· By Sample Genius

The new era of beatmakers is here!


The music industry has changed a lot since the early 2000s. New technology has enabled artists to make their own beats, which have then been used by other artists and musicians. This new era of beatmakers is what's driving the music industry forward today. Here are some of the ways in which we can expect this new era to impact our lives:

Out of the streets and onto the charts

The new era of beatmakers is here, As we've seen in the past few years, they're playing a bigger role in music than ever before, with their beats being used to create hit singles and albums alike. In fact, it's become so common for artists to use them that people have forgotten how groundbreaking this shift was—the first time a rapper or hip-hop producer made money off their work was back in 2004 when Kanye West released 808s & Heartbreak (and only sold 527 copies).

The success of these artists has also led to increased exposure elsewhere: while some may still be waiting for mainstream success (or even recognition), others are already making bank with their beats—even if they're just selling tracks on SoundCloud or YouTube!

New kinds of corporate sponsorships

In the past, beatmakers were a rich, underground community. They existed in their own world, with little to no contact with the outside world and often only knowing each other personally. The rise of social media has changed all that; now it's possible for beatmakers to reach out to their fans and make new connections with them.

The general public has also become more involved in hip-hop culture as well as musicianship itself—and not just through watching music videos on YouTube or listening to songs on Spotify! Nowadays we can find articles written by journalists who have never heard any sort of rap before but still understand what makes good beats sound good (or bad). This helps educate people who might otherwise not know how talented these artists really are: they're not just random strangers playing around on laptops while they wait around until someone gives them $20 worth of weed money...

Global artists look toward underground beatmakers

You might think that these new artists will be from the underground, but they're not. The beatmakers of 2022 are going to be the new rock stars, pop icons and rappers. They'll be making music for everyone at once—not just for specific audiences or genres. And if you're an established artist looking to break into this new world of beatsmiths? Well...you better get ready!

An edgy, exotic, and sometimes confrontational sound

The sound of beatmakers is a mix of hip-hop, drill and trap. It's influenced by foreign cultures and often features confrontational lyrics. The style has become increasingly popular over the last decade as it offers a unique way to create music that is both edgy and accessible at the same time.

The strategies of beatmakers today will be copied around the world in the future.

You may be thinking, “How could this new era of beatmakers affect my business?” If you're like me, then you've always been curious about what makes up a good beat and how it can be used to make money.

The answer is simple: The strategies of beatmakers today will be copied around the world in the future. The rise of these artists has given them an edge over other musicians who don't know how to make beats or aren't willing or able to invest in their own production studios.


With global music markets growing rapidly, it's clear that the future of hip-hop is bright. But what will be the next trends? How can you leverage this emerging market to grow your business?