Posted On:09.07.2016
Posted by theDaveB

While in town for the inaugural BBC Music Awards, the BBC set up several unmissable workshops on breaking into the music industry, hoping to breed the next generation of award winners. One such workshop attempted to answer an age-old question that has plagued prospective music industry employees for decades – how can anybody enjoy a long, financially solvent career in music? A diverse audience of wannabe artists, to potential managers, to a man who hadn’t bought any music in over a year learnt from some of the finest young minds in the business – Birmingham-based MC SafOne, the creators of Youtube channel P110 Media, Disturbing London product manager Sandy Cheema, copyright collectors PRS For Music, Boy Better Know DJ and producer Preditah (the mind behind club smash ‘Feed Em To The Lions’) and the chair, Radio 1’s rap guru Charlie Sloth. Here are their keys to success.

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