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Would You Invest Your Own Money into Your Favorite Artist’s Music? –

Would You Invest Your Own Money into Your Favorite Artist’s Music? – | Hiphop | Scoop.it
Why a fan-fueled “equity crowdfunding” model may be ready to explode

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i Think its import for people to start investing in artist because it could boos the whole industry and  could help boos the artist and if they blow up then the money is double or even better which just creates a better environment  
Rolling stone is the biggest new reporting crew for the music industry and its very reliable 
Akeem Scott's curator insight, February 23, 8:04 PM
For the question of the the article, " Would you invest your own music into your favorite artist music," I would say no I wouldn't. even if the artist are making that amount of money on these music programs, They are still making a lot of money off of them. Not to mention this is only one of many source of income for these artist.
Chris Shelton's curator insight, March 22, 10:47 PM
I believe this article is the future of the independent scene of the music industry. 
JaShod Flentroy's curator insight, June 24, 8:16 PM
General info about investing in your favorite artist and how artist get paid from streams
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Would You Invest Your Own Money into Your Favorite Artist’s Music? –

Would You Invest Your Own Money into Your Favorite Artist’s Music? – | Hiphop | Scoop.it
Why a fan-fueled “equity crowdfunding” model may be ready to explode

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caelans insight:
i Think its import for people to start investing in artist because it could boos the whole industry and  could help boos the artist and if they blow up then the money is double or even better which just creates a better environment  
Rolling stone is the biggest new reporting crew for the music industry and its very reliable 
Akeem Scott's curator insight, February 23, 8:04 PM
For the question of the the article, " Would you invest your own music into your favorite artist music," I would say no I wouldn't. even if the artist are making that amount of money on these music programs, They are still making a lot of money off of them. Not to mention this is only one of many source of income for these artist.
Chris Shelton's curator insight, March 22, 10:47 PM
I believe this article is the future of the independent scene of the music industry. 
JaShod Flentroy's curator insight, June 24, 8:16 PM
General info about investing in your favorite artist and how artist get paid from streams
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A Conversation With Zoe Keating: From Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams"

A Conversation With Zoe Keating: From Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams" | Hiphop | Scoop.it
Emily White has made a career out of helping independent creators as a manager, label owner and much more. She’s in the trenches with them every day. Fortunately, we are. Continue reading

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caelans insight:
I think its good that people are putting out information on how to better your career and how they did it and how other people are able to boost their careers  to where they want it to be.
The hypebot.com site has been up for years and has been helping people with music related technique  and is a major resource in the industry 
Alanna Hayes's curator insight, May 25, 8:58 PM
Another article with Zoe Keating, but more so an interview to help build a sustainable career. A completely independent instrumental artist collecting her own revenue. This is important to all artists coming out into the world, so they can get bank and recognition for their talents too.
Dawn VanDam's curator insight, May 31, 11:11 AM

Emily White has made a career out of helping independent creators as a manager, label owner and much more. She’s in the trenches with them every day. Fortunately, we are. Continue reading

Jason Green's curator insight, July 26, 10:58 AM
Starting a career in the music industry can be very difficult to do , however having a game plan is the key. Knowing the business side is the most important part. This article does a good job of discussing having a manager, having a distribution plan and the importance of getting the business side of things squared aware first.  Many individuals just dive in to the music careers without taking time to focus on the business side and obligations and this can be a crucial mistake. 
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Here's how hip-hop has reignited the spirit of black entrepreneurship

Here's how hip-hop has reignited the spirit of black entrepreneurship | Hiphop | Scoop.it
Things like their humble upbringings, successful branding and the proverbial chip on their shoulders have made some contemporary rappers successful businessmen.
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caelans insight:
I think that the industry has a lot of success  for people to achieve and then ones who did it first are a good example like Dre, Diddy, and Jay Z.
I added this to my collection mainly because its from dailyorange which does a lot of reports for the industry and is made lots of strong reports concerning new updates in the industry and is one of the most popular news articles to report as well

Trevon Taylor's curator insight, August 25, 2019 11:26 PM
This article shows how black people can grow to have ultimate success and finacial freedom solely from creating music.
 
Corey Roberts's curator insight, January 28, 4:56 PM
My opinion of this article is that this is very true indeed, the article could have been better if it was explained in greater detail. The source doesnt seem to be that good because the scoop sounds like part of another article. This small article can be used as a informational source for audio industry professionals.
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Universal launches hip-hop label in India with Nas and Mass Appeal

Universal launches hip-hop label in India with Nas and Mass Appeal | Hiphop | Scoop.it
Mass Appeal India's first signing is Mumbai rapper DIVINE

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caelans insight:
I think its a good idea to expand the genre to all over the world so everyone is able to hear all types of music and that Nas is the one to do it.
Mussicbusinessworldwide.com is a very popular and a big part of the music world today
Chris Shelton's curator insight, March 22, 10:46 PM
I chose this article because this is a first ever in hip hop, and I think it could be huge for the industry.
Travis Jefferson's curator insight, April 26, 11:54 PM
Universal and Mass Appeal launch a new label in India. Universal expands it's reach to India
Kayla Conner's curator insight, May 22, 3:38 PM
I believe that the universal launches hip hop label in India is good thing. It’s show that music industry is involving in good way. The article was written by Tim Ingram and give you reliable sources in the article. 
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Today In Hip-Hop History: Mobb Deep – “The Infamous” – The 73rd

Today In Hip-Hop History: Mobb Deep – “The Infamous” – The 73rd | Hiphop | Scoop.it
RT @The73rd: Today In Hip-Hop History: Mobb Deep – “The Infamous” April 25th, 1995 - Stream Here: https://t.co/MVDnwZwvNf https://t.co/tSRx…
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The infamous was released on April 25th and is about ti hit its anniversary and was apart of the golden age which changed the whole hip hop industry and has left us to where we are today 
Article is just about the song being released which is completely accurate. This source is not a major source of news about the industry
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