In recent years we have seen the rapid decline in physical CD sales and the disappearance of the traditional mom and pop record stores. With all of the online and digital avenues to get music, the landscape of the Music Industry has dramatically changed.
The majority of an artist income is estimated to be 60-65% from touring and live performances, 10-15% from music publishing,10-15% from merchandising and promotional product, and 2-5% from actual record sales. That's why the record…Continue
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Unless some release dates change ( which they do often and randomly) this month is a pretty low key one for R&B and Hip Hop full length album releases ( I am sure someone has a mixtape about to drop or has a top 10 single that is moving units on itunes) Even though there are just a few selections I see something for ears of all kinds.…Continue
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...and more music news this week
Hip Hop lovers all over the world have been posting, tweeting ,texting and even talking about the highly anticipated callaboration between Jay Z and Kanye West...Watch The Throne is out now.
Not certain about the anticipation level of this one but the Ferrari Boys a.k.a Gucci Mane and Waka Flacka also dropped a duet album this week.
Mixtape Alert LA rapper Game is wishing us a Hoodmorning and pop…Continue
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This new video from Rhymefest is hottt. Big ups to this Chicago artist on his sophomore CD featuring this piece.
"One war. One shot. Paralyze one arm. Can't cry once gone. Gotta make this one strong!"
-Rhymefest in "One Hand Push-Up"…
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I will always love Public Enemy and am glad to hear this latest joint from them. The combination of their music and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's message helped give many young people's lives direction and meaning. we put down the drugs, gangbanging, and all other foolishness. That's what's up. PE provided the soundtrack to what many of us were thinking.…
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