The Free Game producer's podcast is for record producers, music entrepreneurs, and songwriters as discussions include making music, and the business thereof. This is a free flowing, unscripted conversation designed to explore a range of topics and uncover interesting insights, with the listener along for the ride. If you are interested in becoming a record producer/songwriter and or music entrepreneur, or already in the music business, the conversations are sure to inform. WLPWR and Brian Onrea are joined by music industry professionals and leaders to discuss Beats and Business entirely.



On this episode we welcome producer duo Nate & Charity to the show.  This talented up and coming production team dropped some gems on us that all up and coming producers could benefit from.  They discuss:


Being from different parts of Texas and eventually linking up after being in the same beat battles

What there work flow is like as a production team

What it’s like being a duo where each producer producers in a different DAW (Machine vs. Ableton)

Moving from Texas to Atlanta to pursue better opportunities

Working with CyHi The Prynce on the critically acclaimed “No Dope on Sundays” Album and how they landed their placement on there

Charity specifically discusses navigating in the industry as a female producer

What’s next for Nate & Charity?


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Streaming pay! After rapper Nipsey Hustle shared his streaming income numbers, the entire industry has been buzzing.  Should you only put your music on Tidal since they pay the most?  Should listeners subscribe to Tidal as he said?  WLPWR and Brian Onrea sort this out.

Also sorted out is the concept of producer payment rights and how much you should charge for your beats.  This is in respose to Jermaine Dupri’s recent Breakfast Club interview where he talked about a producer selling a beat for $200 that became a huge hit.  What’s the issue here?  It gets broken all the way down!  


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The podcast was recorded at Gray Matter Studios in Atlanta, GA and mixed by Joey Stanca @dreamsonparade for @checkmatecreative



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