Lease Beats & Their Hidden Power
“OK, so let’s say I buy a lease beat online, I wrote and recorded a dope track to it, now what? Can I Sell It?”
Of course you can sell it! What do you think you bought a lease for?!
O wait… don’t tell me you don’t know about the power of the lease?
Hold up then, let’s take a step back:
Leases were created just for music artists (like you) to be able to take a beat that you’re going crazy over, and to allow you to write to it, record to it and sell it.
But where the magic lies is that you don’t have to pay the producer of the beat an arm and a leg.
You pay just a tiny bit, and your legally allowed to make a nice chunk of change using their beat while selling your song.
When I say nice chunk of change I mean you can sell around 3,000 to 5,000 copies of the song. To put it in simple talk:
You put in $20 – $100 per beat and you can generate $3,000 on the low end to $50,000 if using the single to sell the rest of the album for $10.
Your trading $100 for $50,000!
That’s a pretty amazing return…for any investment…!
You see, you’re not just paying for the actual beat, you pay for the right to make $$$ with it. Now don’t get me wrong, you might not be able to sell a billion copies of your song with just a lease but you’ll be able to sell based on the limit that the producer says is OK.
Now lets pretend you already bought your beat with the lease, after you download your files, look around for the contract (.pdf file) that came with your beat. The file is usually named something like:
When you open the document look around inside of it for something that reads:
“Sell Up To 3,000 copies” or “Use this instrumental for up to 3,000 copies on ONE commercial CD/Demo/Mixtape/etc project.”
If you bought your beat from a site that didn’t give you an actual.pdf, then that means that most likely on their site they have a notice that reads something like this:
“By purchasing from this site you agree to this licensing agreement”.
So this legally binds you as soon as you buy a beat from their site.
You might be thinking that it’s kind of sucky to only be able to sell 3,000 or 5,000 copies of your song (and I completely agree by the way).
That’s why I took the limits off for anyone that buys beats from my site, so if you’d like to be able to sell unlimited copies with just a lease beat then visit the link below.