The Conversation on Sync Licensing
In this conversation, I am joined by Anthony Clint Jr. with Clint Productions, LLC (CBS, Fox Sports, MTV, VH1, BET, A&E, Animal Planet); Nelson Johnson with Eighty Five Productions, LLC (VH1, MTV, BET, ESPN, AMC, Bravo, FOX, Netflix, Amazon); and Dre Phantom with PhantomWorks (NFL, VH1, BET, MTV, Tyler Perry Studios, CBS, OWN TV, Bravo) to discuss sync licensing, how it actually works, how to structure your music for maximum potential, how to approach music supervisors and music libraries, licensing deals and structures, common sync terminology, major roadblocks to sync licensing, and more.
The Conversation on Music Production
In this conversation, I am joined by 5x Grammy Award Winning, Gold & Multi Platinum Producer Focus…, who has worked with Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, and Beyonce, Multi-Talented Music Producer and Film Composer Lionel Cohen, who has commercially released over 200 albums, over 400 IMDb credits, 12,000,000 views on YouTube, and 2,000,000 plays on Spotify, and Multi-Platinum Music Producer and Music Label Owner WLPWR, who has worked with multi-talented artists such as Yelawolf, Wiz Khalifa, and Tech N9ne to discuss how can music producers, songwriters & artists can position themselves for success, the critical business skills that music producers need to develop, and the common pitfalls when it comes to music production.
The Conversation on Achieving Success as an Indie Artist
In this panel, I am joined by 3x Grammy Nominated R&B Singer, Record Producer, and Songwriter James Worthy, Multi-instrumentalist, Producer, Singer, and Songwriter Jasmine Ortiz who’s latest video “Jaguar” garnered more than 2M views in 2 days, and International Singer and Songwriter Matt B who’s album just went #3 on the R&B Album iTunes and Top 40 R&B Album on Billboard to discuss the critical skills an artist need to develop, the common pitfalls and traps artists should be aware of, type of mental tools does an artist needed to be successful, and the biggest challenges or roadblocks aspiring artist may face