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Gangsta Beats & Instrumentals For Gangsta Rap Artists & Mixtapes
Gangsta beats have been around for decades now. Since the late 80's and early 90's, mixtapes and rap albums alike were pumping out serious hardcore tracks from a variety of artists. More and more gangsta rap artists came to the forefront and really made an impact to such a degree that the 90's were known as the gangsta rap era. It was also the point where there was a battle between east coast and west coast rap, to which each coast claimed it was better than its counterpart.
I'm sure many of you remember this battle, and even more so, the gangsta instrumentals and music that came out back in the 90's that was a deep inspiration to other gangsta rap artists across the nation to come out and spit their own lyrics about their lives in the hood and so forth. That in itself was a reason I produced the 59 beats below!
Gangsta beats were definitely one of my stronger inspirations... and I was never a gangsta or lived the street life (though I did live in the hood for most of my youth in New York such as Bed Stuy, East New York, and Harlem). Let's face it: the 90's really sparked a point in rap that would be the equivalent of how 60's music impacted the nation, in that it created its own era to which other generations would have to heavily compete against.
Gangsta rap artists of today look up to, and emulate the 90's generation. Sadly however, it seems that gangsta beats weren't produced nearly as much, what with the change of the newer generation and making hip hop music more dance-like. It's difficult to find real good quality gangsta instrumentals nowadays that can really elevate gangsta rap artists of all areas.
So Do Gangsta Beats Even Exist Anymore? Can I Find Them?
Gangsta beats have pretty much gone extinct. Okay, I'm kidding. But given the industry standard today and what they dictate to be created, you see more producers going that route, so gangsta beats are becoming less commonplace. Does that mean that they're non-existent now? Not at all. In fact, I for one enjoyed the gangsta rap artists of the 90's, and their music was an inspiration in my music production today. Artists such as Nas, or Mobb Deep, or Terror Squad (Fat Joe, Big Pun, etc.) for example, all had hott tracks that brought gangsta instrumentals to life. I still listen to these types of tracks, and so, I make sure to make gangsta beats as well.
So Do You Have Gangsta Beats I Can Get For My Tracks?
If you are looking for some serious gangsta instrumentals for your next upcoming rap album or mixtape, you're at the right spot. With the variety of gangsta beats below for sale, and more being added to the site regularly, you'll be sure to make your next project blaze and bang like guns in the streets! The gangsta instrumentals below were created to add that mood of street appeal for gangsta rap artists of all areas, and with many listening to and enjoying the beats on the page that don't even rap, your fans and following will be sure to increase with any of these beats below! Don't let your next thugged out street album suffer. Gangsta rap artists, be sure to jump on the gangsta beats below and buy rap beats here at Genycis.com, and make your album bangin!
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