Bryson Tiller that he found and purchased the instrumental portion of his -topping, platinum-selling single "Don't" online. Desiigner's "Panda" beat was found on YouTube, purchased for $200 and became the No. 1 song in the country in 2016.
In the hip-hop world, one could argue that the days of artists spending extensive hours in a posh recording studio, and spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to work with an in-demand record producer are over.
In similar vein, beat makers no longer need to wait for an industry connection to submit their production to an artist. As is the case for...
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