Music journalist, Jayson Rodriguez sat as moderator for the REVOLT Summit “Art of Independence” panel with music artists: Russ and YBN Cordae, General Manager of Asylum Record; Gabby Palusso, Co-Founder of The Lights Global Dooney Battle and Art of War artist manager, Ro Williams to discuss the rewards and the hustling spirit of being an independent artist.
This video provides a helpful guide for the advanced Monthly Accounting and Interactive Details sections of its service. It shows how to view and download Monthly Net royalty statements as well as provides a tutorial on how to create custom detail reports around compositions, music services, and time frames.
Learn how YouTube work to pay music copyright holders. Learn why songwriters and music publisher are owed money each time a video on YouTube streams with their music in it and how to get it.
Learn what YouTube's Music Key is and what an "Art Track" Is
Learn how to get your money each time a video on YouTube streams with your song.
This is part 2 of 2 from the Audiam/Belmont University presentation on copyright and your money. Make sure to watch Part 1 to learn about how to get your songwriters royalties from Spotify and the other services.
Each time a song streams on an interactive service like Spotify, Rhapsody, Beats, Slacker, Rdio, etc the songwriter earns a royalty. Learn why, how much and why you may not be getting all (or any) of it.
Jeff Price — founder of Audiam, TuneCore, and spinART Records — spoke at SF MusicTech Summit about the ins-and-outs of music publishing. Price dives into the nuanced arena of copyright and how the Right of Reproduction has changed with the evolving music industry, specifically the introduction of interactive music streaming services. Get paid the money you are owed with Price’s in-depth guidance.
Rules To This Sh!t, Too $hort, N.O.R.E, Dreezy, Mila J, Nipsey Hussle, Common, J Nicks and more discuss how some artists create a fake identity through music to make it in the industry. This episode also dives into the music birthed in different cities.
In Episode 13, the crew discusses how record labels make artists have a certain brand image in order to sell records. These artists dive into what happens when you show off your body to sell your music.