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Nadia Batson’s Doing The Most in Covid19, and She’s Winning.

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In August, Nadia embarked on the YouTube journey. Together with longtime friend and fellow band member, Ms. Alysha, the singer/songwriter and all round creative, let her hair down, threw all inhibition out the door and opened up to fans and friends from all over the world, sharing her views on relationships and life in general.

With big laughs and unapologetic honesty, Batson and Ms. Alysha, in a month of shared content, have given fans another piece of engagement that could very well be the way forward for an industry that’s been hindered by a sudden pandemic that’s forced a digital awakening. One thing’s for sure, Nadia’s making the best of it all!

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Synthdicate Music Seals Distribution Deal with Tuff Gong As Covid-19 Triggers Digital Wave.

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These days as the music world looks to streaming platforms to strengthen monetisation efforts, since most outdoor events across the world have been restricted due to Covid-19, Caribbean music producers and artists are effecting strategic moves to circumvent the pandemic as well.

One US based production powerhouse has joined forces with The Marley’s, Tuff Gong International Distribution to get two of their records distributed to the streaming platforms and into the cars, homes and wherever their audiences choose to listen and enjoy. “We’ve completed a distribution deal with Tuff Gong International distribution. We relaunched two of the reggae projects that we’d previously done, those being the High Rise riddim and the Rankin Skankin riddim. They both feature Trinidad and Tobago’s Isasha,” said Victor Wells, best known as DJ Future of Sythdicate Records.

Chatting with Ebuzztt, Wells explained that the music will be distributed to streaming platforms inclusive of Spotify, Apple Music, Rhapsody, Vivo, Google Play, Groove, Shazam, KK Box, Pandora, YouTube and others with the potential to earn revenue with the anticipation of increased streams and downloads.

HOW DOES STREAMING EARN ARTISTES MONEY?

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