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Artekal Music
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Real. Reggae. Music.
Real. Reggae. Music.

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Artekal music has release the fun and feature packed GIF emoji app ArtekalMoji. ArtekalMoji features hundreds of GIF emojis based on Jamaican and reggae culture. The app provides users with culturally relevant and dialect correct terms paired with male…
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At Artekal Music our motto is “Real. Reggae. Music”, and we are excited to work with Young Veterans to bring reggae fans real reggae music.
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Music marketing, release scheduling, anticipation building must become part of the craft along with the art. Fanbase building, ensuring music discoverability, doing out reach and achieving visibility.
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WULEEP in Jamaican patois literally translates into “a whole heap”. It means a lot of anything really. It can be used to reference a lot of literally anything in the world. It was fitting in our minds to establish our apparel and merchandising effort…
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The word Fan is defined as “a person who has a interest in or admiration for a particular person or thing” and is synonymous with enthusiast, supporter, admirer and even zealot.  This admiration or zeal is the fuel that powers every entertainers…
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Waiting for managers, producers, investors or record labels to keep you busy is not just frustrating it is a career death sentence. 
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Reggae distributors, artists, managers and promoters need to come together with a team approach to push bigger projects by committee and share in the success.  If the egos can be left out of the equation everyone will win big.
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As reggae artists who were ignorant to the business of music become more educated on the ins and outs of copyright law, music rights, performance rights and as their managers and agents become more savvy, we will finally see artists receive financial…
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The fact that Jamaica is just now formalizing a lot of the agencies needed to support the industry in a meaningful way is simply indefensible. Artists who spent their lives being creative were never educated on the importance of aligning their estates.
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Live performances and tours are generally where artists of all genres make a solid living and amass wealth. Reggae artists are no exception to that reality.
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