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Welcome to Typebeats.org the #1 website showcasing the latest type beats from YouTube and Beatstars. Most of the Type Beats on this site are free to use for non-profit. If you wish to profit from your song or from the Free Type Beat then you must respectfully contact the producer. Some of the type beats we feature are: Lil Skies Type Beats, Gunna and Lil Baby Type Beats, Drake Type Beats, Lil Pump, J Cole, Lil Skies and more.

What are type beats? Type beats are instrumentals that have been catered to a specific artist. For example if you go on youtube and type in “type beat” pretty much every artist will come up. From Chief Keef type beat, Young Thug Type Beat, Future type beat, Drake type beat to Clams Casino type beat. You can pretty much search any artist and their type beat will pop up. Type beats is the easier way for a rapper or musician to connect to a producer. All the rapper has to say is “do you have any drake type beats?” and all the producer would have to reply is simply yes or no. I honestly think its a good time saving approach when looking for beats or instrumentals. It cuts out all the unnecessary inquiries some artists or rappers seem to request or search for when they’re looking for a specific type of beat.


Just Blaze & Young Guru talk Rocafella Days, Keep It Real Wednesdays, Cam'Ron, Freeway + More

Just Blaze & Young Guru talk Rocafella Days, Keep It Real Wednesdays, Cam'Ron, Freeway + More

http://www.hardknock.tv Just Blaze and Young Guru sit down for an exclusive conversation on Hard Knock TV. In Part 2 Just Blaze and Young Guru start off talking about early Rocafella days and how they think there won't be a conglomerate like that again for several reasons. As the interview continues they share stories of how Keep It Real Wednesdays came about and how producers would get laughed out of the studio if they didn't bring their a game. Just Blaze goes on to say how he decided who got what beats including stories of how Cam'ron got the beat for Welcome to New York City so Jay-Z could jump on the track and how Just Blaze made the beat for Roc Da Mic for Freeway and then Beanie Sigel heard it and jumped on it.

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