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Other producers are shocked and most people think we've lost our minds when they hear that we are giving each and every SoulFyah Instrumental away for free!
Well, maybe we are a little crazy, but after some serious consideration there are a few good reasons we decided to offer our Reggae Beats and Instrumentals for Free. One of them is that we're new to the market and want to spread the word about our brand like wildfire.
But that's by far not all of the story. We believe the foundation of a good business is in the value it has to offer.
SoulFyah offers a high quality product at very affordable rates, but most importantly we want our customers to have a great experience and to be satisfied.
That said, we offer the opportunity to try our instrumentals first, before you make the decision and buy them.
Write and record your songs without annoying audio tags and test our instrumentals in your music or video productions. When done, start promoting it right away on Youtube or Soundcloud.
Yes, they are free for promotional and non-profit purpose!
Furthermore we would like to support independent musicians and artists by offering them high quality music production for free. We understand that it can be tough to get started in the music industry, specially if you don't have access to quality production.
Create and record your songs first, promote them on- and offline, build your following, and once you're ready to sell your music, simply purchase a license in our Reggae Riddims & Hip Hop Beats Store and you're all set.
We believe that if we help you succeed in the music industry, you will be much more likely to work with us in the future.
All non-profit and promotional use of our instrumentals is free, however, if you want to sell the songs you make with our music, you have to purchase a valid license to do so.
All you need to do to get access to a wealth of Free Reggae Beats, Riddims and Instrumentals is to sign up by clicking on the button below.
Not only do you get instant access to download every SoulFyah instrumental that's out there but also receive exclusive offers, learn more about music marketing and much more.
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Q: What is Reggae Music?
Reggae is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late s. The term also denotes the modern popular music of Jamaica and its diaspora.
Reggae is a music genre that is developed by Jamaicans of African ancestry in the late 60s. Reggae bands tend to incorporate musical idioms from many different genres, including mento (a Jamaican folk genre), ska, calypso, rocksteady, and American soul music and rhythm and blues. This genre is known for its propulsive percussion, hypnotic bass lines, and steady up-stroke rhythm guitar (called the skank beat), which has helped it in cutting through as a dance music genre. Most reggae songs tend to feature lyrics in Jamaican Patois, Jamaican English, or lyaric dialects.
As a signature of Jamaican music, reggae is very closely tied to the Rastafarian religion and social movement with roots going back to s Jamaica. To this day, a lot of reggae musicians practice Rastafarianism. Reggae artists usually sing of Rastafari spiritual themes or social justice, aligning the genre with other popular music that arose in the late 60s like American folk rock.
Q: What are the characteristics of Reggae?
Reggae usually relates to news, social gossip, and political commentary. Reggae spread into a commercialized jazz field, being known first as "Rudie blues", then "Ska", later "Bluebeat", and "Rock steady". It is instantly recognizable from the counterpoint between the bass and drum downbeat and the offbeat rhythm section. Stylistically, reggae incorporates some of the musical elements of Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Mento (a celebratory, rural folk form that served its largely rural audience as dance music and an alternative to the hymns and adapted chanteys of local church singing), calypso, and also draws influence from traditional African folk rhythms.
One of the most easily recognizable elements is offbeat rhythms; staccato chords played by a guitar or piano (or both) on the off-beats of the measure. The tempo of reggae is usually slower-paced than both Ska and Rocksteady. The concept of call and response can be found throughout reggae music. The genre of reggae music is led by the drum and bass.
Q: What are the instruments used to produce Reggae?
Bass guitar, Drum kit, Percussion instrument, Guitar, electric organ, piano, synthesizer, brass instrument tape delay, melodica.
Q: When was Reggae founded?
Reggae music started in Jamaica and quickly spread around the world.
Origins in the s - Reggae takes its name from the single "Do the Reggay" by Toots and the Maytals. The same year, tracks like "Nanny Goat" by Larry Marshall, "Israelites" by Desmond Dekker, "No More Heartaches" by The Beltones, and "People Funny Boy" by Lee Perry broke big in Kingston, helping establish reggae as a key form of Jamaican popular music.
Rise of Bob Marley - Perhaps one of the most popular reggae bands, Bob Marley and The Wailers, formed in The band was initially known for their ska and dancehall hits, inspired by contemporary bands like The Skalites.However, as reggae took off, talented singer-songwriter Marley, guitarist Peter Tosh, bass guitar player Aston Barrett, and percussionist Bunny Wailer embraced the genre while producing a string of hits such as the albums "Burnin'" in and "Exodus" in
International popularity - The Wailers ended up reaching an international audience when Eric Clapton covered "I Shot the Sherriff" penned by Marley in Other reggae starts of the 70s include Jimmy Cliff (popular for "The Harder They Come") and the American Johnny Nash (who ended up scoring a major hit with "I Can See Clearly Now"). Roots reggae bands massively thrived outside of Jamaica, the English bands Steel Pulse and UB40 enjoyed notable fame. Popular reggae producers include King Tubby, Lee Perry, and Coxsone Dodd, who was as famous behind the board as he was in front of the mic.
Lasting influence - Offshoots of reggae include lovers rock, ragga, dancehall, toasting, jungle, drum and bass, sound systems, and dub music. Contemporary reggae fusion subgenres include seggae, reggaeton, samba reggae, two-tone, and reggaestep.
Q: How did Reggae evolve?
The immediate origins of reggae were in ska and rocksteady; from the latter, reggae took over the use of the bass as a percussion instrument. Reggae has spread to many countries across the world, often incorporating local instruments and fusing with other genres. Reggae en Español spread from the Spanish-speaking Central American country of Panama to the mainland South American countries of Venezuela and Guyana then to the rest of South America. Caribbean music in the United Kingdom, including reggae, has been popular since the late s and has evolved into several subgenres and fusions.
Q: Where is Reggae famous?
Africa, Australia, Germany, Guyana, Japan, New Zealand, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United States.
Q: What are some famous Reggae music?
Stir Up - The Wailers, No Woman No Cry - Bob Marley and The Wailers, Pressure Drop - Toots and the Maytals, Here I Come - Dennis Brown, Telephone Love - J.C. Lodge.
Q: Can I sell my reggae beats on Gemtracks?
Of course, you can sign up on Gemtracks and click on 'sell beats'. We sell beats from a variety of genres including rap, hip-hop, pop, country, jazz, and a lot more.
You can be a part of the Affiliate Program and sell our beats on your own website to earn a 5% commission for every sale made. You'll get paid directly in your PayPal account within 2 weeks. You can stock up your beat-selling website with s of unsold beats from Gemtrack's inventory. You will be able to choose which ones to sell and earn a commission from.
Each beat can only be sold and once the beat is sold, the beat and copyright letter are sent to the buyer and the beat is removed from the library.
Once the beat is purchased, it will be immediately sent to the mentioned email address in either .rar or .zip file as long as the buyer has mentioned the right email address. The beat will contain the mastered track and stem files to allow the buyer to customize the beat and make changes to it.
Q: How much commission does Gemtracks charge per beat sold?
If you sell your beats on Gemtracks, we will only take 30% of the commission on the beat sold. At Gemtracks, we have had the same price for each beat (i.e. $) since We avoid increasing the prices as we highly value our clients and strive to offer the best beats at the same price. However, we also offer free beats and free downloads which will allow you to check out what Gemtracks is all about.
We are renowned for being one of the best marketplaces for beats and instrumentals where clients can buy/sell beats at fairly affordable prices.
You can enjoy a variety of beats in our library including hip-hop beats, rap beats, EDM rates, rock beats, pop beats, country beats, jazz beats, and more.
Each beat is only sold once and once that particular beat is sold, the buyer will get the beat in their email account and copyright letter in the postal mail, so make sure you give the correct personal details.
Q: Do you offer any season discounts on your beats?
Unfortunately, we don't have any season discounts on our beats. Since , all our beats are available at the same price for $ Moreover, there are other options including free beats and previews that you can check out too.
At Gemtracks, we never increase the prices as we value our customers and want to offer the best quality in terms of beats at the same price as we have always had.
Here you can find the best beats and instrumentals at fairly affordable rates. You can explore a variety of options when it comes to hip-hop beats, EDM beats, rap beats, pop beats, rock beats, jazz beats, country beats, and more.
In fact, it could be quite tricky to search the right beat for your tracks because there are so many amazing options to choose from. There are so many exquisite options that you'll have to think multiple times before choosing which one suits your needs the best. In fact, you will be spending more time selecting from the wide pool of exciting beat options as compared to the process of buying and procuring the beats.
Once you have chosen the beat, you can easily purchase them via the Express Checkout feature by giving your personal details and pressing on the "Buy Now" option to finalize the purchase.
Q: Can I resell a Reggae beat that I have purchased?
You can do anything you want with your beat once you've purchased it. You will have full ownership of the beat, which will allow you to do anything you want with the beat. You resell it, use it for tracks, add your vocals, customize the instrumentals, make money off of it, and keep the profit. Our beats are % royalty-free, which means we never ask for a percentage of profits you'll make from using the beats. You can use the beats for however long you want and keep the revenue for yourself.
Each Gemtracks beat is only sold once, which means if you've bought a particular beat, you will receive the full copyright ownership of the purchased beat.
Once you've received the beat, it'll be up to you to decide how you want to use them in your track or if you want to make changes to the stem files. Moreover, you can keep all the profits you make from that particular beat.
Q: Do I need to credit the producer of the beat?
No you don't. Once you purchase a beat from us, it is all yours. You will have the freedom to use the beat the way you want to without having to credit the producer.
All the beats sold at Gemtracks are royalty-free, meaning any type of beat licensing that will allow the purchased to pay for the beat license only once for using the beat for as long as desired. Whatever revenue an artist makes from those beats, the original beat producer will not be able to claim any royalties because there aren't any royalties attached to begin with.
For example, in case you purchase a royalty-free beat license for a track on your website. You pay a one-time fee whether you have 10 visitors of 1, visitors and whether you use it for 1 week or 5 years. You pay once and you can use it for as long as you wish to. Moreover, you won't have to credit the producer for anything because you hold the copyright to these royalty-free beats.
Q: Does Gemtracks offer mixing and/or mastering service?
Yes, we offer mixing and/or mastering service. If you wish to use our services you can contact us and we will be glad to help you out. Moreover, you can even hire one of our freelancers.
At Gemtracks, you have a wide pool of options to choose from when it comes to hip-hop beats, EDM beats, rap beats, pop beats, rock beats, jazz beats, country beats, and more.
Moreover, there are numerous freelancers who are ready to work for you if you want to get mixing and/or mastering done on your beat.
You can visit the freelancers page and go through their bios to visit their profile. After you have decided the freelancer you want to work with, you can just press on "Contact" and communicate with them how you want to move forward with the mixing and/or mastering service.
Once the project is done and the beat is ready, it will be immediately sent to you on your email account. At Gemtracks, each beat is only sold once, so you can rest assure that the beat you're purchasing will never end up with another party. You will be the full copyright owner of the purchased beat. After receiving the beat, it'll be up to you to decide how you want to use them in your track or if you want to make changes to the stem files.
**FREE** Reggae Instrumental Beat ►EXIT BABYLON RIDDIM◄
Blessed Love Everyone! This one here is a brand new reggae beat with the title "Exit Babylon"🔥
Its about time to exit Babylon!! Once and for all
Please enjoy the vibes 🎵🎧😃
One Love & Jah Guidance!
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**FREE** Reggae Instrumental Beat ►EXIT BABYLON RIDDIM◄ by SoulFyah Productions
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🎵 Key: C#-Minor / BPM
✅ You can use the music for free for any non-profit or promotional purposes.
👉 You MUST give credits to “SoulFyah Productions” on all commercial and non-commercial projects in which you use our music!
❌ You ABSOLUTELY CANNOT use free beats for any commercial or for-profit purposes! For commercial usage get one of our affordable licenses on our website www.soulfyah.com
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With over 20 years of musicianship experience and high quality production gear, we at SoulFyah Productions create original reggae instrumentals and hip-hop beats for recording artists, singers, songwriters, rappers, DJs and MCs.
PERFORM and SELL the songs you make with our instrumentals on any music distribution platform (Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, etc.), % Royalty-Free.
“**FREE** Reggae Instrumental Beat ►EXIT BABYLON RIDDIM◄ by SoulFyah Productions” produced by Hendrixon for www.SoulFyah.com
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