It's no secret that there is ALOT of money to be made in movies. Which would explain why it would be a smart financial decision to extend your musical talents into mainstream video as well. Music is needed for every movie, and as an artist you should be looking for ways to exploit your craft.
Although this scoop speaks on the behalf of visual art, the tips are universal for any type of student who is trying to make money off of their own product. Whether or not your art is visual or verbal this scoop speaks to students in school, as well as fresh out of it, and gives the reader a perspective that I found familiar.
"A lucrative new way around paid download royalties....
As part of a broader deal between Samsung and Roc Nation – estimated at $20m – a total of 1m copies of Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, were given away on Thursday at one minute past midnight (US eastern time), a full 72 hours before it officially goes on sale. The Korean mobile company has paid $5m so that the first million owners of Galaxy S III, Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note II devices to claim the album though a free app from the Google Play store get a three-day headstart on the rest of Jay-Z's fans...."
I think it's incredible that someone would invest about $200,000 in the sheer belief and faith in a particular artist to gain sales.
Pros: He was able to make that much money before he even officially released the album.
He was able to secure a good profit from his album, taking into the consideration the possibilty of losing money. Seeing as how its harder to make money with music now that the way of buying and listening to it has changed.
Cons: The fact that Samsung was the only buyer for those millions of copies, Jay-z was not eligible for those sales, in turn unclarifying the number of consumers of his product.
In order to make alot of money you're going to have to make investments and collaborate with businesses. In order to get these businesses to trust you, you have to know how to deliver an investment pitch. This scoop informs the reader on how to go about doing so.
Jay-z is worth about 500 million, In order to get this kind of money you have to be smart. Jay-z knew this, and personified it by creating his own label, Clothing Line, Fragrances and more. I feel that he has created an outline for up and coming artists.
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