Archive for the ‘Music Development’ Category

Recording and promoting a new album is expensive. Really expensive. For instance, independent Brooklyn-based hiphop artist Radamiz, recently self-released his latest album “Writeous.” In an interview with hiphop blog DJ Booth, he noted the entire project cost $14,450 to record, produce, and promote. While less than big-budget major label projects, it’s still a big chunk of change […]

The music industry is rapidly changing due to digital music streaming. Listeners go the Internet to connect and listen to music and musicians are working with companies to get their songs out to many people. Various digital services are flourishing and changing the way the industry treats musicians and streaming services because of these behaviors. […]

From as far back as the 18th century, musicians used songwriting and melodies to draw attention to the injustices pressed upon the lower rungs of society. In churches, factories and fields, songs rallied women at the height of the suffrage movement, unionized illiterate workers, and protested slavery. Why We Need Stories It was the 1960s, with the […]

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