Putting A Famous Artist On Your Song

Lavatory Records

This is why we always tell our up and coming artists, to not get lured into the trap of paying for a feature!

This is a must read for all the frustrated artists who are still finding their sound.

Wendy Day

By, Wendy Day

Imagine that you are an unknown struggling artist. Young Thug is in town performing and you have the ability to offer him a few thousand dollars to come by the studio and drop a quick 16 bars. Your cousin knows Akon and said for $80k he’ll sing the hook on your song, you just have to send him the money and the ProTools session. BG went to jail and his boy has some verses for sale to keep money flowing to him while he’s locked down. You’d like very much to have Young Thug, Akon, or BG on a song with you. But it’s not as simple as just having the money to pay for that feature…

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