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Duct Tape Entertainment’s Pesh Mayweather Releases New Single “Oh Ya” (ft Lil Keed)

Duct Tape Entertainment (Big Bank Black, Trouble, Alley Boy) affiliate Pesh Mayweather just released a new single entitled “Oh Ya” featuring Lil Keed (affiliate of Young Thug’s YSL/300 Ent). “Oh Ya” has already started to receive airplay on Atlanta radio, and is heating up in the clubs. With a heavy violin/string sample, layered on heavy 808’s, the single pays homage to life in the street/trap. Pesh Mayweather drops melodic, yet distinctive lyrics that paint graphically unique pictures of modern day street life.

Pesh Mayweather began his musical career under the mentorship of Atlanta’s Rico Wade and Ray Murray, producers known collectively as Organized Noise of the illustrious Dungeon Family. His most recent connection with Duct Tape Entertainment provides the perfect backdrop for the edgy street music that Pesh Mayweather creates.

Do Music Streaming Services Devalue Music?

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Music Streaming Services Devalue Music

Since the Internet boom, record labels have been trying to find a way to keep a handle on music illegally being available for free downloads. For years they have been losing the battle. Is the music industry doomed to failure?  Read More

Do Music Email Blasts Work?

email-listI have a lot of associates that offer email blasts services. For the most part it is a good way to get your music out as long as the ones blasting it have relationships with who they are blasting it to or it can end up being as useful as a drop in a bucket. To be totally honest, I hate being added to an MP3 email blast list from some random person I don’t know. I usually delete it right away without listening to the record (I don’t like my inbox cluttered). The worst part about some of those emails are the generic lines like “the biggest record in the city” or “has a huge buzz”. 9 out of 10 times if you check it out it’s false. Besides, the hottest record usually doesn’t have to be announced. So refrain from using the generic wording when using email blasts or have some sort of proof. Read More