Kill The Record Labels

by moe on April 14, 2009

A new documentary was just released by directors, Charles Rand & T.Thomas, titled “Kill The Record Labels”.

For decades hip hop has been controlled by the record companies. They invest millions and profit billions from global cassette, cd, and now ringtone sales. Music moguls afford a lifestyle comparable to what we see on mtv cribs. Eventually hip hop artist would adapt the record company formula, and start to strategically promote and market there own music. This has created a conflict inside the industry. The Record companies, in conjunction with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), have declared war. Offices have been raided, Mom and Pop stores have been closed, and many have been arrested. Hip Hop Artists, Djs, and producers have decided that the only way to survive in the music business is to “Kill The Record Labels”.

Watch the video trailer below:

I’ve only seen the trailer so far, but I’m interested in seeing the rest. I’ll look into it and offer my thoughts once I get a chance to watch the full DVD.

You can order the DVD at the official website – killtherecordlabels.com.

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2Serenity aka TheJennTaFur April 14, 2009 at 12:28 PM

Wow..interesting. I wouldn’t say, “Kill The Record Labels” but they aren’t necessary any more : D I appreciate you keeping all if us updated! xoxo

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