Artist Promotion

Wonder Gang OTC

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Today we meet two brothers TK Savage and Keith Wonder born in Zimbabwe, raised in the US and residing in Dallas, TX. Through all of their struggles of dealing with political destruction and poverty, they found music as a way to use their voice for good.

The brothers have also started the #BeHeard talks where they are giving others a platform to express themselves for one hour everyday on Instagram Live. This initiative was a direct response to the George Floyd murder and was used as a way to strategize and create dialogue in a peaceful manner.

The Wonder Gang has previously opened for Post Malone, T.I., Lil Uzi, Young Thug, Kodak Black among others.

Thoughts on OTC

Artist Promotion

Yo! Majesty Flex

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Today we meet the ladies of Yo! Majesty as they get ready for their upcoming album set to be released in August 2020. The ladies just dropped “FLEX” earlier this year on GMEQCA/Matriarch Records.

About Yo! Majesty

A short bio about Shunda K and Jwl B provided by their agents:

“In the mid-2000s heyday of MySpace, Yo! Majesty rose quickly to digital fame in America (they played both Coachella and South by Southwest) and abroad (they signed to U.K. label Domino Records, now home to Arctic Monkeys, Hot Chip and Animal Collective). The frenetic electro-pulse and raw carnality of their 2008 debut Futuristically Speaking…Never Be Afraid felt fresh and inspired at the time (and in many ways still does today).

Artist Advice

Artist Advice Promoting Online

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On this episode we discuss promoting your music and art online using typical and atypical methods. How do you find balance? What sources do you use to promote your craft?

Note: This video was recorded prior to the protests during quarantine.


Pausing the Show Update

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As you know, I have paused all projects. As an update, I will be working behind the scenes on reviews etc but will not post anything until July depending on the state of the world. This way, we do not get super behind and your music is not sitting in my inbox for months on end. The rate at which things will be released has not been determined but know your emails are not being ignored.

I have also decided to expand the topics I discuss on the site to include topics I am passionate about such as women’s rights and anti-racism. We all have a platform and we need to use it to draw attention to real life issues. It can’t always just be an escape.

Much love,

Melly Starz