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Promoting yourself as a music producer has become an absolute necessity nowadays. Whether online or offline, selling music is a challenge for most music producers. They fail to realize that creating a strong brand is the first step toward success, and selling your music is simply an outcome.

People will buy your products regardless of what you sell if they trust your brand and believe in it.

For example, Apple users trust the company, so they are willing to spend more on Apple’s additional services, applications, and accessories.

If you want to support yourself as a music producer, building a trusted business is crucial. In this post, we show you how, so let’s get to it.


As a music producer, you’re a business. Branding is the process of giving your company a face. As a producer, how you come across your audience says a lot about you and affects their decision to collaborate with you.

Take the time to think about and plan your brand before you let the market do it for you. The perception of your company will be what you want it to be in this way. It must be strategic and planned. Learn how to make your business stand out from the competition in a positive way.

As a business you must figure out the following:

What Makes You Special? 

Clearly state the benefits you provide to your clients. Describe your company’s advantages over rivals and why customers should work with you. Decide on the quality of your goods, services, customer care, reliability, etc.

Don’t try to be everything to everyone. Instead, focus on what you do best and how your expertise benefits clients. Use that as the foundation of your primary brand message.

Determine Your Markets of Interest

Identify the needs and wants of your consumers, as well as those of your target market. Ask customers what services they need and why they require these services. Be sure to provide them with details about what you can offer them and how your company may help meet their needs.

Every beginning business needs lots of attention to help that business sustain itself. Running a startup is hard because they are also extra things you must do to help push the business forward. Below are a few!

In no particular order, here are some tips to help you promote yourself this 2023


Avoid becoming a music producer without an online presence; that’s a terrible business in and of itself.

Having an online presence will expand your fanbase, as you’ll have access to people from other continents and countries who are either in need of your services or who fall into the same category as you. You can freely express your art on your website. You can use other people’s platforms for exposure. 

Learn one of the ways to use social media to better your business here:

If you want to monetize your services, products, or music, you might want to hire an expert to build a reliable site for you.


In today’s music industry, it’s no longer enough to simply release music and spend little time promoting it. There are many free tools you can use to market your music. Three ways of networking as a music producer are described below.

1) Make contact with other artists

This is one of the easiest yet most useful pieces of advice. It’s rather saddening that many producers fail to implement this advice. 

When you approach other artists and ask them to collaborate, they may be more likely to take notice of your products and services. However, you should also be sure to send a polite email with a brief introduction before you start pitching your idea.

You must first give these artists something of value if you want to engage with them.

2) Create a community.

One way to network is by creating a community. To do this, you must capture the interest of people in your community. This allows you to network with anyone who chooses to join your community.

People in a community will pay you attention, and they will also support and admire what you accomplish. When you simply inform people of your most recent release and they share it with you without your asking, promoting your music becomes a lot simpler. 

Creating a Facebook group is a great way to build a community. Always keep in mind that building a community takes time and persistent effort. To build any sizable, meaningful community, you must consistently engage with and communicate with it, ideally nearly every day.

3) Join reputable forums

There are lots of music producer forums on the internet. You can join anyone that interests you, whether you compose Hip Hop or dance music.

Word of caution: When you join these forums, your aim should be to contribute something worthwhile. If you post a link to a new song and urge everyone to check it out, it’s quite unlikely that anyone will do so, and you risk being banned.

What you should do in a forum: Be a good listener. Answer questions when asked. Share useful information with others. Remember that it’s not just your own music that deserves attention; everyone’s music is important!

Developing tracks that meet professional standards will help you succeed as a music producer. But if no one ever hears these songs/beats, your career won’t take off. By putting the three suggestions above into practice, however, you’ll start to notice a rise in awareness for your business.

Let’s move to the next thing you need to figure out to promote yourself as a music producer:


If you aren’t using social media networks, you’re missing out on tremendous opportunities to network, forge connections, and amass a following. 

Instagram is a great way to share your musical journey, album artwork, and general promotion. If you want to interact with your audience in a candid video style, TikTok is another option. It’s possible that your video could even become popular!

Don’t just send out your music to your fans. Give them something to look forward to and a reason to visit your page by making a schedule so that they know when new music will be released.

Share your journey with your supporters. Create a fun, engaging experience for them to follow, and give them an opportunity to connect with you.


Making music is a Sharing your music with the world is what this is all about—so make a sample of your work to share with others.

You can distribute it to others by posting it on your website and using social media.

This can be a great way to show off your music and connect with people who are interested in similar kinds of music. Your tracks can also be uploaded to Soundcloud or YouTube and made available royalty-free for streaming, vlogging, and video creation. 


It’s important to keep your website and social media channels up-to-date. You can’t just build a profile and think that it’s good enough!

When you’re establishing a brand, consistency is essential. Don’t spend all your time cooking beats in your studio—you need to market those gems. Make sure you keep your social and marketing channels updated at least weekly.


Producers are notorious for staying behind the scenes, but they should be pushing their faces in front to help build trust. This is where the need for photos comes in. Employing a professional photographer will create a more professional look for your social media and websites. Hire a photographer to capture some headshots for you to use on your website and social media.

However, you don’t want to come off as a Wall Street wannabe. Like a great song, excellent photography should speak to you without explanation.


The music industry is huge, and there is a lot of competition. Most producers don’t become wealthy and well-known quickly, but if you’re patient, you can make tiny but effective progress every day.

It takes time to develop a business and brand. Stay connected to friends and continue focusing on your goals.


Branding yourself as a music artist or music producer helps you stand out from the crowd. It gives you an identity that people can remember. 

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Pascal and Jovi

Yes! Pascal and Jovi can’t be the best of bros anytime soon. While we wish for them to make up, here is an insight into what happened between them. First and foremost let’s roll the intro.

A little background:

Ndimofor Wonishi Pascal was born on 13th April 1992 and went by the stage name Pascal aka Yong King. For the sake of simplicity, we shall refer to him as Pascal in this post

Pascal has been in love with music since the age of 10. He went by the alias Strike P in the early stage of his career. After a few of his songs circulated, he was applauded for his flow. 

At the start of 2015, Strike P was Rebranded to Pascal after he got absorbed into the Newbell Music family under the leadership and fathership of renowned Cameroonian Rap Artist and Producer Jovi Le Monstre. 

Pascal was on Jovi and everything!

Throughout his time at Newbell Music, Pascal released two EPs; Work Dey Vol 1 in 2015 with features from Jovi, Reniss, and Tilla. Work Dey Volume II The Prelude followed in April 2016 with features from Jovi & Rostou. He later released an Album in September 2016 titled Work Dey 3, with features from Lor, Jovi, Reniss, Tris from Gabon, Kana’a from Togo and Fredy Massamba from Congo Brazzaville.

He also featured in the subsequent projects: NewBell Music’s compilation EP (Lord have mercy), Jovi’s second EP Kankwe Volume II (Check Sense), Jovi’s 4th EP Puta Madre (How Many So Many), Jovi’s 5th EP Bad Music, (Best Of Me); Jovi’s second album Mboko God (Beat tape session), Jovi’s third album 16Wives (Workmanship). Reniss’s second EP Milkish (Mango). Shey’s EP Tapsi (Ice cream).

After leaving New Bell Music and getting a record deal with Strange Kings record label (which he later on left), the “Check Sense” crooner has been getting a fair share of criticism and backlash from his fans and the population at large. After the release of “Paapi”, his only song under Strange Kings, Pascal was on a muted stance for over a year.

But obviously, he was planning his great comeback as he blessed the world with the EP titled “PIKIN 4 SUN” which is definitely an amazing art piece of 7 songs. It features talented names of the music industry like Mihney and Chick Nick.

Fuel on fire between Pascal and Jovi:

Jovi rose on social media a week ago following Pascal’s performance at Koko Lounge in Yaoundé where he attributed his success in his music career to Jovi. Jovi was apparently angered by that and told Pascal who according to him, has been very impolite to him, to keep his name out of his mouth.

One thing led to another and Pascal eventually announced in a live video on Facebook that he was quitting music due to their inability to coexist.

Some fans even went on to plead with Jovi to forgive Pascal as that was apparently the only thing that could bring Pascal back. All the while, Jovi maintained that he has been disrespected by Pascal on numerous occasions; privately and publicly, and the only way he can pardon him is if he clearly outlines every single offense he has been apologizing for. 

Pascal has obviously not done that yet.

But where is Pascal?

We have browsed through the years and could barely get a trace of pascal’s recent work. To date, Pascal has been on the low while Jovi is gradually surfing with RENISS by his side. They both will probably be making more chapters to history as Jovi posted a video of her in a home studio hyping a new banger that was playing in the background.

Is there any possibility of Pascal Yong King bouncing back from sleep and claiming his long-occupied spot in the 237-music industry?