Netflix: A Subscription Model the Music Business Should Aspire To

If the record industry wants music subscription services to become mainstream products, it should pay close attention to the factors behind growth at Netflix. In the first quarter of 2011, the online video rental service added 3.6 million subscribers, to finish with 23.6 million. To put it another way, the company’s subscriber numbers increased 69% […]


Facebook Deals Takes on Groupon, LivingSocial

Jumping onto the bandwagon created by Groupon and LivingSocial, Facebook today is unveiling a local discount program for vendors called Facebook Deals. The service will launch on a test basis in five cities: Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego and San Francisco, according to a report in the New York Times. Like its rivals, it will […]


Fragile Music Group presents Duebwa Loving

Recently we collaborated with a talented young Duebwa on his new singles titled SEXYZ BLUE EYES & I MISS YOU. Give it a listen and let us know what you think about this bright young fella. Duebwa Loving (Born June 14,1993) began singing at age seven, Old school music is nothing new to Duebwa seeming […]


Cool & Dre Launch Epidemic, Joint Venture with Interscope

Miami-based production duo Marcello “Cool” Valenzano and Andre “Dre” Lyon have signed a joint venture deal for their Epidemic Music imprint with Interscope Records. Though Cool & Dre declined to reveal specific details, the pair says the new pact is a 50/50 joint venture, with Interscope providing distribution, promotion and marketing. Epidemic’s first releases are […]


Snoop Dogg: Twitter ‘Changed” the Music Industry

Twitter has changed the face of the music industry for the better, according to rapper Snoop Dogg, who credits the micro-blog for sustaining his presence in the business, reports All Twitter. The hip hop icon,who has more than three million followers, said of Twitter: “I feel it’s the number one key in music right now.” […]

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