How New York Lab Creates Space for Black Creatives in the Music Industry: Interview
New York Lab allows Black creatives to be themselves.
An Artist’s Guide to Making Money During the Pandemic Through Partnerships
We speak with Elie Maroun about the importance of building brand partnerships to make money during a pandemic.
An Artist’s Guide to Royalties, Recoupment & Cross-Collateralization
If you’ve ever wondered how an artist can be in debt while the record company is still making money, the answer lies in recoupment and cross-collateralization.
How 1 Woman Helped Clear the Classic Samples on Logic’s ‘No Pressure’
“We had no denials on this album.”
COVID-19: Industry Experts Discuss Live Performance
We asked two experts to break down the future of live performance in light of COVID-19.
Producer TM88’s Guide to Creating Through a Pandemic
“You gotta treat life normal, just to stay sane, because I was going kinda crazy at first.”
An In-Depth Conversation with Brandon Payano, COLORS A&R
“We’re just trying to highlight the best music we hear daily, and we care about putting the artists first.”
13 Music Industry Scams: Everything You Need to Know
You've been warned.
Ruff Ryders Lawsuit: The Ultimate Lesson for Producers
How is this possible?
US Radio Stations Don't Pay Performers or Master Owners. They Want to Keep It That Way
It’s time to call out the NAB’s hypocrisy.
Rico Love Interview: On His Struggles as a Songwriter
“Time away from my children. That’s the biggest sacrifice in this business.”
Producers, This Is Why the Record Label Hasn't Paid You
When I worked at Def Jam, I was the one not paying producers.
Artists, Stop Looking for a Manager—the Good Ones Will Find You
I’m going to tell you something you probably don’t want to hear.
Redman Spent $9,000 to Clear James Brown Sample for New Album
"It took me like a month or so to ease that down to a certain amount."