I am a Music Strategist, Advisor and Marketer and I have seen how dirty this Business is. Now, I am taking a few years to educate people and drive them into the right direction to maximize their revenues with their Music. Ask me any question related to the Music Business or your career and I will answer them !
In this week's podcast, we are seeing different news in the Music Business: Sam Barsh and his Facebook posts aiming at royal-Ts, Taylor Swift and her new deal with UMG, AI may be the next big thing in Music Composition, Chainsmokers and 50 Cent are investing in an app and much more!
The Beatles are often being criticized by their fans for not taking the leap on digital platforms. But with the remastered release of their eponymous album from 1968, the "White Album", which includes now 107 songs, the British band is using a new tool from Spotify to reach a younger audience... Let's take a look!
In this video, we are focusing on the Marketing Strategy that Callum Caulfield and his team at Atlantic Records UK planed for the release of "Divide", the last album of Ed Sheeran.
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Susan Wojcicki's Blog Post: https://youtube-creators.googleblog.com/2018/10/a-final-update-on-our-priorities-for.html
Lyor Cohen's Blog Post: https://artists.youtube.com/news/what-article-thirteen-could-really-mean/
More about Article 13: https://www.youtube.com/saveyourinternet/
In this episode #63, we discuss the best distribution strategy for your music. Indeed, Spotify has been testing different ways to help artists upload and submit their music directly on the platform, but what does it really mean?
We also review which distributor is best suited for your music release strategy and to stay afloat with your finances!
Finally, a few tips for you to beat the game on social media.
Thanks for listening!
Hey guys! In this week's episode, we are discussing a few things that I think are very important to discuss: why do music artists let other people get involved in their career choices?
I am tired of these people who always have something to say, so much that artists don't release their music.
Time to do YOU!
Also, we discuss the release of my book "To The Top! - A 21 Day Music Release Marketing Strategy" which is available everywhere on Amazon!
Thanks for your love, as always!
Hey guys! Super pumped to talk to you today! It's Monday, and you singers, songwriters, music producers and other musicians, need to know one thing: YOU CAN NOT CONTROL THE MUSIC MARKET!
This being said, you should put in the work to create an offer to the huge demand out there!
In this episode, we also talk about music streaming services and the last report of CITIGROUP about the Music Business and Music Industry!
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Hey guys, thank you so much for listening to this podcast! Today, I really want to motivate you about ONE thing: RELEASING YOUR MUSIC.
The amount of excuses you make not to release music is astonishing. How do you want to have a career if the music is not out?
Remember guys, Music is a Business that has a MARKET, and if you don't provide offer to the demand, how do you want it to work?
That's what we are discussing in this week's podcast!
By the way, happy birthday: 60th podcast!
What's up everyone! In this weekly motivational podcast for musicians, singers and songwriters, we are going to see how you can allocate time for music.
Most of you guys complain that you are lacking the time necessary to make music and me, I think you are not doing your best to allocate this necessary time!
So let me help you and see what we can do together to make sure you work on your craft!
Today, my dear Artists, we talk about a few things! Instagram and their new features (IGTV, Questions, Swipe Ups...), Medium articles and audio transcriptions, my BOOK! and finally why you should always try to go to these meet ups you never want to go to!
Today, we are discussing one of my favorite topic: being grateful. It is pretty incredible how people see the glass half empty! But the reaction is theirs, and for their music career, this will not help them much.
The podcast of the day is dedicated to one of the most common excuses in the music business from independent artists: the lack of money.
While it can be stopping you right now, know that there's always a solution. Let's talk about it!
No video yesterday, so here is a 15min one! All about questions from the WeAreTheMusicMakers subReddit!
00:38 - Should I delete my Facebook page?
04:57 - What city is the best for being recognized in music?
07:55 - What should I do after my B.A. in Music Production?
Today, answering 3 questions from the Subreddit "WeAreTheMusicMakers" :
00:20 - How to start a music career as a young singer?
02:57 - Should I give up on my dreams because of the market?
06:47 - How to submit music to blogs and vlogs?
Questions taken from the Sub-Reddit : WeAreMusicMakers and MusicIndustry
00:32 - What other promo ideas than Facebook ads?
03:45 - Should I go to Music School or learn by myself?
05:50 - What to do with $100,000 and a hot single?
Questions taken from the Sub-Reddit : WeAreMusicMakers
00:36 - How to support yourself financially as a starting artist?
3:33 - Any tips on a no budget music video?
5:36 - How to advertise yourself starting from scratch?
Questions taken from the Sub-Reddit : WeAreMusicMakers
0:30 - Question 1: Should I choose an artist name?
3:03 - Question 2: How to adapt with Live Streaming?
6:30 - Question 3: Should I have separate album covers for my singles?
I am so glad you decided to watch this video and I really hope you enjoyed it. Take the time to like and subscribe to this channel in order to receive all the tips and advices you need to grow your personal brand in the Music Industry. You are the ones that motivate me to continue so don’t hesitate to say “Hi!” :)
We see more and more singers, songwriters, producers having a verified badge on social media, but what kind of strategy are they running? Isn't it a race to the number of followers? Will it pay? Let's talk about that!
Today's episode is based on what you should do before releasing your Single or EP or Album. That can be a tricky one to make a promotion for your release but don' panic I've got your covered on this one.
Had a nice conversation yesterday with the very talented London Kyle and let me tell you that we all agreed on one point : kids are not running the right race on Social Media. Today, we will see that the game is all about bringing value and to care.
We all know about the term A&R, yet nobody really understand their job. With social media and the way people consume music, their function completely changes through the years and we need to re-establish what's that funny business is all about.
We all heard about feuds in the Music Industry like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry or Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj... The question is who benefits from these beefs ? Is it actually something to bank on ? That's what we are talking about in this podcast dedicated to beefs and feuds in the Music Business and how it can boost your sales up.
Today, I want to talk about what is a smart money move and what's not when it comes to starting artists. Some mistakes are absolutely to avoid so here are my tips and advices as a Music Strategist, Advisor and Marketer.