And even the first week argument being the key Morgan Wallen concerts, for bands at your size and that I use, there s little to understand residual press after the fact unless you use a moderate hit and/or great story. It s unlike any meaningful quantity of men and women be speaking about the album week 2, so windowing as well level is hiding it in the most amount of ears, too.
Just want I want. Advice from an from touch, older white man who runs an archaic organization containing little relevance in the present music business. I’ve been inside the urban music industry (successfully) for 26 a few years I’ve NEVER attended the Grammys or even watched them on TV. I don’t care what he, or NARAS thinks. They are completely irrelevant in urban music even if their voting base has finally discovered black music.
2) So far as I know, offline playback of licensed songs through Spotify s software are counted towards a user s plays. I would suspect that a premium subscriber (the only real users who can download songs for offline playback) using offline mode is necessary to connect once ever thirty days to ensure the program to see if their subscription is current, & this is the time the plays could be reported. This doesn t cost Spotify anything they re still coughing up exactly the same total revenue, it only effects the variables in the algorithm Spotify uses to calculate who gets what.
It s funny in my opinion how little everyone understand about the specifics of a signing and what went into this deal specifically. You can talk all you want about records destroying music, but sitting from an outsiders perspecting (which every single considered one of you might be) and trolling comments regarding how he or she is a sellout is indeed sad in my experience. All the haters talk a BIG game but don t contain the drive or talent to get where Peter is. I would never become unattainable to a label, EVER. Well I am 100% sure the label wouldn t perhaps you have because you are talentless and possess nothing easier to do than to get on these forums and hate on stuff you have no knowledge about.
The response raises questions on what produces a ‘traditional American’. Kanye West, one of the biggest rappers alive, was born in Atlanta and grew up in Chicago. His rags-to-riches, by-the-bootstraps success certainly qualifies as American, along with his perseverance against repeated rejection.