. No matter how good your beats and production is if you don't have the right attitude a lot of opportunities may fall through. A little kindness can go a long way in this business. We have to remember as the sales start going up and the fan base is growing not to let it all go your head. Always be polite to potential customers and do not judge them. You never know they could be the next Eminem or Jay-Z. You should be open and willing to work with anyone, as long as they show a passion for music and practice professional work ethics.
Tip #2: Try to show variety in your production. It's OK to have your "specialty". Mine is old school underground hip hop, but I also produce in the genres: R&B, Dirty South, Trap, New School and East Coast. You want to have something to offer to everyone. You never know who will come across your work. This will increase your sales and projects that you will be involved in. This will also help in keeping your production catalogue from sounding redundant. Other producers and artist will also respect you more for stepping out of your element and producing different styles.
Tip #3: Give back to the Community. I mean Give people some free beats. This never hurts. You never know who might hear your beat playing on someones iPod or mix-tape. Get your music