Every aspiring artist needs to know how to make it in the industry. It’s not just who you know, but what you know and how you apply what you know that counts these days.
Dave House (a music industry veteran) seeks to teach aspiring artists how to play the music game. In his book, “Street Rules In The Office-The Beginners Guide to Focus in the Music Biz,” House give performers a blue print for navigating the shark waters of the music business.
House, who worked in promotions for 9 years at Interscope Records, reveals many of the unwritten rules that (he claims) you can follow to achieve your entertainment dreams.
Check the synopsis:
There (are) several unwritten code(s) of ethics that can unknowingly stagnate the process of…achiev(ing) expectations in the industry. These unwritten rules cannot be taught in any music business course where the professor only has the ability to cover the numbers and the vocabulary…that make(s) music function as a business.
How does one become connected without prior connections?
How does one gain experience without having any experience in the field of choice?
How does one deal with working in what can be an intimidating environment without folding under the pressure?
These questions are answered with detail in nine chapters that make up Street Rules in the Office: The Beginner’s Guide to Focus in the Music Biz.
PEEP VIDEO OF HOUSE DISCUSSING HIS BOOK AND EXPLAINING SOME OF THE CONCEPTS WITHIN IT BELOW:
Dave House spits Game for you hustlers grindin’ for the top. Cop your copy of the book now for $12.99 here.
Just remember, along with all that Game, you better have some talent!