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What Are Beats Per Minute and What Can BPM Tell You?


You might hear the term “BPM” a lot from doctors or fitness enthusiasts, but what is BPM? It stands for “Beats Per Minute”—but it isn’t just useful for determining your heart rate! Knowing the BPM for a song is useful in the world of A/V content creation as well. Here’s our quick guide to understand BPM and how it can be useful in your creative process.

How to Count the BPM in Music

Determining the BPM of a song is fairly simple, but a little musical background may be helpful. On sheet music, instrumentation is written out using musical notation, which is divided into small sections called measures. Each measure is then comprised of a series of music notes, which are the melody and/or harmony of a song.

From there, a time signature is used to determine how many beats are in a measure, which is then how the composer determines how many notes are allowed in each measure. Thus, the tempo determines the performance speed of the music. So when you count how many beats are in one minute of a song played at a specific tempo, you can quickly determine the Beats Per Minute or BPM.

And if you’re pressed for time, count the beats in 15 seconds of music, and then multiply that number by 4. Voila!

How to Use BPM and Tempo in Your Creative Projects

Why is this useful? The tempo of a song generally correlates with the kind of mood a song will set in a video or any project that utilizes music to invoke a specific feeling in the audience. The higher the BPM, the faster the song, which is great for scenes that are joyful, exciting, or need to move quickly or intensely. Meanwhile, a lower BPM means the song is slower, which is fitting scenes that are sad, dramatic or romantic.

Different tempos fall into specific ranges, which are helpful when determining the BPM as well as what music works best for your project:

Largo (very slow) is 40–60 BPM.
Larghetto (less slow) is 60–66 BPM.
Adagio (moderately slow) is 66–76 BPM.
Andante (walking speed) is 76–108 BPM.
Moderato (moderate) is 108–120 BPM.
Allegro (fast) is 120–168 BPM.
Presto (faster) is 168–200 BPM.
Prestissimo (even faster) is 200+ BPM.

Searching by BPM to Find the Perfect Song

Did you know that you can search for music by BPM right on Storyblocks? There’s a slider on the left side of the search results page that runs from 0–250 BPM. Every track also includes its BPM on the preview page for reference. So, the next time you’re looking for music to use in your next project, try searching by BPM and see what turns up—it may just be the perfect track to amp up your project to the next level!

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Amanda Storey

Staff Writer

Amanda hails from Maryland and is a writer and Customer Experience Expert at Storyblocks. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Electronic Media and Film and her writing focuses include cinema history, beginner tutorials for Adobe programs, and stock collections.

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Emo rap

Fusion genre of hip hop and emo

Emo rap is a fusion genre of hip hop and emo.[7] Originating in the SoundCloud rap scene in the mid-2010s,[8] the genre fuses characteristics of hip hop music, such as beats and rapping, with the lyrical themes, instrumentals, and vocals commonly found in emo music.

Characteristics[edit]

Publications have described emo rap as taking influence from hip hop,[9][10]emo,[9][10]trap,[7]pop punk,[11]nu metal,[9]indie rock,[7]post-hardcore[12] and cloud rap.[10]

Emo rap departs from the "traditional" tones found in modern mainstream hip hop in favor of more emotional and personal lyrical content,[13][14] described by the Wall Street Journal as "giving their elders the finger."[15] Lyrics tend to focus on topics such as depression,[16] loneliness, anxiety,[17] drug abuse, nihilism,[18] suicide,[9] heartbreak,[19] and self-medication.[20] The genre is characterized by its combination of musical elements commonly found in conscious hip hop with indie rock instrumentals.[21]Sampling often uses 2000s pop punk and emo songs. Much of the sampling has been influenced by artists who inspired the genre, such as Mineral, Underoath and The Postal Service.[22][23] Some emo rappers also make use of original instrumentation.[24] Horse Head of the collective GothBoiClique has described the music as "...sort of nostalgic, but it's new too...no one's really done shit like this. It's like emo rap and melodic trap".[25]

Fans of the music are sometimes referred to as "sad boys", in reference to emo rapper Yung Lean's music group by the same name.[3][26][27]

History[edit]

2000s: Precursors[edit]

Prior to emo rap solidifying itself as a genre, the term was applied by critics to rappers such as Joe Budden,[28]Kanye West,[29] and Drake[30][31] due to their emotional styles of lyric writing. American rapper Slug of Atmosphere claimed in 2017 that he invented the name "emo rap" in an IR Magazine article from 1997.[20] The music of German rapper Casper, which was influenced by both hip hop and bands like Give up the Ghost, Modern Life is War and Grave Digger, was often referred to as "emo rap" early on in his career.[32]Huffington Post writer Kia Makarechi described American group Hollywood Undead as "crass emo-rap" in 2012 article.[33]

Additionally, between the 1990s and early-2010s, there was a number of significant crossovers between the hip hop scene and the emo and pop punk scene. Zebrahead have been playing a style of music that features vocalist Ali Tabatabaee rapping over pop punk instrumentals since the band's formation in 1995.[34] Rapper MC Lars has been making use of samples and references to emo and pop punk songs in his music since his 2004 debut album.[35][36] Pop punk band Good Charlotte, often stated that they took influence from hip hop and in 2007 released the album Greatest Remixes, which consisted of a number of their previously released songs being remixed by both hip hop and pop punk musicians such as Jay E, Patrick Stump, Marshall Goodman and William Beckett. In 2005, Stump and Pete Wentz founded DCD2 Records, which signed both emo and hip hop artists, who would often collaborate and tour alongside one another. DCD2 signees Cobra Starship and Gym Class Heroes also merged elements of both genres. In 2006, rapper Kanye West remixed emo pop band Fall Out Boy's song "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race". Fearless Records released the album Punk Goes Crunk in 2008, which was made up of emo and pop punk musicians covering popular hip hip songs. Emo band Framing Hanley covered rapper Lil Wayne's song Lollipop in 2008 and Lil Wayne went on to collaborative with pop punk band Weezer in 2011, on the song "Can't Stop Partying".[11] Also in 2012, prominent pop-punk band blink-182 featured rapper Yelawolf on the track "Pretty Little Girl" from their Dogs Eating Dogs EP.[37]

2010s: Popularity and deaths[edit]

Emo rap was pioneered by Bones,[38] whose VHS-recorded music videos and dark production and aesthetic were so influential on the hip hop underground of the time that Dazed described him as the "underground rap king."[39] In 2012, members of Thraxxhouse, a subgroup of Raider Klan, formed GothBoiClique (GBC),[40] with the intention of drawing connections between the emo, trap, dark wave, black metal and indie rock scenes.[41] GBC's style of emo rap influenced swathes of artists in the underground emo and hip hop scenes on SoundCloud,[41] with Lil Lotus,[42]Lil Peep[43] and Lil Tracy,[40] all citing the group as an influence and the latter-most two even eventually becoming members. During this time, a DIY ethos came to define the genre,[44][45] to the extent that when Shinigami released his debut album Luna on Spotify, he was derided as a sellout, due to the streaming service's ability to monetize.[46]

In 2017, Lil Uzi Vert's song "XO Tour Llif3" became a sleeper hit. The song, characterized as emo hip hop[48] due to its lyrics referring to suicide and emotional breakdowns peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100.[49][50] In August 2017, XXXTentacion released his debut album 17 with the lead single "Jocelyn Flores" which addresses the suicide of a friend[51] and Lil Uzi Vert released his debut studio album Luv Is Rage 2. The release of both the projects and their high peak on the Billboard 200 became defining moments for emo rap in the mainstream.[52][53] At the same time, Lil Peep was branded by Pitchfork the "future of emo" in January 2017[54] and fronted as a pioneer of the emo revival by The Guardian.[55]

A sample of XXXTentacion's song "Sad!", from his 2018 album ?. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100chart and is the best selling emo rap song of all-time.

In November 2017, Lil Peep died of a Fentanyl overdose.[57][58] Shortly afterwards, Lil Peep's debut studio album Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1 and the lead single "Awful Things" charted on the Billboard charts.[59] His death brought increased notability to the genre as a whole and particularly to artists such as Trippie Redd and Lil Aaron.[60][61] In June 2018, XXXTentacion was murdered, and like Peep, his albums 17 and ? charted the following week, along with his hit song "SAD!" charting at 1st on the BillboardHot 100.[62] In September 2018, a posthumous collaboration between the two artists, "Falling Down" was released and became certified Platinum in the US.[63] The same year, emo rap was the fastest-growing genre on Spotify in 2018.[64] In December 2019, Juice WRLD died after suffering a seizure, induced by an overdose of oxycodone and codeine.[65] He was known to most people for the songs "All Girls Are the Same" and "Lucid Dreams", the latter peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2018 and returned to the chart in 2019 at number eight following his death.[66]

In 2018 and 2019, notable emo rappers 24kGoldn,[67]Poorstacy,[68][69]the Kid Laroi,[70]Powfu[71] and Iann Dior[72] were all signed by labels where they released their debut EPs. On February 8, 2020, Powfu released their single "Death Bed (Coffee for Your Head)" with Beabadoobee, which peaked at number one on the U.S. Hot Rock/Alternative Songs chart.[73] On July 24, 2020, Dior and 24kGoldn released the chart-topping song "Mood",[74][75] which by January 2021 was certified triple platinum.[76]Forbes described 2020 as "The Year Rap Artists Rule The Rock Charts",[73] while Spin writer Al Shipley described the merger of pop punk and rap as 2020's "commercial juggernaut".[77]

Influence[edit]

The popularity of emo rap led to a number of mainstream musicians incorporating elements of it into their music in the late-2010s and early-2020s. Notable artists to do so include Justin Bieber,[78]Ariana Grande,[79] and Miley Cyrus.[80]

Emo rap, along with styles like cloud rap, trap, dubstep, trance, chiptune and pop music were influential on the development of the hyperpop genre.[81] The genre gained mainstream attention in the late-2010s and early-2020s through artists such as 100 Gecs, Charli XCX, and Dorian Electra.[82]

The genre also brought about a revived interest in pop punk in the mainstream.[83][84] This interest led to the 2020s pop punk revival. In particular, Machine Gun Kelly's album Tickets to My Downfall was described by the Evening Standard as "bridg[ing] the gap" between the contemporary pop punk and emo rap scenes.[85] During this time, a number of emo rappers such as Trippie Redd,[86]Lil Tracy,[87]Cold Hart,[88]Lil Aaron,[89] and 24kGoldn[90] also began releasing pop punk albums and songs.

See also[edit]

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KEY: E | BPM: 115 | WAV + STEMS
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Delta - Slow sad rap beat

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91 BPM. No Stressin’ beat with a club style hook by Quis.

Hook Lyrics: Got them girls on call, we single for the night, so we poppin bottles we gonna do it all night, we got that money, right, yea we got that money, that money. Go ahead and roll, tell me where the freaks at, we’ve been drinkin so long ain’t no tellin where we at, we so high off the ground, we ain’t trying to come down, we ain’t even stressin.
91 BPM. No Stressin’ beat with a club style hook by Quis. Lyrics
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Got them girls on call, we single for the night, so we poppin bottles we gonna do it all night, we got that money, right, yea we got that money, that money. Go ahead and roll, tell me where the freaks at, we’ve been drinkin so long ain’t no tellin where we at, we so high off the ground, we ain’t trying to come down, we ain’t even stressin.
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No More (With Hook) - Sad Emotional Rap Beat With Hook

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113 BPM. No More beat with an emotional hook by Nate.

Hook Lyrics: And now you’re falling, calling out to me but I can’t hear you, searching for you but I can’t find you, you’ve gone too far and I can’t see you, no more, no more.
113 BPM. No More beat with an emotional hook by Nate. Lyrics
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And now you’re falling, calling out to me but I can’t hear you, searching for you but I can’t find you, you’ve gone too far and I can’t see you, no more, no more.
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122 BPM. Carry On beat with hook by Nate.

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As the waters rise, I’m helpless and lost will I survive. Losing my mind, the demons inside me feel alive. This path I’m on, is my chance at redemption gone, I’ll carry on, into the darkest nights I’ve known, I’ll carry on.
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Sad by Furkan Sert, Elnur Mikayilov Information

This song is track #1 in Sad by Furkan Sert, Elnur Mikayilov, which has a total of 1 tracks. The duration of this track is 3:19 and was released on June 25, 2021. As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there. Sad doesn't provide as much energy as other songs but, this track can still be danceable to some people.

Sad BPM

Sad has a BPM of 100. Since this track has a tempo of 100, the tempo markings of this song would be Andante (at a walking pace). Overall, we believe that this song has a slow tempo.

Sad Key

The key of Sad is A Minor. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 8A. So, the perfect camelot match for 8A would be either 8A or 7B. While, a low energy boost can consist of either 8B or 9A. For moderate energy boost, you would use 5A and a high energy boost can either be 10A or 3A. However, if you are looking for a low energy drop, finding a song with a camelot key of 7A would be a great choice. Where 11A would give you a moderate drop, and 6A or 1A would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 11B allows you to change the mood.

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