Grammy Producer Rockwilder Starts Beef with Rocbattle.com
New York-- Producer Rockwilder known for his music production for Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Method Man, Redman and dozens more has opened up the online spot for music producers to make money. His reason for launching Rocbattle.com is to help producers gain exposure and get paid for their beats.
The goal for Rocbattle.com is to help producers in the game make money producing beats. The website will allow producers to sell and auction their beats while keeping all money they generate from their sales. Whether they sell the beat for $10 or $1000, the producers will be able to keep total money earned with no commission taken from RocBattle. To top it all off, producers can get a chance to battle Rockwilder himself, or challenge other producers and go head to head in battles with each other to win daily cash prizes. This is a great opportunity for any producer trying to make money producing beats and gain exposure for their talents.
In Early December 2005 Rockwilder launched his first website Rocbeats.com to help unsigned artist and independent labels get quality music to help advance their careers. With the success of his first website he now has opened doors for music producers to battle each other and himself for cash prizes.
Rockwilder teamed up with the Trailblaze Studios, the owners and developers of LetsBeef.com. LetsBeef.com is the worlds best freestyle battle site, in where Emcees can battle each other over the net for free. Rockwilder stated that Technology has allowed lots of hip hop talent to prosper in unconventional ways and now I'm using the advancements of it to help music producers get some shine. The founders of LetsBeef.com have guaranteed that the website will be the best site for Producers to battle and sell their beats. The website will function as no other hip hop website has, with features and advancements such as ways to protect the uploaded beats, keep track of the producers sales and auction, as well as have battle and beat ratings, stats and rankings.
When asked what he is trying to accomplish he said: "Just last week I was in the studio with Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel and Beyonce. I got over 16 years in the game making hit music and I have worked with everybody that I set out to work with. Now basically what I'm doing is using my name and accomplishments to help other producers get exposure."
Written by DJ Z on 05/2/06
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