Amber Donoso & Sebastian Downing interviewed for Notion

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3 December 2021

Amber Donoso & Sebastian Downing interviewed for Notion

The reggaeton queen and MN2S PR client spoke with Notion Magazine about her new collaboration with Sebastian Downing, founder of ForeverGood. Notion…

10 perfect Christmas gift ideas for the producer or DJ you love

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2 December 2021

10 perfect Christmas gift ideas for the producer or DJ you love

With Christmas fast approaching, MN2S have hand picked a list of ten perfect gifts for the budding producer or DJ in your…

Arnold Schwarzenegger partnered with World of Tanks by MN2S

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1 December 2021

Arnold Schwarzenegger partnered with World of Tanks by MN2S

MN2S has partnered the superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger with World of Tanks, a video game developed by Wargaming. Actor, producer, businessman and former…

Booker T’s Liquid Deep record label nominated for a Grammy Award

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1 December 2021

Booker T’s Liquid Deep record label nominated for a Grammy Award

Producer, DJ and MN2S Label Services client Booker T has been nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Remix Recording. Booker T…

How TikTok is changing the music industry forever

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30 November 2021

How TikTok is changing the music industry forever

The last 24 months have clearly been a difficult time for many businesses, including those in the music industry. However, as social…

NFTs are reinventing the music industry

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29 November 2021

NFTs are reinventing the music industry

Find out about how this revolutionary technology is reinventing the music industry before our eyes. The music industry has been inextricably linked to technology since the discovery of sound recording in 1877. Technological innovations have influenced how music is made, played, saved, distributed, and enjoyed, from the first discs to streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, from the birth of record changing to the rise of modern electronic sound. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) swept the music industry this year. Hundreds of singers and musicians, including artists like Grimes and iconic bands like the Rolling Stones, were drawn to the new technology. Some of these artists have made millions of dollars by selling tokenized versions of their tunes, digital art, or bundles of virtual and real-world products. NFTs and fan tokens have the potential to completely transform the music industry. We are witnessing a significant and long-lasting shift in how musicians create music and interact with their fans. We may let the early figures speak for themselves using NFTs. “Even if I upload the full version of the contained song to DSPs globally (which I can still do), I would never make even close to $10k, including costs from DSPs, label, marketing, and so on,” Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda recently tweeted. There isn’t much that can’t be tokenized. Music tracks, artwork, text, apps, files, and even physical objects like concert tickets or one-of-a-kind goods can all be accompanied with their own NFTs, allowing artists and content creators to provide new experiences to their audiences. The release of Kings…

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