Oct 16, 2020 at 19:00 UTC.Grammy-winning recording artist RAC explores the business of music and how crypto experiments could shift the balance of power.
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Today's Breakdown is a conversation with Andre Anjos - aka RAC, a Grammy Award-winning recording artist and music entrepreneur.
Starting the "Remix Artist Collective" as a business.
The challenges and trade-offs of working with major labels.
How the music industry beat back technology innovation where other industries failed.
How NFTs, tokens and other crypto innovations are opening up truly free markets for music and culture.
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RAC on the First Truly Free Markets for Music and Culture
Published on Oct 16, 2020
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