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When Supply Outstrips Demand



When No longer Actual Artwork co-hosts Guy One and Scott Energy got here in combination, they introduced with them all kinds of revel in and more than a few ranges of attainment within the visible verbal exchange house. Coming from other backgrounds—Guy One with the natural fresh fantastic artwork background and Scott steeped within the company business artwork and advertising facet—they knew instantly they’d make a perfect workforce. 

When they met, Guy One owned and ran a gallery, and Scott had a minor phase in that operation. From that preliminary collaboration, they evolved a shared ethos targeted at the following questions:

How will we lend a hand artists?
How will we rejoice and lift artists?
What do artists in point of fact want to achieve success?

Says Scott:

“Now and again, artists assume they know, however oftentimes, they in point of fact don’t. And we’re smug sufficient to assume that we in fact know higher. One of the crucial issues we’ve all the time spotted is that artists in point of fact want lend a hand telling their tale and selling their paintings. The problem is that provide outstrips call for—there’s far more artwork in the market than call for for it. So, how are we able to stoke call for for artwork and storytelling within the leisure media? In our view, it is a nice strategy to lend a hand artists in a significant manner.”

Guy One chimes in:

“We’ve recognized each and every different for the reason that early 2000s. Scott is at first from the Chicago space, and he had signed up for a convention I used to be talking at however couldn’t make. So sooner or later, he simply rang me to mention he used to be in point of fact excited about what I used to be doing. I used to be running with a large number of manufacturers on the time and as a graffiti artist in LA as I attempted to get my artwork in the market and do stuff for manufacturers. We started running in combination, and the whole thing roughly simply developed. We mainly turned into brothers the day we met. It used to be only a herbal development.” 

In its ten years, the Crewest Gallery produced 100 presentations representing 2000 artists from 20 nations. Even supposing it used to be an out of this world revel in for Guy One and Scott, there got here a second when it used to be transparent that it had served its goal. 

Guy One sought after to get again to his artwork, and Scott sought after to get again to his roots via offering ingenious services and products for manufacturers. So, they closed the gallery in 2012, and the 2 mentioned how they may stay the ethos, and the team, alive. 

Thus, Crewest Studio—a full-service ingenious company—used to be born. The fellows started running with manufacturers once more and extra intently with artists. Drawing on their life of connections and wonderful community of artists, they learned they may attach the dots in attention-grabbing tactics, which led them down the art-licensing highway, the place they started representing artists as licensing brokers. 

Having known that they and their “team” of artists are a part of the $2T ingenious financial system and that artists are underserved via mass media, they made up our minds to begin a media corporate as the root for his or her branding paintings. They’ve a imaginative and prescient for turning into the go-to media corporate—a depended on vacation spot for individuals who paintings within the arts from a media viewpoint.

Says Scott: 

“For those who’re a sports activities fan, regardless of which game, you pass to ESPN to scratch that itch. What in the event you’re an artistic? Somebody within the ingenious arts—an artist, arts fanatic, or someone who is solely in point of fact excited about creativity—the place do you pass? We concept we is usually a participant in that house.” 

Over time, those ingenious collaborators have engaged in such deep telephone dialog with each and every different about subjects starting from one finish of the spectrum to the opposite that either one of their other halves commented on how they communicate an excessive amount of. They indisputably weren’t going to close up, despite the fact that, so naturally, they made up our minds to begin a podcast. A couple of years in the past, once they started taking a look on the medium, they turned into occupied with serving to produce a pair presentations. However on the finish of the day, the ones presentations weren’t their very own… and that’s once they introduced No longer Actual Artwork.

What’s in point of fact cool is that No longer Actual Artwork isn’t with reference to a podcast. Scott and Guy One sought after to create an ecosystem of symbiotic systems that supported one some other, thereby making a virtuous cycle. Integrated into the emblem is each their artist grant program in addition to an artist’s convention, which paintings in live performance with the podcast.

Guy One says:

“When Scott got here up with the speculation for No longer Actual Artwork, I liked it straight away. I stated, ‘That’s it… that’s the identify. Let’s do it!’ I informed him that I need to stay doing it so long as it’s a laugh. As soon as it begins turning into paintings, I don’t need to do it anymore. 

“Scott does the entire prep paintings, modifying, and the entire laborious stuff. I simply display up and riff off the highest of my head, bringing no matter I’ve… which isn’t a lot, from time to time, but it surely makes for a laugh conversations.” 

The No longer Actual Artwork podcast mirrors the fellows’ phone conversations in that they speak about the whole thing tradition, track, and artwork beneath the umbrella in their revel in being artists and rising up within the artwork tradition, the place the whole thing strikes 100 miles in step with hour. 

Says Scott:

“After all, we didn’t know what we didn’t know! We were given excited, went to Guitar Middle, and my spouse noticed a $500 rate for a podcasting equipment come via in actual time. She jumped at the telephone to invite why I used to be purchasing stuff from that retailer. I merely stated, ‘We’re beginning a podcast.’” 

122 episodes later, it’s been a perfect trip. Those pals have discovered so much and helped a large number of artists within the procedure. All they do is set empowering artists…. serving to them be informed the issues they weren’t taught in artwork college whilst giving them a possibility to community, develop, and be informed from a trade viewpoint. 

Scott and Guy One rejoice, empower, and lift artists—even and particularly the ones whose paintings could be judged erroneously as “No longer Actual Artwork.” 


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GRAMMY Award nominee Cory Asbury releases live Studio Sessions video “Only Jesus For My Pain”




Grammy Nominee Corey Asbury

Multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY Award nominee Cory Asbury releases the live Studio Sessions video for “Only Jesus For My Pain.” The track is from his highly-anticipated fifth studio album, Pioneer, via BEC Recordings, which dropped last week (Sept 15).

Pioneer is my most personal record to date,” shares Cory. “Every song comes from a deep place and carries a part of my story, from childhood to today. Vulnerable, honest and from the heart– every song speaks to what it means to be human– the highs, lows and everything in between. I hope this album meets you where you’re at today.”

On September 27th, Asbury will perform a very special record release show at City National Grove of Anaheim. Following that performance, Asbury will embark on the Texas Takeover Tour with special guest Brennley Brown. The nine-city headline tour will kick off in Houston on November 2nd and make its way across Texas before wrapping in Kilgore on November 12th. Tickets for Asbury’s record release show and the Texas Takeover Tour are now on sale HERE


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Adele’s Agent Lucy Dickins Receives Prestigious U.K.’s Music Industry Trusts Award ~ 20 years after her Uncle Rob Dickins




WME’s global head of contemporary music and touring will take home the same award that her uncle, Rob Dickins, received 20 years ago. 

Lucy Dickins, the highly respected agent of Adele, Mumford & Sons and Olivia Rodrigo who serves as global head of contemporary music and touring at William Morris Endeavor (WME), has been named this year’s recipient of the U.K.’s Music Industry Trusts Award (MITS). 

Dickins — whose clients also include Stormzy, Rex Orange County, SAULT, Little Simz, James Blake, Jamie T, Hot Chip, Bryan Ferry, Mabel and Laura Marling — will receive the award on Nov. 6 at a gala ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. The event will benefit U.K. charities the BRIT Trust and Nordoff Robbins. 


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“I’m truly humbled by this recognition and honoured by the many colleagues and clients I’ve gotten to work with throughout my career and at WME,” Dickins said in a statement.  

MITS Award committee co-chair Toby Leighton-Pope said Dickins’ “impact on the industry is undeniable and her contributions continue to shape the industry landscape.”  

Dickins regularly appears on Billboard’s Women in Music, International Power Players and Power 100 lists. 

Previous recipients of the annual MITS award include Lucian Grainge, Ahmet Ertegun, Simon Cowell, Michael Eavis, Elton John & Bernie Taupin, Annie Lennox, Roger Daltrey, Rob Stringer, Emma Banks, broadcaster and DJ Pete Tong and Dickins’ uncle, legendary British music executive Rob Dickins. Last year’s MITS award was given to entrepreneur Jamal Edwards, who had died earlier in the year at the age of 31. It was the first posthumous award given in the event’s 32-year history.   

Dickins relocated to WME’s Beverly Hills office from London last year after being promoted to global head of contemporary music and touring at the agency, making her the first woman to lead a talent agency’s music division. Her responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of the agency’s contemporary live business.

Last year, Adele played two sold-out shows at London’s BST Hyde Park Festival in front of 130,000 fans. That was followed by her delayed Las Vegas residency, which began in November and has been extended to wrap this fall. In total, WME’s music division says it booked more than 40,000 live dates in 2022.  

Prior to joining WME in 2019 — initially as head of its U.K. music division — Dickins spent more than 20 years at International Booking Talent (ITB), the London-based agency that was founded in 1978 by her father Barry Dickins and his business partner Rod MacSween.  

Dickins’ lineage in the music business goes back to her grandfather, Percy Dickins, who created the weekly magazine New Music Express (NME). Her uncle Rob Dickins served as chairman of Warner Music UK for 15 years, while her brother, Jonathan Dickins, is chief executive of September Management, which counts Adele, Glass Animals and producer Rick Rubin among its clients.  

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2023 SESAC Latina Music Awards Big Winners Eden Muñoz, Lenny Tavárez & More . . .




Yahritza Martinez, of sibling trio Yahritza Y Su Esencia, was honored with the first-ever Breakthrough songwriter of the year.

Edén Muñoz and Lenny Tavárez were among the top winners at the annual SESAC Latina Music Awards, which took place Tuesday (June 27) at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.

Both were honored as songwriter of the year at the ceremony where, for the third year in a row, the top award was presented in two categories: Regional Mexican and pop/ Latin rhythm.

For a fourth year in a row, Muñoz was awarded songwriter of the year for regional Mexican thanks to a number of songs he wrote for fellow artists such as Pepe Aguilar and Christian Nodal. Muñoz’s ” ¡ Chale! “winner for regional Mexican song of the year, had scored him his first No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart as a soloist following his departure from Calibre 50.

” I want to thank my wife and my children,” said a visibly emotional Muñoz. “This is for my children. Here’s the answer to their question of why Daddy isn’t home. Because he’s here, writing songs.”

Meanwhile, Tavárez– who’s written hits for Karol G, Blessd and Justin Quiles– was named songwriter of the year in pop/Latin rhythm for co-penning Anitta‘s global hit song “Envolver.” The reggaeton track, which won pop/Latin rhythm song of the year– peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Global Excl. US chart in April 2022. And while it may seem as an “only Anitta” track, given her signature moves around it, Tavarez performed it as part of an exciting five-track set that highlighted his versatility and beautiful voice.

” I’m saying this with a lot of respect for men, but my career changed thanks to women,” said Tavarez in picking up his award and dedicating it to his mother, wife and daughter. “And, I also dedicate it to two very special women. Karol G, you changed my life and allowed me to be part of La Bichota. The other one is Anitta. Thank you to Annite and her team for allowing me to be part of the story as a composer.”




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Special awards were handed out as well. SESAC Latina’s first-ever breakthrough songwriter of the year was given to Yahritza Martinez, frontwoman of the sibling trio Yahritza Y Su Esencia. Leila Cobo, Billboard’s Chief Content Officer for Latin and Español, was on hand to deliver the award.

The 16-year-old Martinez made chart history as the youngest Latin performer to enter the Billboard Hot 100 when the group’s debut single “Soy El Único” debuted at No. 20 last year. She’s also just one of the two women (the other being Karol G) who have reached No. 1 on the Latin Songwriters chart. “This is definitely not a one-hit wonder,” said Cobo. “You have depth, craft, talent and magic.”

Producer of the year went to Federico Vindver, who’s worked with artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony and, most recently, Christina Aguilera for her Spanish-language album Aguilera, which was nominated for album of the year at the Latin Grammys 2022. Additionally, the award for publisher of the year in regional Mexican went to recently-launched company EMC Lyrics, and Sony Sounds was named pop/Latin rhythm’s publisher of the year for the eighth consecutive year.

” Thanks again to an amazing team,” said Jorge Mejia, president/CEO of Sony Music Publishing Latin America. “But, at the end of the day, this award isn’t ours. It belongs to all the composers who wake up every morning to write songs. You make the world turn.”

See the winners list below:

Songwriter of the Year:
Regional Mexican– Eden Muñoz
Pop/Latin Rhythm– Lenny Tavárez

Song of the Year:
Regional Mexican– ” ¡ Chale!” by Eden Muñoz
Pop/Latin Rhythm– “Envolver” by Lenny Tavárez

Publisher of the Year:
Regional Mexican– EMC Lyrics
Pop/Latin Rhythm– Sony Sounds

Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year:
Yahritza Martinez

Producer of the Year:
Federico Vindver

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