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The Secret Truth About Music Promotion: How to Promote Your Music
By Trete Lo
Most people who have been in the music industry will never tell you how to correctly promote your music. It's competition out there and they don't want to give up all the music promotion secrets. Many simply want to sell you something so they tell only half truths about promoting your music. In this article I will tell you some of what I've learned in over 15 years as a rapper. I will attempt to tell you only the things that work and bust up a few myths that many have told you.
First of all you need to understand that this is an industry that thrives if you are willing to learn all you can about it. I never thought that I knew it all so I still read, listen to audio books and watch videos everyday to sharpen my skills. The hip hop industry is not a thing of talent only, it's a thing of business. You need to commit yourself to learning about marketing, branding and things like presentation. These are areas in music that if you get great in these things you will be able to sell many records. Even if you don't become famous to everyone worldwide, you can still make a considerable amount of money doing what you love.
The History of Fashion Shows
By Jade L Dean
Fashion shows have been around for a very long time and take place all over the world. These are where designers make clothes for the upcoming season to display on models walking down a catwalk. The biggest fashion shows of today occur in New York, Paris and London.
Fashion shows are some of the biggest events that take place in a year and famous celebrities attend them around the world. Being photographed at such an event is great publicity for them and also adds weight to the popularity of a certain designer. The first ever to have taken place is unknown but the earliest dated to have happened was in the 1800's and was known as a fashion parade. This was taken place in a Paris couture salon and occurred on a regular basis.
In Film Making Believability Is Often Wiser Than Accuracy and Unfortunately - Let's Talk
By Lance Winslow
Sometimes I am blown away by the political correctness of the socialist elite in Hollywood. They tell us that we shouldn't stereotype, that we should live and let live, and that everyone is equal, and not to pick on any group or segment of our population. For that, I do concur, however I am upset because I see so much hypocrisy going on in Hollywood. Specifically, in the filmmaking industry, so let me explain, because this is not only a critique of the folks in Hollywood, but more so our entire population, as so many are unable to see through the fog of society's entertainment.
It seems that all too often to make a film believable, these movies have token stereotypes which fit the general overall perception of our public. One might ask if we are not perpetuating the stereotypes in doing so, and then condemning people for adopting those stereotypes into their belief systems. I was discussing this not long ago with a gentleman who was getting his degree in filmmaking, and we got into a lively debate, although we were pretty much on the same wavelength. He told me it was funny, because while you need artistic creativity, you also have to appeal to the audience's beliefs.
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