, and from Nas to Game it’s the best way to figure out just how much your favorite rappers are really making.
Case in point, this week Gucci Mane settled his child support case, revealing in the process that he makes approximately $25K a month, or about $300K a year. For the legions of people who hate Gucci based solely on his essentially incomprehensible music alone this confirmation of his cash flow added fuel to their bonfires of hatred, but let’s take a deep breath. Just how rich is Gucci Mane?
Posted by Andrew Lewis on on 06/23/12 for refinedhype.com
Earlier last week rapper Consequence was interviewed by the The Breakfast Club over at Power 105.1 ; he was asked about a number of topics that mainly surrounded Kanye and the G.O.O.D Music family, but aside from discussing who wrote this and who wrote that, a nice debate about the inner workings of the music industry was illustrated.
Quence mainly spoke about Budgets/Advances and why your favorite artist doesn’t break the glass ceiling when it comes to releasing an album; So lets dive into these subjects a bit deeper. Budgets and Advances are virtually inside every recording agreement, the record label will guarantee the artist a series of advance payments throughout the term of the contract. Depending on how much “noise/buzz” surrounding a particular artist will determine the advance upon signing of the record agreement, with additional advances payable on the occurrence of a number various events, such as commencement of the recording of an album, completion of the recording of an album along with its delivery to and acceptance by the record company, commercial release, etc.
Posted by Andrew Lewis on 07/16/12
(Editor’s Note: In the time that Andrew first handed this column in Beanie Sigel was sentenced to two years in prison for failure to pay taxes and Young Buck was sentenced to three years in part for unpaid taxes. So yes, trouble with the IRS is more than just a couple isolated examples, it’s an epidemic.)
“You can’t run and you can’t hide, if you work for the man, Uncle Sam will find you”. This saying holds weight for every working man/woman worldwide, but it somewhat feels directly intended for those who believe they can get away without giving Uncle Sam his “fair” share. Now if whether you believe that Uncle Sam deserves any piece of your income that topic is up for discussion, but as for the rest of us filing our earnings and loses is something we have to do once a year.