BPM Supreme is one of the most popular DJ Pools out there. I’ve been using BPM supreme myself for over a year now and I wanted to share my experience with you. DJ Pools can be expensive so it’s important that you make the right choice when choosing a DJ Pool. This review of BPM supreme will hopefully help you make the right decision.
BPM Supreme Likes and Dislikes
|Easy to navigate the website||Would like to see more acapella’s|
|Wide range of different genres|
|Good place for inspiration|
|Effective and easy searching|
BPM Supreme Review Key Takeaways
BPM Supreme is a great DJ pool that offers good value for its price. They are focused on 1 main genre but the other genres are not neglected. They have a nice diverse music collection, that will keep you interested and inspired for a long time. The website is one of the easiest to navigate and user-friendly that I’ve seen so far.
For Who is BPM Supreme the Right Fit
BPM Supreme is especially for you if you like to DJ with Hip-Hop. There is also a wide range of dance music like House, Electro House, Progressive House and Tech House.
BPM Supreme would be a great choice for Open format DJs
BPM Supreme Music Genres
BPM Supreme works with Categories. Within those categories, you can find specific genres.
Below you’ll find an overview of the newly added tracks over the course of 5 weeks per category
You can find Techno, Deephouse, Tech House, Trance, and alike genres in the Dance category.
|Hip-Hop & RnB||36||38||44||27||27||172|
|The ’80s and back||3||1||3||0||4||11|
What we can take away from the above results is:
- BPM Supremes’ new releases are heavily focused on 1 specific genre: Hip-Hop & R&B
- Releases, on average, 62.2 new songs every week.
Overall these are their top 5 genres for new releases on BPM Supreme:
- Hip-Hop and R&B (172)
- Dance Music (41)
- Pop/Mainstream (29)
- The ’90s (23)
- The ’80s and back & The ’00s (both 11)
What also stands out to me is that, although the ’90s are long gone, and no new music is created for that category, still 23 tracks were added for that category in 5 weeks. That’s pretty impressive.
The Full BPM Supreme Genre List
Here is a list of all the genres of BPM Supreme in alphabetical order:
- Dance Pop
- Deep House
- Drum & Bass
- Drum Loops
- Electro House
- Future Bass
- Future House
- Hip Hop
- Jersey Club
- Latin Pop
- Nu Disco
- Nu R&B
- Nu Wave
- Progressive House
- Tech House
- Tropical House
- 4th Of July
- Cinco de Mayo
- New Year’s Eve
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Valentine’s Day
BPM Supreme Website Review
Look and Feel
The overall look and feel of the website is very user-friendly. It’s well structured and organized.
When you log in to your personal account you’ll immediately see a well-structured and organized overview of all their lists and charts.
It’s not overwhelming at all and looks easy on the eyes.
The website has a light mode and a dark mode, which is pretty nice for some variation. I think most DJ pool websites have this feature though.
It is very easy to navigate the BPM Supreme website. The menu bar is well structured so you can easily find what you’re looking for.
In the New Releases, and Trends categories on the website, there is a filter on the right side of the screen that is always there. I like that because it makes finding what you’re looking for a lot easier and quicker.
The search feature on the BPM Supreme website is great. It’s very easy to use and has all the filters you need and more.
You can filter their entire library on Key and/or BPM, Music Category, Genre, and Mood. You can also leave remixes out of your search which is very useful sometimes.
The BPM Supreme search feature is great for compiling a new playlist for your next DJ mix.
BPM Supreme Music Catalog Review
I will go over BPM Supreme’s catalog in the way they organize their music catalog.
BPM Supreme’s new releases are categorized into 13 categories:
- BPM Originals
- Hip-Hop and R&B
- Dance Music
- Rock / Alternative
- Reggae / Dancehall
- The ’80s and back
- The ’90s
- The ’00s
Most releases are within the Hip-Hop and R&B category.
According to my research, BPM Supreme releases on average 34,4 new Hip-Hop and R&B tracks every week.
Another nice addition to the playlists and curated sets is the Trends area on their website.
These trends lists will show you the most downloaded songs, daily, weekly, and monthly, for each category.
You can get a nice image of what DJs have been playing lately. Maybe you want to do the same, maybe you want to go a different route.
It’s always nice to check the trends to see if you’re missing out on a huge potential hit.
The BPM Supreme playlists categories:
- Club Hits
- On Air
- Must Plays
- Best of
- Edits and Exclusives
- All time hits
Curated sets are actual DJ sets that DJs have compiled together. It’s also a great source of inspiration.
Sometimes the British DJ school Crossfader will provide you with the actual video where they perform the mix and a breakdown of the mix. They tell you how they found the songs and why they picked these specific songs and give you a behind-the-scenes view.
In my opinion very educational. I’ve learned a lot in these mix breakdowns.
If you’re a DJ that likes to scratch then you can have a lot of fun with BPM Supreme. The Scratch tools area is filled with samples and tracks for scratching. Today there are 147 musical tools/sounds/tracks in their scratch tool collection.
Genre & Moods
In the Genres & Moods section, you can search for music based on the genre and based on the mood of the tracks. Each track in BPM Supreme is labeled with a mood that fits best with the specific song.
The whole list of genres on this page contains 51 different genres. You can find the entire list at the beginning of this article.
Another way of BPM Supreme is to provide you with a tool to find the best music for your next mix or DJ gig.
The Moods lists can be very helpful when you DJ a cocktail party for example or a wedding with multiple settings. You can choose songs based on the mood that you need for that particular timeframe or setting.
The moods that you can choose:
Music Downloading Limits on BPM Supreme
When you’ve found some tracks or other tools that you would like to add to your own music library, you can simply download the songs with one click of a button.
You can also add the tracks to your crates on BPM Supreme so you can download them later.
BPM Supreme has a download limit of 3 downloads for every edit of a song. So if a song has a clean version and a dirty version, you can download them both 3 times.
There are no download limits to how many different songs you download from the website.
BPM Supreme Mobile App
BPM Supreme has developed a mobile app, so you can discover, search and listen to new music on your phone. You can add the music to your BPM supreme crates so you can download them later on when you’re on your computer again.
The BPM supreme app offers everything that the website offers. It’s just a really useful tool to when you’re on the road or not anywhere near your laptop.
BPM Supreme Subscriptions with Price
If you decide to sign-up for BPM Supreme, below you will find the price for their standard and premium plans.
Don’t forget to sign-up with the code “STARTERDJ” to get a 25% discount.
|Price||1st Month||Normal Price|
BPM Supreme Standard vs. Premium
When you subscribe to the BPM Supreme Standard plan, playlists, curated sets, cloud rescue (losing your music library), and HQ audio streaming is not included.
BPM Supreme Review Final Notes
I definitely like BPM supreme because most genres that I like to DJ with are well represented within their music library. I am also very fond of the website itself which looks very good in my opinion.
However, before subscribing to BPM supreme I suggest you think about your genres first, look at the top 20 genres and see if you’re genres are well represented.
If you’re looking for more ways to expand your music library I recommend reading my related article: Where DJs get Their Music