Getting into the Music Industry has never been an easy task to say the least.
It’s always been “90% business, and only 10% talent.” Most up-and-coming musicians don’t understand how it works, so they never achieve their goals and are often taken advantage of by shady companies preying on naive artists.
Fortunately, an eager startup is seeking to change that. Created by former 97.9 The Beat – Dallas radio promoter Naheem “Farlin Ave” Houston, 7 Star Dreams is a unique web-based platform that uses patent pending technology to help aspiring artists succeed in the Music Business in 7-steps (without a Major Label). For a one-time, flat fee, artists can get their hands on an easy-to-read, customized strategy that tells them how to build their brand and market their music—based on their needs.
The founder, Farlin Ave (formerly known as the artist Yung B from Farlin), was the first to prove that the system actually worked. His debut single “Shittin’ on the Game” was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Jayson “Koko” Bridges of Basement Beats. The song later gained placement on the mixtape “This That Southern Smoke Vol. 2” hosted by T.I. & DJ Smallz, reaching over 420,000 fans.
7 Star Dreams is the first of its kind and is based in St. Louis, MO. Since the web platforms launch in 2013, over 140 musicians have signed up. The site’s new design makes it easier for musicians to submit their music and get their very own 7 Star Dreams strategy in just 48 hours. For more information, visit www.7stardreams.com.