Hot Youtube music is here! Now you can find all the music you need in one place. I know how hard it is to get outside of the music collection that you have have. I have been stuck on Kanye West and Outkast or way to long. Eventually you have to say enough is enough! You need something new. That’s where we come in Hot Youtube Music is set up to showcase some of the best hard to find youtube music. If you have been listening to the same artists for the last 3 years with no updates to your collection it is time for a change! You are in the right place! it doesn’t matter what you music preference here you can find something for everybody.
Here is the question of the century. Should you go to school for what you love? The obvious answer of course is yes! Going to school for video production or going to school for music production can help you provide a gateway to the most rewarding career you can imagine. So why wouldn’t you do that? Well there are a variety of pitfalls that you can fall into. The first of which being the incredible amount of debt that you can find yourself in after completing school and the lack of secure job placement opportunities that may present themselves to you to help pay off this large amount of debt. Lets start with some of the positive sides of going to school for music production and video production. First of all you are getting closer to your dreams. The relationships and networks that your school can provide for you are the most important tool that the school can offer. Look at NYU film school for example, the alumni from NYU film school are probably unparallelled in the the industry. The best part is is that these alumni love NYU and would love to do anything to help the current students and new graduates. This is an amazing resource. Schools for music industry like Northeastern have the same alumni opportunities. Northeastern even provides you with internship opportunities with major record labels while you are in school. Its now up to you what you do with them. Furthermore the skills that you will learn in class are something that you will carry on with you for the rest of your life. The classroom provides a focused learning environment and forces you to be learn. The professors that you will meet have real world experience that is going to be invaluable to your education and progression as an artist.
Now lets talk a little bit about the downsides of the pursuing your career in music or video. First of all unless your parents are going to take of you you are going to find yourself in a large amount of debt. A really large amount of debt. Like Harvard debt. Problem is you are not going to be guaranteed a high paying job like you are going to get with a Harvard education. But you are following your dreams right so who cares! You gotta do what you gotta do!
My advice is just make sure that you really want to go into the field that you are studying. If you really want to go to make films and that is all you have a passion for then go to school for it. Just make sure you are 100% sure in your desires. The same holds true for music. The opportunities are great but think about the opportunities that you could provide for yourself without going into such large amounts of debt. The internet now provides the best opportunity for you with resources such as Youtube you can get your music or videos to an audience all over the world. If you have original youtube music videos of your own version of popular songs you can get millions of views from your bedroom. This is how Justin Beiber and many other artists have gotten there start. The tools for making films and music independently have gotten cheaper as well. You can purchase everything you need for a fraction of what the education would cost you and then teach yourself how to use it. The information is there on the internet so you should try to take advantage of it.
Now I am not saying that you should not go to school for you music and film I am just saying there is a lot to consider when you are making the decision. I hope my opinion can help you with your decision.
A new song by the Brooklyn based artist Siya. I had the pleasure of meeting Siya last march when I saw her perform live. She came through with a live band and KILLED IT. Been a fan since.
A subtle remix of a classic song. I used to bump this heavy in the 7th grade. Its funny at the time I didn’t realize I was listening to some classic hip hop music.