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how to make Tidal better for fans/indie artist

ust my suggests to help tidal get more consumers and help open the platform for indie artist. Let me know what you think and comment

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DJ Ave McRee

How to get your beats to major artists.

4 of my main tips on how to connect with artists.

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I'm broke because of the music industry (part 2)

More on my negative royalty balance. Also, if anybody is confused by my joking, I do not owe Def Jam any money. A negative royalty balance doesn't mean a producer owes money, it just means that until the balance, by way of sales, becomes positive, that producer will not receive royalty checks.

DJ Pain 1

I'm broke because of the music industry (Part 1 of 2)

An extremely honest explanation of selling beats to major labels and how a royalty account can be at a negative number. Title of the video is sarcasm (watch part 2 for the punchline).

DJ Pain 1

J-rum - Beat Selling Tip [Reach Your Mobile Market via @BeatBrokerz]

Hey everyone, This is a quick video showing which Mobile store I use to sell my beats. I have tried other sites and services in the past and watched reviews on others & I felt like BeatBrokerz was the best fit for me. I highly suggest using BeatBrokerz.com for your Mobile/Instant Store.


The TRUTH about sampling music (Don't fall for lies)

Do major labels make producers clear samples in beats? I have sold many sample-based beats to major labels and this is my answer.

DJ Pain 1

Are rappers ruining rap music?

Is independent Hip-Hop in danger? Are independent artists killing their careers by wasting time and alienating their potential fans?


DJ Pain 1

Get fans, get support (Painspective)

Published on Apr 14, 2014
Artists promoting yourself online: Don't waste time demanding support from strangers. I have boiled down my music marketing philosophy to one simple sentence: "Fans first, support second."

DJ Pain 1