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:
As Producers Week comes to a close, I wanted to present you guys with something big.
I gathered some popular questions that many aspiring producers have, and sent them to a group of producers: some who are currently on their way up & others whose work you’re all very familiar with.
If you’ve ever wondered how producers’ answers differed when asked the same questions; now you’ll know.
These producers have too many hits to list, so for more information on each, I’ve included a link to each of their websites below each of their names.
One of my favourite sites online, Alltop.com, is known as a digital magazine rack for nearly any topic you can think of.
That’s the quickest way of explaining what it is, but for a more detailed explanation, read this post I wrote a while ago, or just watch this video:
Today is Day 6 without my MacBook Pro.
And it hurts!
For the past 6 days, I’ve MacGuyver’ed my way around this major inconvenience by juggling between my Blackberry, internet cafés and others’ computers.
I also got my old temperamental PC working a little again. It feels like going back to an ex with shame and admitting that your new situation didn’t work out as well as you hoped.
But at least there’s some good news. The Apple Store just called saying they’ve received the parts needed to repair the centerpiece of my connected life.
Hopefully, I can get it back by the weekend – although I highly doubt it.
I’m off to drop it off at the Apple Store now. I think it’s time I finally go ahead and buy an external hard drive to keep my system backed up at all times and prevent losing ALL my files again.
Yeah.. it’s that bad.
I don’t know if it’s because of my newfound love for Macs, but I found this video pretty dope.
AC‘s being making noise for a couple years and now he’s decided to go a new route with his latest mixtape, “Attack Of The Blogs”.
AC released 20 different songs to 20 different blogs which pulled together as a scavenger hunt style contest. The mixtape came out about a month ago, but I just saw the video about 10 minutes ago and thought I’d give AC and his team props for their creativity; not only for the song and video, but also for their approach. They’re thinking of new ways of marketing and having fun with it.
Anyways, I usually don’t do spur of the moment blog posts (I’m going to try to do them more often though), but here is a link to download AC’s new mixtape, “Attack Of The Blogs”.
And here is the video that made me post this:
(Props to the director, Steven Tapia, for his creativity on this one)