No holds barred music entrepreneurship for recording artists, producers and more, with Damien Ritter and DJ Pain 1.
Music Entrepreneur Club Podcast 104
Selling beats online is dead, according to a new YouTube ad by KE on the Track. But why is he saying this and who believes him enough to spend nearly $500 on his beat selling course? We talk negativity in the producer community, how it makes us vulnerable and how to get the most out of music business mentorship.
Music Entrepreneur Club Podcast 103
If you're starting as a rapper or producer selling beats online or elsewhere, people may discourage you and call you "delusional." Veteran MC RA The Rugged Man speaks on how to succeed, why many rappers fall off and why humility creates opportunities.
Music Entrepreneur Club Podcast 102
When trying to sell beats, especially online, are producers and beatmakers lacking social skills? Also, is the so-called label machine real and can this machine make a person famous at the push of a button? Listen to us stir controversy in this episode of the MEC Podcast.
Music Entrepreneur Club Podcast 101
Producers/beat makers selling beats often find themselves in positions to negotiate. Many are scared to stand up for themselves or hire lawyers to negotiate for them because they don't want to seem hard to work with. Why is this such a big problem? Also, Dame has words for rappers who claim to be "slept on."
Music Entrepreneur Club Podcast 100
Do beats matter more than lyrics in modern music? T Pain says so, but not everybody agrees. More importantly, should producers debate whether their beats matter more than lyrics when they're selling beats online or working to get placements with rappers? Do these conversations cause division among musicians?
Music Entrepreneur Club Podcast 99
Are you selling beats online? Should you be sending beats that have already been leased to artists who are looking for exclusive beats? Our recent guest Toni Romiti says "No," and many producers were upset with her stance on exclusive beat sales. Here's what Dame and Pain 1 think.
Always a good listen
Dope podcast. The hosts keep it real and that’s appreciated as a listener.
Only 11 episodes in and already the most underrated podcast 👌🏾👌🏾
Great podcast for upcoming artists/producers
One of the most reliable & informative music podcasts on the net. Will continue listening for the years to come!