Industry Quality Beats For
Industry Quality Beats For Independent Artists
How it works
Select your beats
Browse through the store. Select the beats you’d like, choose a license and click add.
Proceed to checkout and securely make payment via PayPal or Credit / Debit Card.
Download your beats
Your beats and license agreement are sent instantly to your inbox for you to download.
No more complicated license agreements
100% Master Royalties
Alot of hard work goes into making a song. That’s why all DJ Seip licenses grant you 100% of all master royalties earned from the sales/streams of your song.
All licenses include signed agreements that certify your authorized use of the beat in your song. You can instantly download your agreement.
Frequently asked questions
Buying beats is easy! Browse our beats, use the genre,mood or key filters to find what you need, add it to your cart, choose a license, and pay with PayPal or a credit card.
As an artist, you should consider if you want to sell or give away your song for free. If your song is for non-commercial purposes, you may not require a license.
However, if you plan to monetize your streams on platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud, etc., you will need to obtain a license. Based on your project’s size, you can select the leasing option that fits best.
Upon successful payment, the untagged beat (and trackouts if chosen) will be sent to the email address provided during checkout or associated with your PayPal account. Please also check your spam/junk folder.
Upon purchasing a license, you receive both untagged and tagged files. The choice is yours.
Yes, Exclusive Rights to a beat are available for purchase, although the cost depends on the particular beat you want. If you’re keen on buying Exclusive Rights, please contact me.
Listing (Prod. By DJ Seip) at the end of the song title & crediting in the song’s description.
Track-stems refer to the individual files comprising a beat, such as a distinct high-quality WAV file for the kick drum, a separate file for the snare drum, another for the bassline, and so on for each element forming the beat. Most recording studio artists prefer this alternative to achieve more control over the beat for mixing/mastering or rearranging the song.
The artist gets to keep 100% of the mechanical royalties. Mechanical royalties refer to any monies paid out by your label/distributor for the stream/sale of your music.
Writer’s Share (AR)
Artist: 50% (Specifically for the lyrics)
Producer: 50% (Specifically for the composition)
Publisher’s Share (VR)
*Check your license agreement for registration details.