Do Music Streaming Services Help or Hurt Artists? | The Business of Life

How to manage your freelance budget: Jon Caramanica, Joe Levy, and Stephen Bryan discuss the money behind the music industry—what it takes to be a musician, and whether streaming services help or hurt these artists. Subscribe to VICE News here: Check out VICE News for more: Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https:// Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: Instagram: More videos from the VICE network: https://

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Should RAPPERS Promote Their MIXTAPE or SINGLE First? #Curtspiration

Should RAPPERS Promote Their MIXTAPE or SINGLE First? #Curtspiration is a web series dedicated to motivating the hearts and minds of Rappers and Producers around the world. Shot and Edited by: Richey (Twitter: @RicheyDiamonds) SUBSCRIBE TO Richey’s YOUTUBE â-º #Curtspiration is a web series dedicated to motivating the hearts and minds of Rappers and Producers around the world. Shot and Edited by: Richey (Twitter: @RicheyDiamonds) â-ºSUBSCRIBE TO Richey’s YOUTUBE ====================================================== CURTISS KING PRODUCTS â-ºâ-º 1 On 1 Coaching: Rapper, Music Producer, Youtube → https:// â-ºâ-º My Beats: Curtiss King Beats → https:// â-ºâ-º My Drum Kits: Big D

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5 x Tips to Make More Music in 2018 – Write, Record & Release Your Songs!

Are you super busy and it seems like you have no time to make music? Me too, which is why I’m sharing with you my top 5 tips that will help you (and me!) create more music in 2018. 1. Play Music Every Day â–‹ Schedule or make time every day to play or create music â–‹ Even 5 minutes will help establish a routine – perhaps plays a cover of one of your favourite songs? â–‹ The more you play, the more you will want to play â–‹ Look at what you currently do now that you could replace with music – TV? Video Games? â–‹ Schedule time with yourself – block out time in your calendar for music â–‹ Need motivation? Set up a Soundcloud, FaceBook page or YouTube channel to share your sessions â–‹ Check out my FaceBook page at for ideas 2. Capture Your Ideas

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Spotify TOP 10 Earning Artists!!!

Subscribe â-º Buy My Book on Amazon â-º Buy My Book on iTunes â-º Which artists are generating the most streams and making the most money on Spotify? Here’s the complete list: #10 – Daddy Yankee – Streams 2,835,653,320 = $11,342,613.28 #9 – Major Lazer – 2,960,711,295 = $11,842,845.18 #8 – Ariana Grande – 2,993,682,622 = $11,974,730.49 #7 – Calvin Harris – 3,621,725,135 = $14,486,900.54 #6 – Rihanna – 4,160,971,112 = $16,643,884.45 #5 – The Chainsmokers – 4,239,413,037 = $16,957,652.15 #4 – The Weeknd – 4,822,039,148 = $19,288,156.59 #3 – Ed Sheeran – 6,337,284,452 = $25,349,137.81 #2 – Justin Bieber – 7,774,553,143 = $31,098,212.57 #1 – Drake – 9,217,224,217 = $36,868,896.87 Spotify is the biggest online music streaming

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How Much Money Do Independent Artists Make???

Subscribe â-º Buy My Book on Amazon â-º Buy My Book on iTunes â-º How much money can you make as a musician (rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, artist manager, record label)? Despite what false information you may hear about the record industry going downhill, the fact is, the music business is on an upward rise. Making $300,000 a year, is good money for anyone. That’s $25,000 extra dollars every month. In this video, I will show you that with only 10,000-25,000 fans, you can make a quarter million to a half a million, minimum, every year, by just selling your music, merchandise and doing a few shows. We hear about people making $20 million in a year, but how much money do you really need to live a life of luxury? I also br

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Streaming services are changing the music industry. So how are rock bands surviving?

In the age of streaming, bands like The Orwells are touring more, selling their song rights, and spending more time than they’d like on social media. But for the Chicago-based rock band, it’s still all about the music. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https:// Facebook: https://

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