Welcome to the making money in the music business podcast where we share insightful views on a variety of topics in the music industry that can help you make more money from your music business.
MMMB Podcast 185 -7 Kinds of Music Releases to do in 2022
In this podcast episode #185, co-hosts Dr. William Smith & Kenya M. Johnson end the fall season by discussing "7 Kinds of Music Releases to do in 2022." From releasing your hottest single to releasing a cover song that has your signature sound, be sure to listen to this special end of the year episode to learn how to prepare for next year musically as an independent artist. Also, both co-hosts share their favorite episode of his season so you can go back and take an additional listen.
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MMMB Podcast 184 - Building Engaging Social Media Groups
In this podcast episode #184, Kenya McGuire Johnson talks about how to build an engaging community within your artist/music group. Three main concepts of engagement are discussed including connection, contribution, and collaboration. Kenya also shares ways to increase engagement including the use of memes, videos, Q & A's, challenges and even having your audience chime in on their expertise who may be able to contribute to a project you're developing.
Music Tip – Wisdom App: www.joinwisdomapp.com
Upcoming event: "The PowHER of Rest" Music Video Virtual Watch Event & Discussion- http://kenyarest.eventbrite.com
Schedule Coaching Consultation with Kenya: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
MMMB Podcast 183 - Replay of Podcast 166 The Value of Resetting
This is a replay of Podcast 166 – The Value of Resetting which originally aired on March 21, 2021.
Dr. William Smith & Kenya M. Johnson discuss “The Value of Resetting” in this week’s podcast episode 166. Dr. Smith shares a recent quote by Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian regarding working as hard in his career as he does in his personal life. The conversation explores the importance of artists “resetting” and placing equivalent time between developing themselves personally and artistically. Each co-host shares their own personal experiences with having to reset and nurture aspects of self beyond being a musician. Listeners will gain a deeper understanding of why it’s critical to take as much time to reset and consider all aspects of self in addition to working on a music career.
MMMB Podcast 182 - Interview With Nerve CEO John Waupsh
John Waupsh, founder and CEO of Nerve, the first banking app for musicians, is our special guest in this week's podcast episode #182. John shares a plethora of valuable information as it relates to the creation of Nerve banking app which is created and designed for musicians, particularly those who are independent. John explains his background in the music industry, financial technology and how such expertise led to the creation of this dynamic new banking app. Listeners will receive information on how they can streamline their multiple lanes of revenue into one banking app with or without having an officially registered business while becoming more efficient with bookkeeping and management of their music related income.
For more information, visit www.nerve.pro
MMMB Podcast 181 - 3 Ways You Can Position Your Music Business For The Metaverse
In this week's podcast, Dr. William E Smith gives insights on what the metaverse is and how you can position your music business to take advantage of this exciting new opportunity. He talks about what the metaverse is and how it’s related to blockchain technology and what perspective you need to have in order to create your own opportunities in the metaverse.
MMMB Podcast 180 - Interview With OneOf Co-founders Adam Fell & Joshua James
OneOf, the green NFT marketplace built for music, co-founders Adam Fell and Joshua James are our special guests in this week's podcast episode #180. In addition to Adam Fell and Joshua James, OneOf also includes co-founder Lin Dai, who wasn't a part of our interview but who is an integral part of the dynamic trio.
Adam Fell is the President of Quincy Jones Productions and Joshua James is the co-founder and CEO of ZIG Media, acquired in 2019 by Media Rights Capital (Billboard, Hollywood Reporter, Dick Clark Productions etc). Both execs share in depth insight and explanations of NFT's, what they are, why they are valuable and how they are affecting the future of the music industry. Similarly they share details about their most recent major accomplishment of partnering with the Recording Academy establishing NFTs that will be released as collectibles and experiences celebrating the GRAMMY Awards.
Listeners will receive information on how they can embark on this new green technology that is sure to be a game changer in the music industry, especially for independent artists.
For more information, visit www.oneof.com
Follow: IG & Twitter @oneofnft
Great Content For Non-Musicians Too!
Right now Making Money in The Music Business is my favorite podcast. As a student of the creative process and business strategy I have been able to ruminate on many of the episodes. I am not a musician, but the business nuggets give me a lot to think about as I build my service based business. Will and Kenya bring their years of experience to the table for context. The guests are some of my favorites and ones I haven’t heard of before. Great job!
A Great Podcast for Music Lovers AND Artists
This is a great podcast to listen to as a fan of music and for any aspiring artist. The advice is sound, the insight is great and the level of personal encouragement they give should be respected by all.
Great substance for the “Indie” Artists
Dynamic info being exchanged, this podcast is great!