*For every upcoming artist that wants to have their talent discovered, pushed, and awarded, then “SlowBucks.TV” is the gateway to helping you into the industry.
Entertainment executives, Windsor “Slow” Lubin and Rodney “Bucks” Charlemagne has developed the social networking site to give new artists the chance to showcase their musical talents and be assisted with their craft.
Slow is the former marketing consultant for Skull Gang Entertainment/E1 Entertainment (formerly Koch Records). He got his start in the industry as 50 Cent’s road assistant while Bucks got his start in the industry as an artist and repertoire (A&R) for music producer DJ Whoo Kid’s debut mix tape, “Bad Season.”
“We’re around a lot of people who have interest getting into the music industry and we created this site to help people get their future started,” Slow stated. “SlowBucks.TV” has created a big fan base from current top notch artists such as, Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent, Jadakiss, Snoop Dogg and R&B singers, Lloyd and Iyaz. They even expanded out to NBA players Wilson Chandler of the New York Knicks and Tim Thomas of the Dallas Mavericks whom are all supportive of the site and what it is providing for independent urban artists.
The site covers various areas of the industry from its artist development section where “SlowBucks.TV” offers online workshops and seminars to people who want to learn more about marketing, being a DJ and music production. In addition, a reality series section will be offered to members and fans where they can get an inside look at the hectic lives of Slow and Bucks and what they do on a daily basis.
“We are assisting the artists who already have the recognition in the industry but we want to help artists who have fewer resources as far as starting a career in this industry,” said Bucks.
The site is not provided to just rappers; if you want to sing, make videos, or anything from understanding the behind the scenes work to the production, “SlowBucks.TV” is here to help.
Although fans can log in to the site for free, Slowbucks.TV doesn’t offer their services to just anyone. Members will have to pay a one-time fee of $99 in order to log on and participate. The $99 investment comes along with an opportunity for a huge return – a chance at winning $100,000 each quarter for the artist with the most fan votes within each region of the U.S.
Slow and Bucks both have a determined mindset to make this site very helpful to upcoming artists and they really feel that the site will have a much success.
“In a couple years, “SlowBucks.TV” will be on top and helping more artists,” Slow said. “We will be helping more people get started with their lives,” Bucks added.
To check out the promo video for the site, go to: www.slowbucks.tv