You'll want to hit "dispute" and then select "I have a license from the copyright holder" to use... supply your SFR Beats contract pdf if they ask, and then confirm the dispute. They should release the claim, usually in a matter of days.
Right now there's a major flaw with YouTube Content ID in that it misidentifies legitimate use of non-exclusively licensed music.. Until they address this, all of us in the music industry are left to fair!
This is how Content ID works, just for your information:
False claims usually are a result of purchases of lease beats since more than one can use the same beat. Thus, when YouTube sees two songs with the same beat, it thinks one of them is illegitimate use, when it's not. If you receive a claim against a song using an exclusive beat, that is certainly illegitimate use by the non-purchasing party and you'll want to counter-dispute their song in order to collect any earnings / damages from their use of your licensed beat.
The only exceptions would for exclusive beats that SFR Beats has posted on YouTube for promo, but even then you still have the rights to use your music on YouTube if you have purchased a license from SFR Beats If you need help, contact an entertainment lawyer for professional legal advice, or contact SFR Beats for general advice.