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This thing goes insanely loud and with Wi-Fi onboard as well as Bluetooth, you can use its built-in Amazon Alexa voice assistant to control your music. And its battery lasts the entire day and can even charge your phone or tablet, too. This speaker promises a fancy light show and hefty base, and its portability and waterproof qualities make it great for a day at the beach or lido.
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Cole: Basically, deals mean the label gets a piece of everything. Back in the days, it was sacred that a label could not touch your show money. So traditional deals would be typically be an agreement with an artist and a label where the label would fund the music creation, promotion, distribution and take a cut of all music sales. A deal is a response to this: record labels will get involved in other aspects of the artist and also take a cut of these revenue streams as well.
One of the figureheads of the record deal is none other than veteran music executive Lyor Cohen. While he usually gets a bad rap for being a strong advocate of the deal, when it comes to this rap game, there are few people with a deeper pedigree than Lyor Cohen. Over the next couple decades, Lyor will continue to rise steadily to the top of the music food chain, taking over Def Jam and ushering in a new generation of multiplatinum artists like DMX, Jay-Z, Ja Rule and more. Over the past few years Entertainment has grown to become one of the preeminent independent labels offering record deals to big name artists such as Fetty Wap, Young Thug, Migos and more.
I have no problem with taking a piece when I do something for an artist.
If I get them a brand deal, a tour, [a] publishing deal, then I feel I deserve a piece. For hip-hop artists out there grinding their heart and pouring blood, sweat and tears into their music, a deal naturally sounds like a bad thing. Remember — as a record label owner, you might have hundreds of employees depending on your decisions. Maybe only one of these artists are making hits and selling music — for example Fetty Wap on Entertainment — you can still focus on developing and promoting the other 4 artists. Because there are less artists on the roster and there are other ways that they can be making money instead of just music sales — for example Young Thug can go on tour with Travis Scott and sell merchandise.
Since Roc Nation is invested in J.