We've all heard that term, but does it apply to creating music as well?
When I say this I mean does it apply to making better beats, not landing a #1 hit.
I don't make beats all the time, especially since most of the time I'm working or practicing for this audition I have in December/January 2014.
Does that mean that my beats are not going to be up to par with my competitors?
How does this effect you?
After I got out of bootcamp in 2010, my beats sounded irrelevant as hell (because I had weak sounds) but the techniques and arrangements of songs on the radio were easy for me to apply. After getting new sounds, it didn't take me long at all to make relevant sounding tracks.
I've seen dudes who make beats off and on and they are super dope (J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League said they don't even make beats everyday) and then I've seen guys who make beats everyday, like Epik Tha Dawn, and other dope soundclick guys and their beats are dope as well.
Is it like a natural talent thing vs consistent practice kinda thing?
I know I ranted a bit but let me hear your thoughts. . .