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A successful music manager or management company is one that handles a lot of administrative work for some of the top artists. Music managers that work for larger management agencies are extremely knowledgeable and are capable of turning new artists into profitable money making machines and KrystoDrym Music is one of them. Music managers have the capabilities of shopping your music demo to the most successful Record Label A&R executives. A successful music manager will definitely take on a new act that they think will be able to get a record deal. Music managers look for talented artists much like artists look for rich record labels. It takes two hit songs to sell a hit record and it takes a lot of money to promote that record. That is all the music industry boils down to and music managers are only interested in the bottom line.
Music managers get a percentage usually ten percent of the artist’s profits. This is enough motivation for a music manager to find hundreds of ways for the artist to profit off of their music career. Make sure that you are ready before approaching a music management company. There are a few things you must have established before a successful music management company will give you a shot. If you are already an established recording artist, make sure that you choose the right manager that has experience in your genre. For example, you don’t want a rock manager with no experience in how to profit off of hip-hop music. There are some cases where it doesn’t matter; some managers can handle any genre. I feel that it is an important time saver to go after a particular management company based on the genre of music that you make. These managers are much more likely to have more contacts in that style of music. After you have chosen a few managers that may be interested in your music it's time to contact them.
Now your music sounds great and your package is ready to send to your intended music manager. Make sure that you call your music manager contact before you send your demo. Ask them for permission to send your demo and make sure that you have the correct contact information and mailing address. There are some very legitimate music industry directories that contain music industry contact information. The most informative and inexpensive one is All Music Industry Contacts.
Now you’ve sent your demo to a manager or record label A&R that you have been dying to work with. What do you do now? Remember the saying “the squeaky wheel gets the grease” well it is true meaning you must follow up on the demo that you sent. There is a big difference between following up and being annoying. Wait a few days after your projected day of receipt of your demo package by your contact and follow up with a phone call. Remember to be polite, to the point and professional. A successful A&R, Manager, Producer or Publisher doesn’t have any time to waste.
Important: Krysto Drym Music Publishing does not accept unsolicited song submissions