It’s not just aspiring singers and songwriters that travel to Nashville searching for fame and fortune in the music enterprise. Now you gotta come to them and Literally drag folks out of their bedrooms to come out to the clubs and see not only their band but other bands that, who knows, could possibly be basically quite fantastic, and worth supporting by acquiring their CDs or even those MP3s that when I loathe as a industrial distribution format, are undeniably convenient for the music consumer who could already have over a thousand discs in their collection.
Compact discs which deliver music by means of the WAV audio format have offered outstanding listening high-quality considering that their wider introduction in the 80s but we lost a thing in this transition in respect to the complete expertise we had with records.
His talent roster consists of music video director, socialite and DJ, Va$htie, a crew of young Brooklyn rappers referred to as Pro Era, led by the charismatic Joey Bada$$, and other buzzing artists on the Hip-Hop scene such as Smoke Dza, Massive Krit and Fat Trel.
The bottom line is the ‘music biz’ is and has been for 10+ years ‘top down’ and there is little to no incentive to pursue music as a genuine profession (musician) and no incentive for investors to loan $$$ to promising bands/projects (no return) I have buddies who have been very good A&R reps and when the labels downsized they have been ‘let go’ and …