Prince told us a long time ago to ditch exploitative record labels. Are artists finally ready for what they deserve and earn their bag the independent way?
Now that TIDAL is leading the industry on giving credit where credit is due, how will its competitors respond?
“The NBA is not only using the music in their highlights and clips, but they are tagging the artist and pointing their fans to the song.”
There’s nothing better than a good old-fashioned hustler, and that’s exactly what Christian Castro is.
Music is transient, never static. And the music industry is always changing because of this fact.
Labels, publishers, marketing, etc. took almost $10 billion while artists received just $5.1 billion, of which the “bulk” was from touring.
Kali Uchis’ rise was a steady constant of success, but it didn’t start that way.
The days of mumble rap are slowly, but surely coming to a close and giving way to artists like Phora to get their message of positivity to the world.
The streaming age of music has turned the industry on top of its head.
With tunnel vision, anything is possible.