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Always be ready to dig in them crates with this Beats Hustler B-boy Shirt.


• 100% cotton
• Fabric weight: 6.0 oz/y² (203.4 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk
• Boxy fit
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Seamless double-needle 7⁄8″ (2.2 cm) collar
• Double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem

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Size guide:

S (inches) 28 18
M (inches) 29 20
L (inches) 30 22
XL (inches) 31 24
2XL (inches) 32 26
3XL (inches) 33 28
4XL (inches) 34 30
5XL (inches) 35 32
S (cm) 71.1 45.7
M (cm) 73.7 50.8
L (cm) 76.2 55.9
XL (cm) 78.7 61
2XL (cm) 81.3 66
3XL (cm) 83.8 71.1
4XL (cm) 86.4 76.2
5XL (cm) 89 81.3


The Beat Hustling Game

The beat selling game can be a tricky one to crack. If you’re new to it, it can feel like a steep learning curve. When you don’t have anyone to give your beats to, the process can feel almost impossible. But if you keep at it, you’ll find your feet sooner rather than later. The tricky part is figuring out how exactly you go about doing that in the first place. You might not know where or how to advertise your beats to people who will want them. And putting them online might not be the best way to go about things either. It can be hard knowing where and how to sell beats so that they reach the ears of people who will want them in the first place.

How To Find People Who Want To Buy Beats

The first challenge of selling beats is finding people who will want to buy them. If you’re just starting out, you might think that you’ll be able to sell your beats to anyone. But, the reality is that you need to find people who will be able to pay. Be aware of who your potential clients are and where they’re likely to be. If you’re just starting out, selling beats to other musicians is a great place to start. You might not be able to charge as much as someone like Swizz Beatz would, but if you’re just starting out, you don’t have to make a killing off your beats. You just need enough to make a profit. And selling a couple of beats a month could help you do that. Pick A Niche to start with Like Hip-Hop Clothing, BBoy clothing, EDM or Drum N Bass for the Junglists

Selling Beats Online

There are a few online stores that you can sell beats to. You can also put some on your website and list them on social media. The biggest one is probably SoundClick, where you can list your beats for free. Another popular one is MyBeatstore. And then there are a few others like Sell Beats Online and Battle rhymes. But, it’s important to remember that although you can list your beats online, not everyone will be able to hear them. This is because online stores for selling beats can be a little bit exclusive. Be sure to research any sites you put your beats on to see what kinds of people they cater to. This will help you figure out the kinds of people who will be able to buy your beats. And you’ll be able to figure out whether or not they’re the kinds of people who you want to work with.

Networking With Other Producers

If you’re working in a studio with other producers, you can try to sell your beats to them. You can offer to make them a beat for free in exchange for them giving you a shout out or for using one of your beats on their track. So, you have to be careful not to take advantage of people. But, you can also try to make connections with other producers in your area. You can get involved in beat battles, like the ones that happen on Instagram. Or, you can try to get involved in a group of beatmakers in your area. These can be great ways to start making connections with other producers and to figure out who might want to buy your beats.

The Bottom Line

Beat selling can be a great way to make extra income. It can also be a great way to get your name out there as an artist. If you’re just starting out though, it can be a really tricky thing to do. The key is to find people who want to buy your beats in the first place. Finding these people can be tricky if you’re new to it. But, you can make it happen if you know how to sell beats and where to find the right people. And if you’re just starting out, don’t be afraid to ask for help. It’s better to be safe than sorry. You’ll want to make sure that you can make some money off your beats in the first place.


Panic 39 Bboy Clothing out of Los Angeles, CA.

Established in 1999 has been providing quality gear for the Underground Hip Hop, B-Boy, Popping & Drum N Bass Scenes and has crossed over to MMA & Extreme Sports. 

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