Gamechangers began with a sold-out seminar in Singapore in 2014, aiming to empower artists, creatives, and managers with the tools to take control of their own careers, in today's rapidly-changing global music industry. In May 2015, Gamechangers made its American debut in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles to another sold-out crowd, joining forces with Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI, the largest Performing Rights Organization in America with over 600,000 members).
We're bringing that LA seminar experience - "How To Break Into Any Music Market In The World" - for the first time to Singapore. Unlike other seminars, attendees will have the unique opportunity to interact extensively with panelists in a very intimate setting. Through talks, panel discussions, and hands-on demo feedback sessions, participants will learn
- How to make their music irresistible to any market
- How to get their music heard
- And how to develop the international relationships that matter
: Sep 24 2016 - Tickets at $35
: The seminar will take place at Barber Shop By Timbre.
: The music industry is undergoing a huge shift – powerful new opportunities are emerging in markets like Asia and Latin America, while declining sales continue to force the existing business model to evolve. In this challenging environment, a successful music industry personality has to not only master their core skill set, but also be savvy in navigating the world of public and corporate relations, branding, marketing and promotion, and be able to deliver compelling content to multiple world markets simultaneously. The GameChangers seminar series aims to be a key part of this movement, in helping attendees to position themselves for maximum success across all world markets.
About The Swaggernautz
The Swaggernautz are a global songwriting-production team with over 200 placements, 18 #1 and 50 Top 20 hits in 5 continents worldwide. They are responsible for writing and producing Troye Sivan's (Capitol) 2014 single Happy Little Pill, which zoomed to #1 on iTunes charts in the US and 66 countries across Asia, Europe, Australia, North and South America, and led the album TRXYE to the #5 spot on the Billboard 200 Albums chart.
They have broken through language and cultural barriers to work with a dazzling array of top artists in all major music markets, including A*Mei, Vanness Wu, Wang Lee Hom, JJ Lin, FTIsland, Crayon Pop, and 2PM in Asia; Anahi, Gente de Zona, Julion Alvarez and CD9 in Latin America; and Pitbull, Santana, Kaskade, Pentatonix, and Christina Grimmie in the United States. As two-thirds of the EDM trio Trouze, they also charted at #18 on the Billboard Dance charts with "Age Of Innocence" by Elephante.
The team comprises Tat Tong, a Singaporean who moved to Los Angeles in the wake of a successful career throughout Asia, and Jovany Javier, an alumnus of American Idol Season 10 who was the featured vocalist on Pitbull and Santana's "Oye 2014." True to their global footprint, the team has bases in Los Angeles, Miami, and Singapore.
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Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
for tickets - with the special discount code "Gamechangers2016" for the $30 ticket price (UP: $35). See you there!