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Unlimited Audio Streams

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Sell Unlimited Copies

Unlimited Audio Streams

Unlimited Video Streams

100% Royalty-Free

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We have a wide selection of Beats For Rapping. These royalty-free beats for a rap come with unlimited rights – no matter which license you choose! Listen to our instrumentals and pick some beats to rap to from our beat catalog above. If you are looking to buy beats for rapping then you have come to the right place. All beats and licenses are 100% royalty free, so you can keep every cent of your earnings. In other words, after buying a beat license you can distribute your songs on all platforms and don’t have to pay attention to anything else. How cool is that?



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You are a beginner or hobby rapper and don’t want or can’t pay for beats? We got you coveed! We offer not only beats for sale but also beats for rapping as free mp3 downloads. You can download almost every beat from our beat catalog as a free version. Browse beats and click on the green button next to the beat you want. Enter your email address and you will instantly receive the beat for free. Free downloaded beats include voice tags and are for non-commercial use only. So you can record songs and put them on the internet. But you are not allowed to make money with your songs unless you have bought a beat license. So whether you are looking to buy beats for rapping or you are looking for free beats for rapping, you will find it on insaneBeatz!



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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I buy beats for rapping?

Click + next to a beat and select the license you want to purchase. Repeat this step for the desired number of beats. Click the “Buy Now” in the top right corner. Choose whether you want to pay with PayPal or credit card. Instantly after purchase you will receive your download-links via email.

Can I get some beats for free?

Yes! We also offer free downloads for most of our instrumentals for rappers. These ‘free beats’ may only be used for non-commercial purposes and contain voice tags. In other words you are allowed to upload your song to YouTube, Soundcloud etc. but you are not allowed to monetize it. To download a free beats to rap to, click on the green arrow next to a beat. Enter your name and email address and the download link will be sent to you.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept PayPal or credit card payments. In special cases, bank transfers are possible as well. Contact us for further questions.

Are the beats completely untagged?

Yes, all beats for rapping are completely untagged after the purchase of any license. But free downloads contain voice tags.

What is the difference between the "unlimited" licenses?

Every purchase includes a license agreement which grants you unlimited commercial rights and the instrumental(s) as an untagged stereo mix. The only difference between the unlimited licenses is the file format. You can choose whether you only want the MP3 file or the WAV file and trackouts as well.

What are exclusive rights?

After purchasing exclusive rights, the respective beat will be removed from the beat store. From this point on, the beat may no longer be resold and belongs to you. All exclusive beats include unlimited commercial rights and are delivered as untagged MP3 files, WAV files and trackouts.

I want to upgrade my license. How does that work?

You can upgrade your ‘unlimited’ license to a higher license type at any time. An upgrade to exclusive rights is only possible if the beat in question has not previously been sold as an exclusive. Please contact us if you want to upgrade your license. We deduct the amount already paid and you only pay the difference.

Will my license remain valid if someone else buys exclusive rights?

YES! Selling exclusive rights does not affect any previously sold licenses.


Rapping (also shyming, MCing oder spitting) is a rhythmic, distinctive and usually fast chant in popular music and part of the culture of hip-hop. To rap (‘to rap’ or ‘to thump’) suggests the nature of the music and the chant. Today, rap has partially broken away from its roots and is also used in other styles of music, for example in pop, Eurodance, crossover, digital hardcore and metal. Especially in the field of uncommercial rap music, such as the so-called underground rap, a clear demarcation from the original hip-hop music is recognizable.

The main characteristics of popular rap content, apart from “ego-trippin'” and the authenticity (“realness”) of the protagonist, are also characterized by the glorification of drug use, violence, and criminality, such as the acting out of urges and feelings through (for example) revenge or sex. This has regularly led to some recordings being indexed. In addition, colloquially called “image rap”, among other things, fiction-based content is also conveyed by some artists. Furthermore, various rappers use the so-called “storytelling rap”, which can be translated as “telling stories”, as well as “battle rap”, in which a real or fictional opponent is to be humiliated as entertainingly as possible verbally.


In the 1990s, the lyrics of rap revisit life in the American ghettos since the 1970s and process it in the collective memory of black people. In doing so, the lyrics often deal with the problems of crime and drugs, some clearly distancing themselves from it, others approving of the same. From the male rappers, who are by far in the majority, curse words are partly pronounced. This led to the term Conscious/Street Rap, which was introduced by KRS-One (the teacher), the band leader of Boogie Down Productions at the time, and the previously unknown rapper named BurnArt, who told all kinds of stories from his block that shaped his life. However, many rappers were given a negative image by the media (see N.W.A or Tupac Shakur). The concept of gangsta rap became increasingly popular.

Since the “tough” and aggressive criminal style sells better in the main target group of young people than more sophisticated rap lyrics, the major publishing groups have long since also started to specifically look for “stars” worthy of marketing in this street crime scene. This has created a distorted image of rap, which is deliberately promoted by the youth music stations by taking over this limited selection. In this context, the publishing corporations support open hostilities between the individual rappers (whether real or faked) in order to underscore their aggressive image. An analogy of this behavior can be found in American boxing, where even aside from what is actually a purely sporting event, the boxers are given plenty of room to insult each other in front of the press.

Due to the different development of rap music on the West Coast compared to the East Coast, a “war” eventually arose between the two representative labels Death Row Records led by Suge Knight of the West Coast and the Bad Boy Entertainment label led by Puff Daddy of the East Coast. These conflicts escalated and found a deep impact in the rap scene when 2Pac (Tupac Shakur) and Notorious B.I.G. were shot in a drive-by in 1996 and 1997, respectively. The acts have not been solved to this day. Other gangsta rappers include 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre (former N.W.A member).

Meanwhile, hip-hop, and with it American rap, has become a worldwide business. However, rap is not limited to the English language. Especially in France, rap was developed very successfully as a mouthpiece about the problems in the Parisian suburbs. But rap is also becoming increasingly popular in Great Britain, Italy, Germany, Poland, Iran, Japan, Austria, Turkey, Russia and Switzerland.

Mainly native to hip-hop, the methodology of rap is now also used in other musical styles such as Eurodance, house, heavy metal and even country music.

On the other hand, other genres also flow into classic rap. These include music styles such as dancehall, pop music and r’n’b.

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