Dick Huey helps artists succeed. Through his work at the Future of Music Coalition, he aims to increase artist revenue and visibility.
Chance the Rapper got validation without any record labels, learn how he did it and why you should follow his lead.
Dick Huey is helping artists to succeed. Through his work at the Future of Music Coalition, his aims are to increase artist revenue and visibility.
David Andrew Wiebe explains his guardedly optimistic view and the future of blockchain technology.
Blockchain technology will revolutionize the music industry, by allowing artists to control their content and be compensated directly.
Music2020 brought together students and music industry thought-leaders to discuss and present issues and opportunities related to creating a more egalitarian music industry.
Bruno Guez, founder of Revelator, is creating real time data, transactions, and payment.
Cortney Harding, writer, thinker, super-connector of people and companies, gives her thoughts on what it takes to succeed as an artist.
Benji Rogers, Founder of PledgeMusic, is redefining how fans interact with their favorite artists.
George Howard presents Five Key Elements that are changing the music industry today and will fundamentally revolutionize it for the future.
Scott Kirby, Music2020’s founder, discusses how technological advances and education are transforming the music industry.
Beatie Wolfe creatively markets her music through fashion, technology, and health.
Kiran Gandhi combines her intellectual and musical talents to reimagine success for the independent musician.
Emily White, co-founder of Whitesmith Entertainment, reveals her secrets to artist management success
Music2020 presents cutting-edge artists, entrepreneurs, and ideas that reveal successful approaches to current-day challenges in the music industry. Music2020 shines a light on alternate methods of success for both artists and fans.
Check out the content below to see how the interplay of music, technology, and innovative paradigms will benefit the world at large.