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Showing posts with label Talent manager. Show all posts
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Thursday, August 25, 2022

Black Husband and Wife Real Estate Team Are Bridging The Wealth Gap One Social Media Post At A Time 

Terrance and Demeeka Cobb are the Founders of BGW Home Team, also known as @marriedrealtors_florida to their large social media following. This real estate power couple started posting on social media in November 2020 with the mission of helping everyone Build Generational Wealth through homeownership, and since then their vision has taken off with almost 700k followers and over 200 million video views across Instagram and Tiktok in the last 18 months.

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

How To Use Digital Mixers


The digital mixer is an electronic device used in sound processing, specifically for combining sounds from different audio sources using digital circuitry. The digital mixer—otherwise known as mixing desk, mixing console or mixing board—is widely used to engineer sound quality in both recordings as well as in live broadcast like in public address (PA) system. It is also used to change the sound dynamics and many other properties of the audio signals using one or more of its multiple input channels. 

Friday, July 8, 2022

Turning $2000 Into a $4000 a Year Income


Investing today can be a challenge. Investing can be a daunting prospect for beginners, with an enormous variety of possible assets to add to a portfolio.

We cannot tell you what investments to make, but we are taking our first step to learning. One of the best ways to build wealth is by saving and investing over a long period of time. The earlier you start, the easier it is.

Sunday, June 12, 2022

How To Release A Single In 2022


This is the only plan you need to succeed with your music releases in 2022.  This has been created with a step by step structure in mind - overwhelm is massive when starting your career and I want to make this process as straightforward as possible for you.

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Nick Nack Pattiwhack Is Changing the Travel Game

Nicholas Joseph, also known as Nick Nack Pattiwhack is an influential individual in a variety of areas; social media, hosting, travel, and branding. Due to his vibrant and unique personality, his content quickly trended on Vine. After going viral on Vine, prospects began to book him for hosting gigs throughout the U.S. Subsequently, Nick started traveling overseas to host events which resulted in the development of his company We Live Adventures. 

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

High School Students Workout For Free All Summer Long


Planet Fitness, one of the largest and fastest-growing franchisors and operators of fitness centers with more members than any other fitness brand, is inviting high schoolers ages 14 – 19* to work out for free at any of its more than 2,200 Planet Fitness locations throughout the United States and Canada from May 16 through August 31 as part of the High School Summer Pass initiative.

High School Summer Pass was formally known as Teen Summer Challenge, which was the first program of its kind launched in 2019 and saw more than 900,000 teens sign-up and complete more than 5.5 million workouts over a three-and-a-half-month period. Starting today, high schoolers can visit PlanetFitness.com/SummerPass to pre-register, and get a reminder to formally sign up when the program officially kicks off on Monday, May 16. Teens under 18 must register with a parent or guardian online or in-club.

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

How hip hop introduces a cultural variety


Let’s look at three other examples of how cinema glorifies hip hop to expand your understanding of principal human values. These works can be used to study cultures, sociology, psychology, and other important disciplines.

“Take the Lead.” This 2006 film directed by Liz Friedlander tells about the classical ball dancing teacher and a bunch of teenage ruffians forming an unbreakable bond and creating a whole new style. It’s not a cheap drama but a powerful work with remixes of famous jazz songs that can truly make you dance. It encourages youngsters to rely on themselves, not someone else’s assistance.

Sunday, April 3, 2022

How To Make Money as An Artist


Here are some tips on how to make money as an artist:

Making money as an artist can be a challenge. You need to find ways to make a name for yourself and stand out from the competition. In this blog post, we will explore some tips from the pros on how to make money as an artist. We will discuss how to use Spotify, Instagram, and other platforms to make a name for yourself and sell your music. Let’s get started!

Friday, April 1, 2022

7 Essential Tips to Becoming a Successful Music Artist


Everyone in the music industry knows that success doesn’t come overnight, or with ease. A successful career as an independent artist depends on the strategies implemented early on in order to achieve long-term growth. 

Today, there are a ton of systems in place for musicians to launch their careers without the backing of a major label or a huge budget. This growth of opportunity has created an influx of artists who are choosing to stay independent and finding success in doing so.

Thursday, March 31, 2022

#Letthemusicplay #LightUpLive #soundrecovery #nowplaying #radiostream #onlineradio #radiodirectory


Supporting independent artists doesn't only benefit you, it also benefits the artists. Presaving and streaming their songs, reposting their posts on your Instagram story, and even just telling your friends about them are all so immensely helpful.

As a community, it is important to support local artists because, without local citizen support, the art they make would cease to make the impact it could make. Once artists are able to express themselves creatively and freely, beautiful art is made that can be admired by the community and the world.


There are a variety of reasons musicians and indie artists fail. Some lack real talent or work ethic. Some suffer from bad timing – like starting up a hair metal band just as grunge began to take over in the early 90s. Other artists lack motivation or let their fears win.

As we see from the other studies, literally thousands of musicians are making a living wage through music-related work. They found that 12% of the musicians (35-36 of them) said 80-100% of their income came from music-related work.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Get Your Music Playing On Rhythm Rave Radio @longliveRRRadio


Serving you with a variety of popular #Top10 & #indie #artists, and #djs dedicated to promoting music worldwide! Rhythm Rave Radio is ready to play your next hit song.

Premier Cutz - The Barbershop Where You Socialize and Hear Poetry

Getting your hair cut in the Washington, DC area just got a whole lot more interesting, with the help and unique vision of Justin J. Allen, renowned entrepreneur, and business owner. 

His brand-new business is a barbershop and exclusive lounge combo that’s, quite frankly, exhilarating, since it will allow customers to combine two essential needs - personal care with socialization. We’re coming off a very socially deprived time in our lives, what with the whole Covid-19 business, which is what makes the launch of Premier Cutz and Premier Lounge all the more exciting.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Time To Put The Plan Into Action


Ok, do you have a goal you want to achieve? Is there a certain objective to achieve? In this article, we will help you find steps to put your plan into action.

Below, we will give you the best ways to start your plan of action. We love to see all succeed in what they love to do!

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Tremayne Richardson Shares the Secrets to Funding Your Music Career Without Signing to a Major Label

Tremayne Richardson is the proud founder of MusicFundingSecrets.com. He is already changing lives through his site and he is helping thousands of independent musicians fund their music careers. 

Saturday, September 4, 2021

Jennifer Lopez Production Company Does Internal Promotions


Nuyorican Productions, the company led by Jennifer Lopez and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, has made a number of new hires and internal promotions, we’ve just learned.

Natalie Haack Flores joins as VP of Development having previously worked at Legendary while Kevin Sauer joins Nuyorican as Director of Development, having previously worked at STX.

Thursday, February 11, 2021

How To Improve Your Home Recording Studio


Building a home studio is useful because it makes creating professional content more convenient and comfortable, especially given the current pandemic. You’ll see many pros using home studios for making music, but studios have audio and video production capabilities beyond that.

Whether you’re producing promotional videos for a client or creating entertaining clips and livestreams for audiences on YouTube or social media, a home studio will make it much easier. If you make any sort of video content and want it to look professional, a custom home studio can help you do that.

Monday, January 4, 2021

#MLKWEEKEND2021 "Own Your Own Destiny" Independent Business Workshop & Showcase ( Sat Jan 16 2021)

We changed the date Sat January 16 2021 #MlkWeekend2021

Own Your Own Destiny Independent Business Workshop & Showcase is event designed to educate consumers on the music business such as copyright publishing, digital platforms, ISRC codes, business credit, financial freedom and more.

Sunday, December 27, 2020

How to Use Twitter


New to Twitter? Haven't used it for a while? In this video, we will cover everything you need to know about using Twitter and everything the social media platform has to offer.

Twitter is one of the original social media platforms, launched back in 2006. It has over 300 million registered users and is a publicly-traded company.

Until 2017, Twitter was limited to 140 characters per post (per tweet).

That limit increased to 280 in 2017.

You can create a Twitter account on Twitter.com or the Twitter mobile app on iOS and Android.

Thursday, December 24, 2020

How to build a team of experts to support your DIY music career


There’s a lot that goes into building a music career if you’re going to make money with music. Fortunately, “do-it-yourself” doesn’t mean “do-it-alone.” In fact, there’s no longer a singular music industry, instead, there are industries around music. These industries offer solutions and expertise that, not long ago, only a music label could handle. Today, you can leverage these services and resources to offload work to a team of experts that you normally would have to do yourself. In this multi-article series, we’re going to explain all the major music business roles, the work each role performs, why what they do is helpful for your career, and give you options to outsource the work or empower you to do-it-yourself.

DIY is a team sport

If there’s one thing we hear from musicians once they find out what it takes to sustain a career in music, it’s, “There’s too much to do! How can you handle it all?” Musicians need to handle distribution, engage in social media, manage merch sales, book shows, perform live, produce and promote videos, pursue music licensing, and so much more. And that doesn’t even take into account making the music in the first place.

But instead of trying to get it all done alone, your success will come from prioritizing what you work on, focusing on one thing at a time, and delegating. In fact, the most successful musicians we’ve interviewed do the following:

Can Music Keep Up in the Attention Economy?

Music streaming services have continued to add U.S. subscribers this year, according to MIDiA Research, growing by 11 million paying users from January to September, to 117.9 million. But in a potentially troubling sign for the recorded music business, the number of total streams has remained the same.

For the past four months and counting, audio music streams have averaged 17.5 billion a week. That’s up slightly from the early March pre-pandemic peak, before the lockdown cut music listening down by 13% to a year low of less than 15 billion streams, as consumers stopped commuting and obsessed over the news. Streaming gradually rebounded, increasing 15% by the end of June — but has plateaued since.

This could actually be good news for streaming services, which for the past two years have been pouring money into podcasts, which cost them less. Streaming companies don’t have to share as much revenue on podcasts — a growing number of which they own — as they do on streams of music, most of which they don’t. But for record labels, publishers, songwriters and artists, this may be the calm before the storm. In the short term, at least, the lack of growth in the number of streams won’t  impact the music industry’s aggregate streaming revenue — if subscribers are added and consumption stays flat, rights holders just make more per stream. But a move toward podcasts could cost rights holders leverage in licensing negotiations.