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New music from Dj D2uece This is called: Soulful Hip Hop V2. Check it out, and give your feedback. Enjoy. Advertisements

Dj D2uece Q & A’s

What is “feat” or “ft” in music? Morris Hayes Jr, I’ve used the feat term a few times myself while writing a few songs. Answered Jul 17, 2016 Well most songs feat means that the song features a special part or performance from another artist either via performance or singing. at” or “ft” in music?…

38% Of The Music Business Now Indie Labels

38% Of The Music Business Now Indie Labels While it may be a commonly held belief that a choice few major labels dominate the music industry, new data reveals that this simply isn’t the case, with indie labels having generated over $6 billion in the past year, and making up roughly 38% of overall music…

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My metal madness I just wrote and uploaded my lastest song. Come check it out! And let me know what you think. 

The Streaming Music Price Wars Have Started

Something many believed to be an inevitable occurrence, it seems the first of the streaming music price wars has broken out. Precipitated by Amazon’s joining of the market, other streaming industry major players like Spotify and Google have dropped their prices in response. Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 It was probably only…

digitalradiotracker tracks-internet radio spins.

By, Wendy Day from Rap Coalition A few years ago, I suddenly began getting these weekly emails out of the blue from DigitalRadioTracker. I was excited because they offer valuable chart information for internet radio spins, a growth area I was closely watching. Some of my friends in the music industry have started their own…

Context Awareness: The Music Industry’s Next Frontier

 music-tech writier Cherie Hu delves into the ability of context awareness to reshape creativity as well as create new revenue streams and new business models for the music industry in general. Guest Post by Cherie Hu on Synchblog In his book Who Owns the Future?, computer scientist Jaron Lanier highlights the importance of “decision reduction”…