Marketing is a fundamental part of growing an artist’s fan base. In an age where being viral is vital for success it makes sense why promotion is increasingly expensive.
This. Grm now charging £350 for an upload. £500 if you want them to promote it as well. How is this financially sustainable for most up & coming artists whos really trying to better their life & do something. These times even if your video did get 1m views you don’t see the money https://t.co/7CkDuHTifM
— ‘No Flows’ OUT NOW (@_Jay0117) February 28, 2020
As a business, we mainly rely on artist’s trusting us to help garner attention for their music campaigns as our audience are niche music lovers. We’ve had some great success with this so far!
They really sampled 2Pac to make afrobeats 🤯🤯 pic.twitter.com/yYgKLI2Tda
— 9bills.co.uk (@9bills) May 28, 2019
My first 100,000 streams! No video, no playlist. Thanks guys!❤️ pic.twitter.com/1mJ6AeJLk6
— live & direct (@pins47) April 8, 2020
Shooting a music video on its own can be EXPENSIVE, sometimes it involves: hiring cars, models, and venues and that’s without paying the videographer and editor! We understand this dilemma and want to do more to help artists who can’t always pay for promotion.
That’s why for the next 3 months (NOW CLOSED) we will be doing a free promo of the week! Artists can submit their songs for our team to review and if chosen we will contact you to arrange a post on our channels for FREE!. Our ambition is to play a role in building the next big UK artists, pioneering and promoting British music, media and culture.