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Music and Business

Music and Business

The ins and outs behind one of the largest industries out there. Get ready to press "play".

  • Mohit Verma
    Published 17 days ago
    Strategies for Beginners to Promote Music Videos on YouTube

    Strategies for Beginners to Promote Music Videos on YouTube

    Do you know how many great artists have started their career from YouTube? One of them is Justin Bieber, who was very young when he began to share his art with others. He was doing covers of famous songs, and step-by-step he started to promote music videos on YouTube. One of his first uploads is the cover of Chris Brown’s song, which he posted 12 years ago.
  • Keshia Minton
    Published 23 days ago
    Best Musical Talents Ever Predicted To Rise As Stars Over The Next 10 Years

    Best Musical Talents Ever Predicted To Rise As Stars Over The Next 10 Years

    Today’s music industry is like nothing we have seen or had available to us before. With a plethora of excellent music sites dedicated to giving musical talent the chance to upload their music is rising. Talent scouts can no longer turn down potential stars because they personally do not see potential. This is because if someone’s music is popular across a certain genre, it is undeniable thanks to likes, comments, downloads, and music sharing.
  • Tiffany Sands
    Published 23 days ago
    3 Tactics To Make Sure Your Music Is Noticed Online

    3 Tactics To Make Sure Your Music Is Noticed Online

    With online websites that allow you to upload your music becoming very popular, making sure music uploads remain popular means guaranteeing that you are uploading high-quality music. It is not just about your musical talent but also how clear your downloads are. In this guide, we will explore 3 ways to make sure your music is not only noticed by your target audience but is continuously downloaded.
  • SharvaStudio
    Published about a month ago
    Ageism in Kpop?

    Ageism in Kpop?

    Is there ageism in the Kpop community??? I define ageism as people who are treated negatively or unjustly because of their age.
  • Andy Potts
    Published about a month ago
    Keeping the beat alive

    Keeping the beat alive

    For Britain’s independent music scene, lockdown is taking a toll. Venues are closed, so no gigs. Studios are closed, so no rehearsal space or recording time. The innovation shown in producing virtual performances can plug a gap, but it struggles to recapture the thrill of performing live in front of an audience. Even though the easing of lockdown means pubs can reopen this weekend, bars that specialise in live music are ordered to keep their stages closed.
  • Andy Potts
    Published about a month ago
    Durham's beautiful launderette

    Durham's beautiful launderette

    By day, the soundtrack is the throb of dryers and the roar of the spin cycle, at night, the Old Cinema Launderette dances to a different beat. The distinctive Durham venue has created a special niche for itself as one of the best bijou concert halls in the country. Quirky and intimate, it’s invited an impressive array of artists – from folksters to punks – to put on a show in front of the tumble dryers, earning rave write-ups in the national press along the way.
  • Jason James
    Published 2 months ago
    FTF Double A— Memphis Next Mega Hip-Hop star?

    FTF Double A— Memphis Next Mega Hip-Hop star?

    FTF Double A is a rising artist from Memphis, Tn who has a unique melodic style/flow. The music that he creates is relatable to many audiences. He is quickly generating a buzz around his brand/music, especially in the Southern states. Stay tuned for new music from FTF Double A as he constantly grows and matures as an artist.
  • Antonio Jacobs
    Published 2 months ago
    THE MUSICOLOGIST

    THE MUSICOLOGIST

    The Musicologist
  • The Hive Collectif
    Published 3 months ago
    The Independent Struggle

    The Independent Struggle

    The new music business structure isn’t as simple as every artist makes it seem with the shift of more artists trying to strive for independence and neglect record companies or record deals; that simply isn’t the case when it comes to the African continent and its inhabitants. We would like picking apart the inequality and the marginal gap between the privileged and those less fortunate but that would take extensive research and funds to travel across Africa which we currently do not have the funds for and if we had to actively pursue the bottom line on how each African country conducts its music business we wouldn’t be able to get accurate information due to the lack of information being shared online.