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Friday, July 17, 2020

This Musical Artist May Be The New Face Of The Music Industry


The music industry is changing very rapidly. With all the violence, protesting, and viruses going around, could the music industry need a change in pace? In these days, the music industry is having a racial war as musicians are using there voice to speak for the people.

Nieman Marcus who use to go by the name Gansta Marcus is a well respected artist and producer living in the City of Lima, Ohio. Although his musical name may throw you off, Marcus has created a song that both hip-hop fans and r&b lovers will enjoy.

Friday, March 6, 2020

Inside The Mind Of The Underground King of Hip Hop (Part 1)


The underground music scene is wide open right now as the music industry is evolving into it's next phase. Every since the days of Myspace.com and Google+, ways for unsigned artist has changed dramatically.

The Wrap-Up Magazine.com conducted a interview with one of the biggest underground pr's Gansta Marcus of Lima, Ohio to hear his thoughts on how emerging artist are changing the entertainment  industry.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Key Moments In Hip-Hop History

 


Hip hop is more than music; it’s a cultural movement that incorporates different elements of art. Before there was Lil Yachty, Young M.I.A., or YNW Melly, there was a world of hip hop artist who's name rain supreme even still today.


Back when music was real, artist had the opportunity to shine in their own distinctive way. Rap is one of the most distinctive features of hip-hop. Rappers use rhythm, lyrics, and vocal tone to express themselves. The best rappers are distinguished by their “flow” – the way the words run together without the performer getting tongue-tied.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Lima's Music Industry Leader

The Wrap-Up Magazine is proud to present their artist Gansta-Marcus of Lima, Ohio as the music industry leader in the city. Will all his hard work and dedication he puts into social media, his career is still taking a rise to exposure.

Gansta-Marcus continued to adapt to the digital world in 2016 and guarantees that there's much more chaos and innovation to come. His pervasive presence of music streaming is completely changing for 2017 with his introduction to the swag revolution.

Gansta-Marcus age of streaming music has arrived in full force. The era of streaming music is upon us. We believe that by 2021, one billion people worldwide will be paying for streaming music. New research suggests that while Spotify is reducing music sales, the streaming service is a revenue-neutral platform for the recorded music industry.

Stream Millions of songs by clicking one of the images below.

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:

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Growing Your #Spotify Presence With #Streambeet


This means that musicians need to be sure to enhance their presence on Spotify, and that’s what Streambeet is here to help you with. Their organic Spotify promotion services seek to get you organic Spotify plays, Spotify followers, grow your Spotify monthly listeners and overall organic Spotify promotion. They also help get you featured on genre-specific Spotify playlists, allowing listeners to discover your tracks amidst other similar tracks from your musical niche.

Streambeet is a cost-effective service which help artists grow their Spotify plays and Spotify followers in exchange for a very reasonable fee. They have pricing structures that differ depending on the size of promotion you desire. Their service will continue promoting you until your numbers are reached or will continually run until you acquire the amount of Spotify plays, Spotify followers or Spotify monthly listeners you paid for.

The music industry is continually changing, with CDs taking over from tapes, iTunes taking over from CDs, and now Spotify taking over from iTunes. Streaming platforms such as Spotify allow users to stream your tracks without technically owning a copy of them, making the music-listening experience more affordable, easy, and enjoyable for everyone.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Submit Your Music To Industry Leaders


The Wrap-Up Magazine like to let artist know about opportunities in the music industry as they come up. The Wrap-Up Magazine is a website that list current opportunities and projects for musicians to learn about, and if interested, submit their music to for consideration. 

Monday, December 18, 2017

Nicki Minaj Goes After Iggy Azalea

The baddest chick in the game have something to say about White Hip-Hop. Nicki Minaj had a lot to say about her future plans on the industry this past weekend. She proceeds on to post three additional posts, adding a line to the caption for each.

Fans responded to the post insisting the “No Frauds” artist take down the post, and Minaj responded to her fans declaring she will not take the post down!

Friday, December 15, 2017

Best Digital Media Apps To Have Your Music On

The Wrap-Up Magazine.com has been looking for the hottest digital media websites online for artist to promote their music. Digital media are any media that are encoded in a machine-readable format.
Digital media can be created, viewed, distributed, modified and preserved on computers and androids. Take a look at some of these websites below to submit your content to today. Find Out How!

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The Big Push To Reform Music Copyright


Momentum is building around a number of bills proposed in Congress that could increase royalty payments for music creators in the digital age while making life more efficient for digital music services.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Music For The Fans

Without the music lovers, where would the industry be? We all need fans and supporters of music to keep it going. I'm sure that if everyone stopped buying CD's, the music industry would fade away or have to take a new direction to get where its going. Not all artist and fans of indepedent HIPHOP get paid supporting music artist from across the world. So for the ones that listen and buy, this track is for you.


Friday, June 15, 2018

Independent Record Labels You Should Know


From independent icons like XL Recordings and Sub Pop to newer teams like 88 Rising and Mind of a Genius, here are some of the essential labels you should know. As always, we encourage you to do your own digging and share your own favorites with us, but as long as you discovered just one new label, artist, or piece of music that you love from this list, then we did our job.

From legendary indies to internet-based upstarts, these labels are all doing something special.

Saturday, October 10, 2020

These Are The Top 5 Lima, Ohio Artist That Left The Biggest Impact In Music


These Lima, Ohio artist has stepped up to the plate and will leave there musical legacy over the city's rap culture. The Buckeye state has no shortage of celebrities, but these Top Five artist sure stood out among the rest.


Even though Eastside Po was not mentioned in the article, he is next up on the rising artist list.


Were not saying that these are the best artist from Lima, Ohio, but I am noting that these are the artist who legacy will continue on through time.


In contrast with its East Coast, West Coast and Southern counterparts, Midwest hip hop has very few constants in style or production. Midwest hip hop's first dose of national popularity came in the mid-90s with the extremely fast-paced rappers known as Bone Thugs-n-Harmony (Cleveland), Twista (Chicago), Tech N9ne (Kansas City), Atmosphere (Minneapolis), and Eminem (Detroit).


But Ohio, in general, has a rich musical history that makes it one of the most important states when it comes to the evolution of sound in various genres. Everything from shock rock and industrial metal to funk and R&B developed in the Lima, Ohio area.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Top 5 Lima, Ohio Artist Who Made The Biggest Impact In Our Hip-hop Community


These Lima, Ohio artist has stepped up to the plate and will leave there musical legacy over the city's rap culture. The Buckeye state has no shortage of celebrities, but these Top Five artist sure stood out among the rest.


Even though Eastside Po was not mentioned in the article, he is next up on the rising artist list.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Top Music Sites For Artists


We live in an age where this world is busy running after each and every minor thing. Gone are the days when people had to buy cassettes or CDs for their favourite songs. Every touch has become modernised, and so has the music industry

Various sites host music, and you can just have a great time pass when you’re in a mood to listen to some really good music.

Thursday, December 24, 2020

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.

Saturday, February 13, 2021

#MusicVideo by New Money - "Big Bubble Yum" @Funklordmusic

 


Robert Courtney AKA New Money was born and raised in Chicago, IL. He started doing music at about the age of 11. He was inspired when he heard Jay Z. That is when he fell in love with rap. His cousin and himself had rap battles against each other, doing songs by known artist and he always won. 

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Top 5 Lima, Ohio Artist To Watch For In 2019


The announcement of the Top 5 artist in Lima, Ohio has been released by the Wrap-Up Magazine. Evaluations on artist are done by who generated the most plays, gained the most followers, and did the most streams.

Each artist come unique with their own group of followers that keeps their crowd wanting more. Read about each artist bio to learn about them and the music they represent. Be sure to show support to any artist you choose by clicking the links to their profile.

Monday, December 9, 2019

Jay-Z Returns To Spotify Music


Rap icon Jay-Z brought his music discography back to the world’s largest streaming platform Spotify, leaving Tidal subscribers scratching their heads. The service he bought for $56 million in 2014 has struggled to gain any real market share against major players like Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Jay Z Talks Tidal, Jimmy Iovine, And Rewriting The Music Rulebook

Jay Z doesn’t give many interviews. In conversation, he often pauses mid-sentence, considers, rewinds, slices and reshapes his answer, choosing a more appropriate word or analogy that draws a finer point before revealing it to the interviewer. What’s commonly assumed is a mistrust of the press may just be that unlike his work in the studio or onstage, Jay Z doesn’t ultimately control the final result of an interview, and therefore treads more carefully while giving one.

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