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Wealthy & Successful: What Cars Symbolize in Music

What’s the first thing you would buy if you became a millionaire? Different people might give all sorts of answers: their dream house, a brand new wardrobe, a lifetime of unlimited travel. Or a car. Cars, in particular, seem to have become the symbol of accomplishment and success in today’s society, and such perception reflects in contemporary music.
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Let’s Collab: The Popularity of the Featuring Phenomenon

The popularity of the phenomenon of featuring has grown exponentially in recent decades, as the Billboard’s Hot 100 music charts testifies.
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Music Sampling

Music sampling consists in reusing part of a sound recording in another soundtrack. Samples can include rhythms, melodies, voices...
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Anthony Fantano: Music Nerd turned Meme Lord

Self-proclaimed Internet's Busiest Music Nerd, Anthony Fantano, has become one of the most prominent music critics in the last few years.
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Movie and TV Series Soundtrack: A Springboard for Budding Artists

Netflix producers believe that what's on screen is just as important as what's behind the camera, and that includes movie soundtracks.
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Music Documentaries: Behind the Spotlight

Music documentaries can picture the artist's life from a different perspective, Amy - The Girl Behind the Name (2015), might be an example.
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Shygirl and slowthai Collaborate in New Electro Hit “BDE”

Shygirl presents her latest single, the sex-positive anthem "BDE" featuring Northampton rapper slowthai, in her latest music video BLU.
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Crossover Music Genres

Crossover genres are a revolutionary type of music that will greatly influence future artists and their careers.
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Making Music with New Technologies and A.I.

Seventy years have passed since Alan Turing invented the first machine capable of creating simple melodies. Turing's machine sounded exactly like a modern sampler, and his recordings could be considered the very first examples of electronic music. In the 1990s, several pop and rock musicians used computer-generated music and lyrics: David Bowie, in particular, worked on a songwriting software called “Verbasizer,” a digital version of the cut-up technique that he had been using for decades. The software was born from his collaboration with Brian Eno and Ty Roberts, and it was used by the artist to compose the lyrics featured...
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Live Streaming: A New Way of Experiencing Concerts

As of now, what the future of live streaming concerts will look like is unknown. Many believe that this format will have very interesting professional opportunities to allow wider audiences to attend unique events from the comfort of their homes. This way, the problem of geolocation could be a thing of the past.
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CupcakKe: Queen of Dirty Rap

...CupcakKe built her career and reputation on sexually charged anthems that didn’t take themselves too seriously. But most importantly, she proved that whacky lyrics and trippy music videos can come a long way in the era of the internet.
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The Rise of Indie Labels

The success of independent artists might make anyone wonder, do you even need a record label anymore to make it in today’s music world?
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Why Artists Should Use Tik Tok for Self-Promotion

Let’s see why Tik Tok can be a smart choice for an upcoming artist that is trying to make it big.
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