Even if their music is easily accessible, artists still need a way to stand out from the pack.
Newly independent rapper Lil Gnar speaks with Audiomack about the key differences between being signed and being indie.
Everything you need to know about the two copyrights attached to a song.
“I remember feeling the dream was so far-fetched when I was growing up because I didn’t know anyone who did it.”
New Orleans rapper Pell and his newly formed glbl wrmng collective speak with Audiomack about closing the gaps in the NOLA music economy.
The Jamaican-born, Miami-raised DJ, and one-third of Major Lazer continues to knock down critics one song at a time.
“The short answer is cash.”
Musicians can‘t merely collide with content creators at random in the hopes that their respective audiences will respond.
We speak with the founders of The Digilogue about what you need to know before looking for a music industry career.
Taylor Gang producer Sledgren shares his 10-step guide to building a signature sound for Audiomack.
Toronto native Jazz Cartier breaks down his top tips for being an independent artist and connecting with fans.
Veteran producer Statik Selektah speaks with Audiomack about his top nine tips for career success.
Chuck Strangers speaks with Audiomack about rapping and producing without ego.
Jake Markow, artist manager of $NOT, breaks down the essentials of artist management and development.
“I like what the new artists are doing! It’s very exciting because they have more control than ever.”
We asked two experts to break down the future of live performance in light of COVID-19.
“Until we dismantle capitalism, the music industry will continue to promote reprehensible acts in the name of a dollar.”
“I have the liberty to drop music as frequently as I want, and that’s all I wanted to do when I was on a label.”