The Corporatethief Beats aka Daniel is a young and up in coming music producer from Dublin Ireland. As owner and founder of http://www.thecorporatethiefbeats.com he produces unique hip hop and rap beats for sale or lease.
Growing up he had a passion for music and learned how to play the guitar and piano. During his teen age years he joined some local band and began to write acoustic songs on the guitar and played them to local open mic night in clubs in bars.
Some of his friends prompted him to invest in some music production soft ware to record his songs and place them online. There he came by music production soft like that of cubase and Fl studio and got hooked at making rap beats.
He then took some of his saving and enrolled in a music production course in Galway Technical Instit
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