Power 98 Presents The “Future Flavas Music Summit 2012″
Last year we gave you the Basics! And this year, it’s time to get it Working!
Power 98 presents the
Future Flavas Music Summit: Taking It To The Next Level
Saturday, June 16th
The Blake Hotel
Doors Open at 10:00 AM
Have you ever wondered how to get your music played on the radio? Or how to brand and market your music to the people?
This is your Opportunity to hear from radio managers, record executives, producers, studio production masters, and even from local artists like yourself who’ve taken steps to get themselves and their music into the game.
Hear from artists and producers like Kenny Lattimore, Kevin McCall, LET Record Executives, Bill Evans, Def Jam Records, Juliette Jones, RCA Records, and others teach you about marketing and promoting your music. Radio executives Terri Avery and Deon Cole will give you guidelines on how to get your music played on the radio.
Don’t miss out or else you’ll be left out! This is a Music Summit that you’ll come out being a winner!
Hear it first hand from the experts and participants from last year’s show about how you can take your career to the next level!
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! $20 in Advance and $25 at the Door.
Don’t Stay Local…Get Ready To Go International!!!
*The Blake Hotel is located at 555 South McDowell Street in Charlotte, NC 28204
Attention Talent Search Contestants!
Power 98 is hosting our Future Flavas Music Summit Talent Search starting Friday, June 1st at Club 935, on 935 Summit Ave. We‘re looking for the best unsigned Hip Hop talent, competition begins at 8p with the winner competing in the finals Friday, June 15. Call 704.334.4935 for details.
The Top 3 Finalists from the June 1st and the June 8th competition will be competing in the finals on Friday, June 15th, at 935!
THE BASICS: 11a-12:15 –
Getting the paperwork in order
What are the Lawyers purpose
Do lawyers get you signed
What are the normal cost for a lawyer
When should you start looking for a lawyer
Publishing – BMI, ASCAP, SECEC
Panel: Yasmin Young – WPEG Radio Personality Moderator
Jeff Dixon – Disturbing Tha Peace
Mike – R&B Recording Artist (Day 26)
Alonzo Alston – Entertainment Lawyer, McAlpine PLLC
Bellanora McCallum – Entertainment Lawyer, McCallum Law Firm
Charles Whitfield –
PRODUCTION: 12:30pm – 1:45pm
Mix & Mastering
Do you need a top producer
Equipment – do you need top notch
At home studio vs. commercial studio
Following the trend do’s & don’t
How to get into songwriting
What are the elements of production
Picking the right song/track
Panel: Chris Clay – Nu Soul Productions – Moderator
Bruce Irvine – GYB Entertainment, Production & Engineering
The Perfextionist – Producers, Columbia SC
Paul Lawrence –
Kevin McCall – RCA Recording Artist
Mr. Collipark – Producer (worked with Lil Jon, Ying Yang Twins, Soulja Boy, Hurricane Chris, V.I.C and more)
Promotion: 2pm – 3:15pm
Management – What is their role/importance?
A&R – Who they are, What they look for, How do you contact them
How long does it take?
What do labels look for?
Does it take a lot of money?
Panel: Arnold Taylor – South Coast Marketing – Moderator
Bill Evans – VP of Promotions Def Jam Records
Craig Davis – VP of Promotions EMI/Capitol Records
Juliette Jones – VP of Promotions
Nathan Price – Reverbnation
Latitia Taylor – Crownworld Entertainment, Mother of Jacob Lattimore
Tony Wallace – Sony/Columbia Records
Kenny Lattimore – R&B Recording Artist
Radio: 3:30pm – 4:45pm
Mix Jock influence
What does radio look for
Understanding how radio works
Is radio your first or last step
How to promote to radio
Knowing your audience
Terri Avery – Operations Manager/Program director-Moderator
Deon Cole – APD/MD WPEG-FM
Joshua Medlock – Mediabase 24/7
Terry Base – Program Director – WWWZ-FM, Charleston, SC