Record labels seem to have lost their popularity in recent years, with many people having negative perceptions of them. They are often thought of as the folks stealing the majority of money that artists earn, and not giving them enough in return.
Rumors have been circulating in the music industry that Nat Gem, the highly-touted newcomer to Nod Head Records, may no longer be a part of the label.
Hip Hop veteran Marty MacPhly has teamed up with rap-sing specialist Nat Gem to release “My Little Dance,” this single serve as the first major distribution release from Nod Head Records (NHR). The track is being distributed via Bungalo Records/Universal Music Group.
It is possible to land a record deal if you have the talent and skill set necessary to record music in a professional manner. However, it’s not likely if you’re not being professionally managed, or at least managing yourself properly.
Tip Trillions breaks down the types of producers and the role they play.
NHR releases ‘My Little Dance’ by artist Marty MacPhly, dist. by Bungalo Records/Universal Music Group, under the leadership of VP MacPhly and CEO Tip Trillions
Based in Phoenix, Arizona led by CEO Felix “Tip Trillions” Horne, Nod Head Records has assembled a talented roster that includes Dres Smuzic, Nat Gem, Marty MacPhly, HobDay, Saucy, Zamara, and recent addition from the Universal Music Group family Just P.
“Summer Honeydew” engineered by Ian Baranack and Jeff Lucero, is the elegant and sophisticated debut pop single, by the openly gay female artist, Dres Smuzic of Nod Head Records
DJ Jam known for being the DJ for Hip-Hop greats Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre has partnered with Nod Head Records to produce a Phoenix, AZ area artists collaboration. Jam is now a Phoenix resident and is eager to get involved with the community.
Young, Talented and Prepared, 23 year Old Dres Smuzic Looking to Rip Through Barriers in the Music Industry