J.Scott Tip: Professionalism


Posted by J.Scott |


We can only assume that the main goal for most of the artists on our site is to make it to the mainstream one day. That’s great. We want you to graduate from our site. We want more Hall Of Fame members. But moving on to the mass outlets is going to require a great deal of professionalism, respect, and class. But why wait? Start now.

Please, contact us the same way you would any other professionals at any other point in your career. The messages that say “Check yo email!” or “How I get dis musik to you bruh?”… lose those. And don’t just send us a link with no message. Establish a relationship. We’re people. And we respond to everyone.

Implement that, and take it with you for the rest of your career. The respect will always be returned.

- J.Scott

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