Robin Thicke – “Superman”

I found this bonus track on “The Evolution of Robin Thicke” Deluxe Edition. The record is so good that it doesn’t need an introduction or a flowery review from me to make it so. Just hard to believe that this is Dr. Seavers son, go figure.

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The Liberation of Music

If music is the soundtrack of our lives, shouldn’t it be free? If an artist wants to be well paid for their work, than he or she must earn it, like everyone else, by supplementing their income and finding creative ways to display their talents. For far too long, major corporations have been overcharging for […]

Colby O’Donis – “Hustleman”

In February, Colby attended the 51st Grammy Awards, but he and Lady Gaga did not win. The following month, “Let You Go”, the third single/video from his debut album was released. In July 2009, Colby’s duet with Brooke Hogan, “Hey Yo!” from Brooke Hogan’s sophomore album The Redemption was released as her second single. Colby is currently […]

Steve Stoute: Making Money in Today’s Music Economy

Stoute’s hip hop roots run deep. He grew up in Queens New York and began his career working for Kid ‘N Play. He eventually became a road manager, A&R and a music label executive. He has worked with many artist including Mariah Carey, Eminem, Jay Z, Enrique Iglesias, U2, and most extensively with Mary J. […]

Do Unto Others & Watch Your Network Grow

I’m not going to quote a verse from the bible, but I am going to preach the importance of treating both fans and colleagues with professionalism and respect.
If you ignore some, if not all of the messages on sites like Myspace, Facebook, Imeem or Twitter, I wouldn’t be surprised if you weren’t receiving the support […]

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