Generally speaking, there are two types of publishing deals. One of them sucks.
It's no wonder Logic just wants to "turn up" and have fun.
"We waited a whole year, and y’all didn’t get any music from us for a whole year."
After waiting seven years to be paid for two beats on A$AP Rocky's debut mixtape, DJ Burn One is moving on—and helping others.
The veteran MC made back his initial investment in 'RR2' in one day.
Only Wale knows the stress and strain that comes with creating on both sides of the fence.
Sometimes you have plenty, sometimes you have none at all.
"For some reason, streaming platforms aren’t supporting songwriters."
“We found that there wasn't a limit to where we could take it.”
“We wasn't gon' fold to get there.”
"I would never be able to reach those people without Def Jam."
"You can just keep all the money in the house."
"If Spotify is just feeding easy music to everybody, where does the art form go?"
The five-album deal requires that Pump releases projects with a minimum of 14 tracks each.
Hint: it’s not SoundCloud…
"I don’t own a computer. I’m really out here in it.”
The underground is the new mainstream.
"I would love to put my album out but DEF JAM is holding it/me hostage..."
"I want to always be introducing things that deserve to be in the space of other quality music."
"It's all love."
Hey, at least he's honest.
Chris Webby shares 5 crucial rules to remember when achieving indie success as a rap artist.