We’re eliminating distance as a barrier
that hinders music artists from
accessing each other
Our solution allows music artists to
record with each other from anywhere in the
world in real time
We charge a commission for every
transaction sold on our platform
Independent music artists between
the ages of 17-35
USE OF FUNDS
60% development, 30%
marketing, 10% legal
How has Georgia State supported you as an entrepreneur?
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) at Georgia State is why I wanted to start a tech company. Before joining ENI, my aspirations were to become an owner of a consulting firm. However, after becoming exposed to the program here, I felt prepared to start my own tech company.
What does entrepreneurship mean to you?
The liberty to provide a service to the world.
What inspired the idea behind your business?
Working with my brother inspired the idea. He works with artists around the United States. I saw a lot of logistical and production issues when it came to working with people remotely.
Have you participated in other entrepreneurial programs?
Yes, I am fortunate enough to be a part of the “It Takes A Village” pre-accelerator at Atlanta Tech Village, as well as The Farm sponsored by Comcast. Both programs really honed my skills in developing a product based on customer demand and not an idea.
What is Atlanta’s role in your entrepreneurial journey?
Atlanta is the mecca of music right now, so it provides a great environment for me to grow my business.
What is your long-term goal?
To help every artist to operate efficiently, autonomously and independently.