Monday, February 11, 2019

(Video clip) from episode 44 of "The LABL Podcast"



Detroit MC, and host of The LABL Podcast; Nametag Alexander chops it up with, Music Producer, also Brother, Black Bethoven about if there ever would be an Independent Music Artist Stock Exchange. The concept came about via a Facebook status post from Jesse Atkinson of Urban Threshold. Hear the full audio of this episode HERE.

Video footage provided by @Kid_Smurf17

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Ep. 44: The LABL Podcast - "Work. Win. Repeat." (ft. Black Bethoven)



A lot of good independent music talk covered in this episode featuring Music producer, engineer and also Nametag's older Brother, Black Bethoven. Nametag confirms why he had the original release of their collab project, "Hello Victory" removed from music streaming platforms, only to later re issue it via Soul Spazm Digital (shoutout to DJ Soko). Black Bethoven speaks to the importance of brands having longevity, and why Independent musicians must network offline as well. The convo gets even more interesting, when Nametag mentions a Facebook status from Jesse Atkinson (of Urban Threshold) speaking on looking to start an Independent Music Artist Stock Exchange. The re issue of "Hello Victory"  is available now on all major platforms to stream and buy music. Work. Win. Repeat. 

Intro music prod. by Nameless
"Work. Win. Repeat" Merch
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Friday, February 8, 2019

"Work. Win. Repeat." #HELLOVICTORY T - Shirts Available Now

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Nametag Alexander's re issue of "Hello Victory" with two additional tracks, is available now on all digital service providers, included but not limited to iTunes/Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal and more.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Work. Win. Repeat. "Hello Victory" Is Here!

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"Hello Victory" finds veteran emcee Nametag Alexander celebrating accomplishment and lamenting over lessons learned on the road to success. He does so over production that is never crowded, but instead filled to the brim with hard drums, lush backing vocals and inspired lyricism thanks to executive producer and multi-instrumentalist Black Bethoven. Did we mention that they’re brothers too? With his family in tow, you can hear the confidence in his voice as Nametag Alexander retells the makings of his career with an intimacy that is yet to be paralleled when compared to his own work. From the blue collar to the boardroom, Hello Victory is a win for all.

Press Release written by Dean Garcia