Famed is Launching Careers and Saving Artists From 360 Slave Deals
Record labels thrive on taking advantage of artists and controlling the market. With international PR company, FAMED, artists now have a team with major label reach that cares about their success in the industry.
The music industry is a cash cow, a way to better the lives of millions of talents. Record labels see that desperation in upcoming artists trying to escape their struggle and use it to tie them into slave deals and contracts that make them money, while the artist loses their creative control and dreams. Online protests for a change in the system have been heard from both upcoming artists and even mainstream rappers still chained to unfair contracts. But the sad truth is that unless an artist already has a fanbase and brand to his name, the labels hold all the cards, which is why artists end up signing their life away and realizing it when it’s too late.
FAMED, a PR company that has a love for hip hop and music has heard the cries of artists and has stepped into the arena to fight on their behalf. With this, artists have the backing and resources of expertise marketing skills, with an international reach that gives them access to the world. FAMED and its reputation for viral Interviews, Press Releases, International Media Publishing, Concerts, and Touring are just a taste of how deep their connections go. An artist’s reach is limitless with access to over 500 festivals, events, and shows organized annually by FAMED.
Success stories made possible by FAMED have gotten artists major publications on industry giants like TheSource.com, TheHypeMagazine.com, AllHipHop.com, Thisis50.com, and Raptology.com among others. Their list of resources is like an endless pool of everything an artist would need to realize their dreams. You name it, and they can make it happen – articles, blogs, magazines, podcasts, radio stations – FAMED is global, worldwide, international!
Major label success, while independent? That’s the crème de la crème of PR companies. Let them handle your career, just be sure to thank them in your Grammy speech. For more info, check out the FAMED website.
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