Everyone loves music, but people could understand what the hit song or video. Not much. In fact, most people do not realize all the amazing scenes behind the work that goes into creating music videos and albums that we have come to know and love. Everything changed in the Grammy program, PACE hosted by the University (New York, NY), where several hundred New York high school students got a glimpse of backstage passes to the music industry. Not to mention suspension with the big guys.
Popular artists of the event, including winning the Grammy Awards - Ashanti, who had two strokes of soul interpretations of his first album. Then he offered some advice, as a panelist for thought. "With the good, the bad in this area," he said, "You must have skin that is solid wood!"
R & B diva and graduated with honors from high school, then decided to pursue a singing career. He struggled for some time trying to get his chance. That is, until he landed his record deal with being murdered, Inc. "If it does not work out this label, I went back to school," he said, "C This is my third deal, and I give one more chance, "See? Divas should make their way in, too!
What else is there except as a performer. "A & R for the artist and repertoire, and we will help guide the career of the artist," said Tina Davis, vice president of A & R - with elements of Def Jam. Music industry is a rough place, and employment of a person & R is to help artists to decide what songs to sing, how to promote their records, arrange tours, and the public, he added.
"The new target, and focus on it," Davis calls the students. "All you have to bring that." But what if you are not entrepreneurial type of A & R and you are so hungry for attention, but you have musical ideas . Maybe you should be directed to the manufacturer, as a talented studio, one, who works as an artist to create songs and better performance.
Producers Andre Harris and Vidal Davis, who has worked with artists like Mariah Cary and Mary J. Blige, shared their products to snatch the note. "This is the music, and do what is best for her," says Davis: In a more general note, Harris adds, "You should be prepared for this industry - Preparation of luck."