Trap Beats for lease for your album - BeatsPremier
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1

Same Song

03:16 100 ,
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Illuminati

03:05 140 ,
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3

Sunrise

03:32 100 ,
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4

House Party

04:00 95 ,
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5

Turnt

02:38 160 ,
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6

Fuck12

03:16 140 ,
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7

Fame

03:55 140 ,
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8

The Real

03:14 92 ,
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9

Drink Up

03:07 95 ,
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10

Latin Vibe

02:13 137 ,
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11

omg

04:25 140 ,
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12

Focus

03:39 170 ,
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13

Vitamin C

00:00 100
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14

Bardi

03:02 140 ,
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15

Positive

02:51
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16

Rain

04:09 120 ,
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17

Timeless

04:30 140 ,
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18

Licks

02:42 100
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19

My Pain

03:08 95 ,
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20

HalfOZ

03:29 95 ,
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21

Panomera

04:33 140
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22

Jupiter

03:47 130
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23

Good kush

04:35 92 ,
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24

Chicken Head

04:02 145 ,
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First off, trap beats for lease can certainly be found on several websites. With the rise of online producers, finding beats is not a problem. Sure, everybody got beats, but not all beats are equal. There are many licensing options available, however, leasing instrumentals are often the choice for many. In this article, we will break down the differences and list our favorite beat websites. But first, why should you buy non-exclusive rights?

Why lease hip hop or trap beats?

Leasing trap beats can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. This type of license allows you to invest in other important areas. Many times music artists record songs for their albums and often songs don’t make the final project. Leasing instrumentals is a good way to get around this issue.

Websites like airbit and traktrain are good places to search for beats to lease. Also, searching on YouTube is a great way to find a music producer online. Alternatively, you can always browse our beat store here.

Difference between leasing and exclusive ownership

First, the main difference between leasing trap beats and buying exclusive rights is ownership. When you lease an instrumental you’re essentially renting the beat and other artists can do the same. Secondly, exclusive ownership grants you full rights and ensures that only you will own the beat. Exclusive pricing can vary anywhere from $100-$2000 depending on the music producer.


Having full rights to your beats will always be better, however, for the independent rapper, a lease is fine. We recommended obtaining an unlimited lease. Furthermore, with this type of lease, you can sell unlimited units and never worry about a sales cap.

In conclusion, trap beats for lease or buying exclusive rights is merely a matter of personal preference. Lastly, what is your favorite type of license to use and why? Please let us know in the comment section below.