Faders Up Podcast

S2 EP7 RIP DMX / Is social media the future of the music industry?

April 30, 2021 Czar, Desiree, Pat, and Oshay Season 2 Episode 7
Faders Up Podcast
S2 EP7 RIP DMX / Is social media the future of the music industry?
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In this episode the hosts reflect on the life and career of DMX (1970-2021). They discuss some of his accomplishments like having 2 albums debut at 1 and go platinum in the same year, which was Its Dark and Hell is Hot, and Flesh of my Flesh, Blood of my Blood, which both were released in 1998. DMX first 5 albums debuted at #1 on billboard charts. 

They also discuss an article by Tim Ingham for the Rolling Stones "Social Media, Not Streaming, is the Future of the Music Industry". They discuss their thoughts on the article and answer questions such as is social media good for the music industry, and if they feel social is the future of the music industry. They also discuss Tiktok securing licensing deals with the 3 major labels. Also Czar (Audioczar) Desiree (Desireeccholiday) and Pat (IamKadencePat) are on Tiktok now. 

In Who's Been Pushing Faders Up Desiree has completed the move to Ableton and Czar is still looking for new monitors. 


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RIP DMX
Is Social Media the Future of the music industry?