The music industry will never be the same.
In 2000 NSYNC sold 2.4 million copies of their album “No Strings Attached” in the first week. Today, artists like Chance The Rapper are headlining festivals and selling out shows – all without the support of a major label.
Succeeding in music without a label is possible, but not probable. Every artist on the Top 40 radio chart is supported by a major label. But what about niche artists? Well, I’m more interested in discussing commercial success right now. Continue Reading