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Amazon Music Names Industry Veteran Phylicia Fant As Head Of Music Industry Partnerships

Another day and another win for industry veteran Phylicia Fant! Amazon Music recently announced Fant will join the team as Head of Music Industry Partnerships. Under the newly created role, Phylicia Fant will be responsible for recognizing and managing strategic music partnerships in addition to cross-entertainment campaigns for the company, Variety reports. Fant will work at the company’s headquarters in Culver City and will report to the vice president of the music industry Ryan Redington. Prior to Fant being named the new Head of Music Industry Partnerships, she worked at Sony Music’s Columbia Records. During her time at the company, she worked alongside artists such as Lil Nas X, the Kid Laroi, Polo G, 24KGoldn, Joey Bada$$, Lil TJay, Leon Bridges, and Chloe X Halle. In addition, she also had a role at Warner Bros. Records for nearly eight years. She climbed her way to the top and worked alongside Prince, Andra Day, Jason Derulo, Gary Clark Jr., Drake’s OVO Sound, Gucci Mane,...

Samantha Dorisca

Mar 3, 2022

According To T-Pain, This Is What It Takes For Artists To Earn $1 From Streaming Giants

If “for your information” was a person, it might as well be T-Pain (at least in this case). On Dec. 29, the musical genius took to Twitter to share how many streams an artist has to rack up to profit one dollar. Just so you know…… pic.twitter.com/t8m3PerxT9 — T-Pain (@TPAIN) December 29, 2021 According to his post, Napster pays artists more money per stream with 53 plays per one dollar payout, and YouTube music ranked last with 1,250 plays per one dollar payout. The chart also claimed that collecting one dollar in royalties requires 78 streams for streaming giant TIDAL, 128 for Apple Music, 156 for Deezer , 249 for Amazon Music, 315 for Spotify, and 752 for Pandora.

Samantha Dorisca

Dec 30, 2021

'Amazon Music For Artists' Mobile App is Now Live

Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud, and Apple Music have launched programs to better serve the artists who release music on their platforms. Now, Amazon Music is doing the same by giving artists easy access to their metrics. On Friday (Mar. 13), the music streaming platform launched “Amazon Music For Artists,” a mobile app that allows artists and their teams to understand their business, reports Variety . Artists can instantly know how Amazon’s 55 million customers engage with their music. The newly-launched app shows streaming performance data into an artist’s audience. Additionally, artists can also tap into the companion website that shows best practices and other resources to help artists navigate success. The new program is full of features that extend to Amazon products as well. Artists can review a report called the “Daily Voice Index.” It shows how their music is voice requested on Alexa and on curated playlists and stations by artist, album, song or lyric. The data updates every...

Niki McGloster

Mar 14, 2020