Originally Posted by MYAMS
word up playa
Its the difference between a career and cheap hustle
Well in todays climate, you got lets say 1000 good producers trying to make it a career. Only 10 of which will have releases over the year. And out of those releases only 3 of them is seeing real money. Everyone else is lucky to end the year with what..50k in the bank...Thats "career" album placement mode. I only used 1000 as a number to show you the chances of a typical career for music....not very likely.
Now use the same figure of the top 10 on soundclick, with each making 1k-5k (minimum) a month, with that number fluctuating month to month beat to beat... thats about 50k a year as well. And allows you to persue the "major career" and other opportunities as well.
so if you did both..you double your chances.
I'm not seeing the logic in NOT leasing. No one on this forum is selling beats that are being releases 10 times or more a year to disagree with the model of leasing...