This post is mainly something I’m posting so I can test out the WordPress for Blackberry application.
I installed it upon it’s release but still haven’t published anything with it – so I’m doing that now.
As if my Blackberry addiction wasn’t already bad enough, I think the ability to blog from it now is about to make me OD.
By the way, I know this is my first post in over a week, but I was fighting some crazy migraines for over a week now – so, yeah. (They’re gone now thankfully.)
Apparently, this app can also attach photos. Let’s end with that:
Yeah, I changed the design & layout of the blog… again.
Having a personal blog is more than just my outlet for whatever I post – it also helps me satisfy my need for constant change. Hence, the almost monthly redesign.
Anyways, any thoughts on the new look?
One of the biggest questions every artist, manager & label rep asks themselves on a daily basis is, “how can we further connect with our fans?”
Amongst all the teams out there, one of the best examples I can think of (and one whom I mention in nearly every meeting) is Ryan Leslie.
From his initial YouTube videos, to his MySpace push, to his Twitter profile and blog – he’s consistently shown that he’s one of the very few, that truly does “get it”.
Last night, R. Les posted a message on Twitter, telling fans he would purchase & autograph an iPod for any fans that met him at the 24-hour Apple Store in NYC in the next 15 minutes.
And he kept his word.
Peep the video:
It’s been a minute since I’ve updated my blog, but that doesn’t mean I forgot about you guys.
My workload has been crazier than usual lately, but it should be calmed down again after this week…
Anyhow, I just wanted to give you guys a quick update, since many thought I was M.I.A and a few started putting my pic on milk cartons. I’m still here, just busy – but things are calming down again, so I’ll post more often.
Also, one more thing:
Tha Bizness: Henny & Dow Jones
Producers, Henny & Dow Jones, better known as, Tha Bizness, have been making a lot of noise recently – namely, for their production of Young Jeezy‘s smash hit, “My President (Is Black)“, and Young Money‘s debut single, “Every Girl“.
As producers whose work is quickly taking over your iPod’s storage space, I asked them to share some insight for Producers Week.
“My stalker just grunted on my twitter” Lol!
If you’re already on Twitter, you will find this hilarious. If you’re not already on Twitter, you’re falling behind! Join now and catch up!
I’d like to address some of the questions and comments raised regarding my Twitter Exclusive Experiment, where I premiered “Throw It Back” from Mack Maine ft. Lil Wayne on Twitter.
I know it’s been over a month, but hey – it was the holidays.
Better late than never :)
How did we get over 14,000 downloads in 48 hours?
Ariel Publicity has just launched their Cyber PR Urban blog, as a service to aspiring artists & musicians in the urban music genre.
Cyber PR Urban’s Christina Duren, was kind enough to reach out to me for an interview for the launch.
Below is the transcript of the interview, in which we discussed social media, and how artists today can use social networks to their benefit: