Wednesday, December 6, 2017

How To Make Money With BITCOIN & Cryptocurrency!!!



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What is Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency and how can you cash in on this new financial craze? In this video, I explain what Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency is and I explain why Bitcoin has been making news headlines lately. In 2009, when Bitcoin was new, the value of a Bitcoin was only around $0.08 cents! The value of a Bitcoin today is $12,701.55! Can you imagine how rich you'd be if you only invested $1000 in Bitcoin, when it was only $0.08? The recent surge in the value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has caused curiosity from investors and everyday people looking to cash in on the next big e-trend. Other popular cryptocurrencies include Litecoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Dash, Ripple, Monero & Stratis, to name a few. I've been reading stories about Bitcoin for over 5 years now and just like everyone else, I regret not buying some Bitcoin a few years back. The question now remains, whether the price of Bitcoin will continue to skyrocket or will it soon plummet. Several sources speculate that the price of a Bitcoin may be as much as $50,000 or more by next year, while other speculate that the Bitcoin bubble will burst. One thing for sure, it's new technology and usually new technology only continues to grow and advance. There was a point in time where people were skeptical to invest in major tech companies like Amazon, Netflix and Microsoft. Had you invested in any of these companies early on, you'd probably be a millionaire now. Watch this video for an easy beginners guide to learning about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency. As I learn more information about cryptocurrency, I will share it. f you've heard of bitcoin, you've probably also heard of the technology underlying it: The blockchain. A blockchain is a global online database that anyone with an internet connection can use. Unlike traditional databases — which are typically owned by big institutions — a blockchain doesn't belong to anyone; and with an entire network of people monitoring it, cheating the system by faking documents, transactions and other information is nearly impossible. I recently learned about a website called BitConnect, which helps you to buy and sell Bitcoin, while making a profit. Sign up here to get started today: http://goo.gl/T9iNuM

Monday, December 4, 2017

Prestley Snipes Song "Tuesday" Goes Platinum In France

Sunday, November 26, 2017

What Happens When You Make A Hit Song???



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When you make a hit song and the money starts rolling in, the integrity of you and your team will be put on the line. When you gain traction and momentum, your phone will start ringing nonstop. All of a sudden, everyone will want to jump on the bandwagon and be part of your success. People who you probably never thought you’d be in contact with, will start reaching out to you, hoping to get a piece of the small fortune that you are about to accumulate. People will try to pull you in every direction possible, so it’s best that you and your team stay grounded. Don’t make yourself so easily accessible either. This is the audio version of Chapter 14 from my book "How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following".

Monday, November 20, 2017

How To MAKE MONEY With A Music Video!!!



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How can you make money with your music video besides monetizing it on YouTube? That's the question that every artist wants to know! In this video, I give you several proven techniques that you can apply, which will help you generate extra revenue from your music video productions. Product placement is a great way to generate revenue through your music video. You can promote products in your video, and then sell those products, using links in your music video description. Sponsorship is also another option. There are plenty of companies who will pay to produce your music videos, if you promote their products in your music video. A popular music video that goes viral, with millions of views can also lead to you getting booked to perform at live shows and events. Touring revenue usually makes up for a large majority of any artist's income. A successful and well put together tour can easily generate millions of dollars, if not tens and hundreds of millions. I also answer the question, "Is it a good idea for an artist to allow random videographers to shoot content for them, or should you own and control all of your video content?". The answer to this question is, preference. In the digital age, it is wise to have as much content online as possible. That is my opinion on the question. Feel free to leave your thoughts on this question and any other topic that I discuss in this video. Make sure you subscribe and thanks for watching.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Artists & Drugs EXPLAINED (Lil Peep, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston, Kurt Cobain Death)



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In this video I talk about drug use in the entertainment and creative community. Many authors, musicians, producers, directors and professionals in various creative industries, use drugs to help them create and come up with ideas. Some drugs can help expose the mind to new thoughts and ideas that one may not have come up with, while sober. Drug use in moderation is acceptable in some cases, but when you abuse drugs, the results can be fatal. This week, upcoming emo rapper Lil Peep died of an apparent Xanax overdose. I talk about some of the most successful artists and their drug usage such as Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, Ernest Hemmingway, Charles Dickens, Future, Kurt Cobain, Whitney Houston, Pimp C, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, Wiz Khalifa, Stitches, Snoop Dogg, Philip Seymour Hoffman, ASAP Yams, 2 Chainz and more. If you are suffering with drug addiction and need someone to talk to, call the 24 Hour Helpline at 1-(800)-420-9064.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Why YOU Should NEVER Depend On LUCK!!!



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Sometimes, people get lucky. When you are lucky, it's a real blessing. Luck may play a factor, in your success in life. Unexpected blessings and good luck is what we all hope for. In this video, I talk about why I never depend on luck as my primary plan of success. Luck often comes to those who put themselves in lucky situations. Sitting at home and waiting for luck to come to you is not a wise choice, if you plan to prosper.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

How I Got Started In The Music Business [Documentary]



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This is a short documentary about my family's contribution to the music business and how I was able to get my start in the music and entertainment industry. My uncles, Tunde-Ra & Taharqa Aleem, also known as The Aleem Twins, The Ghetto Fighters & Prana People, are music industry veterans who started producing music as early as the 1960s. Before Andre Harrell started his label, Uptown MCA Records, and before Sean "Diddy" Combs started his label, Bad Boy Records, and launched the career or The Notorious B.I.G., Lil Kim, 112, Faith Evans and more, my uncles were on the scene in Harlem with their indie label, Nia Records. In this documentary, I give a history of my uncles record label, and I explain how their contributions led to more great music and iconic artists.

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Why They Want YOU To FAIL!!! (Crabs In a Bucket Mentality Exposed)



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In this video, I talk about the saying "crabs in a bucket" or "crabs in a barrel". Unfortunately, there are people in the World who do not want to see you win. These people have the crab mentality and you cannot allow these people to hold you back in life. A snake will be a snake and you have to understand that a reptile only moves on impulses. Avoid these crabs in your life and in your business, and you will be one step closer to success.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Why YOU Need To Be A TEAM PLAYER



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Most major feats that are worthwhile, took the minds of several people to accomplish. In this video, I go over the importance of having a team and working with other people to achieve your goals. It is hard to find compatible people to work with, but you must not be discouraged in your quest to find the proper team members/business partners. If you do research on any hit song or any great business idea, you'll see that it was the culmination of many minds with similar goals. If you want to succeed in business, prepare to build a team whose goal is to help establish your business needs. With the right team, possibilities are endless and you could be the next big millionaire entrepreneur.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

How To Stay Relevant In The Music Business



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Staying relevant is like going to the gym and working out everyday. Going to the gym to watch other people workout wont get you in shape. You must workout on your own and if you want to see results then you must workout a few times a week. Creating buzz and relevance online is exactly the same. You must be releasing content at least once a week, just like you would need to be in the gym at least once a week, if you’d like to stay in shape. The more days that you’re working out at the gym, the faster you will start seeing results. There is no quick or easy way to remain relevant, besides constantly creating new content. True relevance means thousands of people are searching for you, on a daily basis. If no one is searching for you, then you are irrelevant. Don’t feel bad about it, just create content that will get people talking and searching for you or your brand.

The video above is the audio version of Chapter 16 from my book "How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following".

Sunday, October 8, 2017

How To Get A Record Deal



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In past videos, I explain how much money you can make as an independent artist. In this video, I explain real and practical ways to get yourself a major record deal. Being independent can be very rewarding but what are some of the advantages to being signed to a major label? I speak about the advantages of being affiliated with a major record label and give you tips on how you can go from being an independent artist or indie label to being signed to one of the major record labels.

Friday, October 6, 2017

How To Have a LONG LASTING Music Career



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In this video, I explain why good BRANDING is key, to having a long lasting music career. I also talk about how to build your brand to the point where your name is recognized all over the world, in the most positive manner. I discuss why The Weeknd doesn't do many interviews and why I think Russ is doing too many interviews. I also discuss talking too much during interviews and saying too much on social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram. The wrong moves can damage your music career to irreversible levels so you must always be conscious of your words and actions when the cameras are on. You must also do your best to promote yourself without compromising your brand in any way. Watch this video for advice on how an independent artists can maintain a long lasting music career and brand.

Devin Malek - 1993



Devin Malek "1993" Official Music Video

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

How To Stop Procrastinating



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Procrastination and putting things off can and will lead to failure. In order to be successful, you must do more now and stop saying you will complete things later. Success in the music business and with any business happens through being prolific. It's not always about having the highest quality work. I believe real art is about expression and not about quality. Using lack of money or resources as a reason to not produce, is the worst excuse you can make. In this video, I give advice and motivation on why you need to stop procrastinating. You can't be a procrastinator if you have ambitions to succeed. Don't allow lack of equipment or lack of resources stop you from creating your dreams.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

How To Make $250,000+ Per Year Selling YOUR Music!!!



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I've generated over a quarter million per year, year after year, selling my music online. In my last video, I speak about how much an independent artist or label can make by selling physical products such as CDs, vinyl, t-shirts and concert tickets. In this video, I speak about the opportunity for independent artists and labels to generates hundreds of thousands of dollars every year by selling digital downloads and streams. I show proof with invoices of some of the revenue that I have personally made by selling my music in digital music stores, using digital music distributors, such as Tunecore & Songcast. I'm a car fanatic and selling my music online has allowed me to purchase all of the vehicles that I've wanted over the years. All of my cars were paid for in full with cash money that I made from selling digital downloads and streams! I’ve also been able to use my music revenue to start new businesses and invest in upcoming talent. Check out some of my 100% REAL results that I've personally had, by selling my music digitally, online, before I made it big with a #1 hit record, which went Platinum.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Devin Malek - Live From Decatur



Devin Malek "Live From Decatur" Music Video

Shot this music video on my iPhone 7 for my artist Devin Malek. We didn't plan the shoot, it was impromptu. The video turned out good, as usual. Download or Stream "Plug Call" http://smarturl.it/plugcall

Friday, September 29, 2017

How Much Money Do Independent Artists Make???



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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, $25,000 extra dollars every month. In this video, I will show you that with only 10,000-25,000, 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 break down some of the luxurious purchases that you can make with the income you can make with only 10,000-25,000 true fans. The US music industry is on the rise and revenues surpassed $7.6 billion dollars in 2016. Watch this video to see just how much you can make as an indie, and some of the cool things that you can buy with at least $25,000/month income.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Spotify TOP 10 Earning Artists!!!



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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 store, making up for almost 70% of music consumption in 2017. Here’s a complete list of the top 10 most successful artists who chose to stream their music on Spotify, to date. These numbers are as of September 26, 2017. Streaming numbers are always going up as time moves forward. Music by Prestley Snipes.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Going PLATINUM with Streams!!!



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The RIAA will now recognize your song as Gold, Platinum or Diamond, depending on how many streams that your song or album accumulates. In the past, only physical and digital download sales were accepted by the RIAA. Now, the RIAA takes streaming numbers in to account. You can now receive an RIAA Award for streams! Check out the list I made below to see how many streams it will take you to go Gold, Platinum and Diamond.

150 streams = 1 Song Download ($0.99-$1.29 Equivalent)
1500 streams = 1 Album Sale (10 Tracks / $9.99 Equivalent)

75,000,000 Million Streams = 500,000 Singles Sold (RIAA Gold)
750,000,000 Million Streams = 500,000 Albums Sold (RIAA Gold)
150,000,000 Million Streams = 1 Million Singles Sold (RIAA Platinum)
1,500,000,000 Billion Streams = 1 Million Albums Sold (RIAA Platinum)
1,500,000,000 Billion Streams = 10 Million Singles Sold (RIAA Diamond)
15,000,000,000 Billion Streams = 10 Million Albums Sold (RIAA Diamond)

If you go RIAA Platinum on YouTube, you will receive = $103,500
If you go RIAA Platinum on Spotify, you will receive = $655,550
If you go RIAA Platinum on Apple Music, you will receive = $1,102,500

If you go Platinum in Music Downloads you will receive = $990,000 if you sell your single for $1.29 & $690,000 if you sell for $0.99

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

How Much Is A Music Stream Worth??? (Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, Tidal)



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1 Stream on YouTube = $0.00069
1 Stream on Spotify = $0.00437
1 Stream on Apple Music = $0.00735
1 Stream on Tidal = $0.01250
1 Stream on Amazon Music = $0.00402

1 Million Streams on YouTube = $690
1 Million Streams on Spotify = $4370
1 Million Streams on Apple Music = $7350
1 Million Streams on Tidal = $12,500
1 Million Streams on Amazon Music = $4020

150 streams = 1 Song Download ($0.99-$1.29 Equivalent)
1500 streams = 1 Album Sale (10 Tracks / $9.99 Equivalent)

75 Million Streams = 500,000 Singles Sold (RIAA Gold)
150 Million Streams = 1 Million Singles Sold (RIAA Platinum)
1.5 Billion Streams = 1 Million Albums Sold (RIAA Platinum)

If you go RIAA Platinum on YouTube, you will get = $103,500
If you go RIAA Platinum on Spotify, you will get = $655,550
If you go RIAA Platinum on Apple Music, you will get = $1,102,500

How To Make It In The Music Business Podcast Now Available On iTunes





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What Are Split Sheets???



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Split sheets are used to determine how much each person involved with a song, contributed. If you made a song on your own, that being the music (or the beat/instrumental) and you wrote the lyrics, then you own 100% of the song and there is nothing to split up. But if you only wrote the lyrics to the song and a producer made the beat, then you and that producer need to sign a split sheet together stating that the two of you created the music and lyrics and that you are splitting the song 50/50. There are different ways that you can split up a song, depending on the amount of contribution that you made to the song. For example, one person may have come up with the hook to the song, one person may come up with the lyrics and another made the beat. Typically, the producer of the music gets 50% of the song and the other 50% is split up between the writers. The two writers may agree that the hook is worth 20% and the verse is worth 30%. So the split sheet would say Producer 50%, Hook 20%, Verse 30%. Then all parties will list their name and which part they contributed and then all will need to agree and sign the split sheet, to make it official. The split sheet protects every one from future disputes about who contributed what and ensures that every party gets their fair share of the song royalties. In some cases, depending on the relationship of the parties involved in the song, the song may be split evenly. So three people would split the song up 33.33%, 33.33%, 33.34% to total 100%. Split sheets must always total 100%.

This is an excerpt from Chapter 9: Split Sheets from my book "How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following" Written by Ousala Aleem Published by Prestley Snipes LLC. Purchase your copy today.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Filthtown Eskay - Don't Wanna Get High (Prod. by JPrice)



Filthy Eskay releases a new music video for his song "Don't Wanna Get High", Produced by JPrice. I've been working with JPrice since 2015, and he's proven to be very prolific and consistent. Check out JPrice YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/JPriceBeatz

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Mixtapes Don't Exist Anymore



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"Mixtapes" started emerging during the cassette era. There was no way possible to hear a compilation of your favorite songs, from various artists, without having to physically carry various cassette tapes, while having each cassette tape on cue, to be played, after you eject the current cassette that you were playing. That is when DJs started copying songs on cassette tapes, onto new blank tapes, while adding various mixes of songs and artist. The mixtape was born and was a thing of the 80s and 90s. I grew up listening to DJ Clue, DJ Whoo Kidd, Kay Slay and the list goes on. Underground artists would sometimes be featured on these mixtapes, and it gave some of the best local talents, an outlet to release their music. Brooklyn Rapper Fabolous was originally a mixtape artist. He released a string of songs with DJ Clue which eventually led to him getting a major record deal. 50 Cent also took advantage of the late 90s/early 2000s "mixtape CD" craze with his mixtape series hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. The mixtape was and is still responsible for the promotion of many artist, to this day. The term mixtape is certainly phasing out though, in the new digital era and no one is actually listening to "mix tapes" any more, now that the majority of music consumption is now based on digital streaming. In this video, I give my opinion on the term mixtape and how I think artists and record labels use the term as a scapegoat for lack of performance.

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Thursday, August 31, 2017

How To Come Up With Good Ideas



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How does one come up with good and sustainable ideas which can change your life financially, while continuing to pay off? That is the question that every one wants to know. Whether you are starting a new business or brand, or whether you have an established business or brand, coming up with new ideas are key to staying relevant. In this video I give some tips on how I come up with good ideas and I also talk about teamwork and establishing a team, in order to reach your goals the fastest.

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The 360 Deal



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The 360 deal is nothing new. The first reported 360 deal was English recording star Robbie Williams’ deal with EMI in 2002. In the last few years 360 deals have become common place. New artists signing with a major label or their affiliates can expect it as a matter of course. The reason for the prevalence of the 360 deal is the dramatic decline in income from sales of recorded music. Income from sales of pre-recorded music reached its peak in 1999 at approximately 14.5 billion dollars. By 2012 that amount had shrunk to only approximately $7 billion - a decline of more than 50%, mainly due in part by the rise of the Internet. Under the traditional paradigm, the label would pay the artist a small royalty, which was even smaller after all the deductions. The artist could expect to receive no recording royalty at all unless his album was a major commercial success. But he got to keep everything else: publishing, merchandise, touring, endorsements, etc. However, these days artists often generate more money from other activities than record sales. For instance, Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball Tour grossed over $227 million dollars, and 50 Cent’s deal with Vitamin Water turned golden when he accepted shares in the company in exchange for authorizing the use of his professional name in “Formula 50”. It is reported that his shares were worth over $100 million after Coca-Cola purchased Vitamin Water’s parent, GlacΓ©au, for $4.1 billion. These developments have spurred the labels to seek to participate in all the possible revenue streams generated by an artist. I have seen small labels also known as production companies get in on the act and insist that new artists sign 360 deals with them even if they put little or no money into recording and make no promises in regard to marketing or promotion. These companies expect the artist to provide fully mastered recordings for little or no money upfront, and they demand income from all sources of revenue. This is an excerpt from Chapter 6: Contracts and 360 Deals from my book "How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following" for Music Business advice which will help you succeed!

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What Does Independent Mean?



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What does it mean to be independent? Are you an independent artist? Do you have an independent label? If you follow all the rules in my book, you may have several record labels calling your phone looking to sign you or your act. Being independent is really a blessing, if you are fortunate enough to be able to generate monthly revenue from your music and pay your bills. Any record deal that you sign will come with some sort of compromise. If you aren’t willing to compromise, then you shouldn’t get into agreements with other people and other businesses. When you are independent, you really cannot fail. Any profit made, is a win. You become somewhat of a slave to the label when you owe them millions of dollars. I personally would not want to owe anyone millions, unless I was 100% sure that I could generate it back. Think about this. Would you rather take $2 million dollars and owe someone, or would you rather earn $2 million dollars on your own time and not owe anyone? This is what you must consider before signing a record deal. Are you mentally in the position to handle a large amount of money and is your brand strong enough to make the labels investment in you worthwhile? You must think about this before you sign a deal because if things don’t go as planned, you could end up at the record label’s mercy.

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