On Tuesday, May 14, 2019, TWEEDL CEO Tony Abraham hosted a panel discussion on the New Digital Music Industry Moderating the discussion will be Low Key of Beats 1 Radio and Trap Karaoke.
The Panelists included:
Mona Scott-Young, CEO, Monami Entertainment / Executive Producer, Love & Hip Hop
Tak W., President, A&R, Dream Chasers / PUMA Consultant
Jay Andino, Vice President, Urban Music, Sony Orchard
Shari Bryant, General Manager/Partner, Alamo Records / Partner, Dream Chasers Management
DJ Self, On-Air Personality, Power 105.1, CEO, Gwinin Entertainment
Orlando Wharton, Senior Vice President, Urban A&R, Atlantic Records
Moderated By: Low Key (On-Air Personality, Beats 1 Radio)
Hosted By: D’ussePalooza, Trap Karaoke
Tony Abrahams, former CFO for Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Combs Enterprises, has created TWEEDL with a vision to re-create the feeling and empowerment of the discovery of new music and bring a fresh perspective to how we now consume music, a challenge to streaming platforms, and an opportunity to look and support new artist and their music in a whole new light.
TWEEDL equalizes the music industry by giving all indie and rising stars a fair chance to be heard and a voice to music lovers to select the next hot artists; Their first step was to launch a free music app on Apple and Android where thousands of new artists have already shared their music and even more music lovers discover their music every day. TWEEDL decided to go true to their roots of being for the masses via a Kickstarter campaign that recenlt launched to help raise awareness of their movement. to address the music industry problems while further developing a platform that gives music fans and up-and-coming artists.