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Popular songs that were made popular by someone else first.

In my previous post, I talked about artists sampling songs. In this one, I will be talking about artists covering or remaking songs before them. Like sampling, if done properly it is completley legal. 287 more words


Popular songs that are samples by other Popular Songs

Many of today’s hits technically are not even from ‘today’. A lot of artists rely on sampling. 475 more words


Upcoming shows in the Bay Area

Being a large metropolitan area, The Bay Area is home to a lot of big name concerts and events. There are some really cool ones coming this summer and fall! 354 more words


Streaming and its effect on the Music Industry.

Ever since the rise of internet, it has been hard to stop people from downloading music illegally. . 280 more words

Music Industry

How songs become number one hits

With the proper tools and technology, anyone can make music. With social media, anyone can discover this music. However; song to become a number one hit, it takes a little more work. 307 more words


Snapchat is a Major Marketing Opportunity in the Music Industry

Guest post by Alison Perdue

Whether or not you like it, accept it, or have even figured out how to properly use Twitter and Facebook yet, Snapchat is a quickly evolving social app that is a growing marketing opportunity for the music industry in 2016. 1,158 more words

Breaking Into The Music Industry

Uprising: New Age of Music

Kickstarter. Indiegogo. GoFundMe. Crowdrise.

These are all platforms we have become more familiar with. Over the past 4 years we’ve witnessed hundreds of companies, artists, and sometimes even false users of the sites to misuse its original idea: to help support, share, and connect communities and people from all over the world in order to unite over one goal. 396 more words