BNice is currently preparing for a new release for 2018.
BNice first made the news in the Rap music blogosphere when he was featured in rapper, 50 Cent’s popular website in 2014 after a video of an alleged altercation involving Miami Hip-Hop performer Nino Brown of DJ Khaled’s We_the_Best_Music_Group started to make it’s appearance on a number of local Miami websites. This video is rumored to be the reason why DJ Khaled dropped Nino Brown from his We The Best Music Group Imprint. The details and atmosphere surrounding that incident lead to BNice cutting off most of his ties with Nino Brown and many of the well-known Hip-Hop industry performers and producers who were based in Miami, Florida at the time. Before working with Nino Brown and another We The Best Music Group Artist, known as Ace Hood, BNice formed his own production and publishing company, On Top Paid Productions (ASCAP),(SESAC)(BMI). www.otpmia.com
Back in July 2014 we were shocked to find out we were rated “Best Radio Station” by the Miami New Times. We like what they had to say and we hope you do to. You can read and comment on the full article here.
Here’s an example of how we break records in Miami. This video is from December of 2012 and the leak appeared on over 100 websites. A leak that was recorded directly from our broadcast. We broadcast live almost every day. Check our twitter feed for updates and info. Post your comment here for more info and questions.
A street team campaign in the right places and underground radio in the right market can turn your unknown song into a worldwide hit almost over night. The proof is right here.
Back in 2010 we were featured in a Miami New Times article as Miami’s best alternative for urban music after the demise of popular Clear Channel owned station 103.5FM DA-BEAT. Click here to read the full article.
It would be hard to accuse DJ Khaled of forgetting his undergroud radio roots.
We were surprised to see DJ Khaled’s signature Rolls Royce Phantom pull up to our front door. DJ Khaled stayed around for interviews and questions from local aspiring independent artists and promoted his album. We still have much love for DJ Khaled but it’ s not often we get to see him. A lot has changed since 2008. Follow us on on Twitter for more updates@DadeCountyRadio
As a former independent artist I know all too well the frustration that comes with getting music heard on major radio. However, there is good news. The music industry has been going through major changes since 1999 and this has resulted in independent artists getting almost the same exposure as an artist signed to a major label. It’s not free exposure but it’s cheaper than you might think. If you are in love with making music and would do it for free then you are definitely on your way to success if you take our advice and experience into consideration. If you are only doing it for the money then it’s going to be a frustrating experience. Make sure you are in it for the right reasons.
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Today the non-profit digital performance rights organization SoundExchange announced it has paid out more than $1 billion in digital royalties to artists and labels since its inception in 2003. SoundExchange collects royalties from streaming music providers—including Sirius XM, Pandora and those channels way at the back of your cable lineup that only play music—and passes them along to artists, both signed and unsigned.
“This milestone reflects the fact that the digital music industry is evolving and will continue to grow,” said SoundExchange president Michael Huppe in a statement. “We’re optimistic about where the music industry is headed and see opportunity for SoundExchange to help both creators and digital music services thrive.”
Of the billion dollars paid out by SoundExchange over the past decade, more than one-tenth has been distributed in recent months. The organization doled out a total of $108.6 million in royalties during the first quarter of 2012, marking the first time distributions exceeded $100 million in a single quarter. SoundExchange cites enhanced data management and improved technology platforms for the change.
The U.S. Copyright Office has designated SoundExchange the sole administrative entity for collecting digital royalties, but not everyone knows that yet. Tens of millions of dollars in digital royalties still sit unclaimed, despite the organization’s best efforts to contact artists. “They think we’re a Nigerian email scam,” a spokesperson once said.
Any musician or copyright holder can sign up for SoundExchange. Anyone hoping to receive royalties must send in a W-8 or W-9 form and government-issued identification. All of this can be done via email, snail mail, or fax (more info here).