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Industry Level Music Group is happy to compete for these awards and applauds the RIAA for acknowledging digital streaming success. See Below:

This Thursday the the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) confirmed that they will be converging streams into the Gold & Platinum (G&P) Program. This means that on-demand audio and/or video song streams will be considered toward the 500,000 (Gold), 1,000,000 (Platinum), and 2,000,000 plus (multi-Platinum) thresholds that are necessary for the G&P’s Digital Single Award certification.

With that being said, RIAA will be awarding 11 Gold, 18 Platinum, and 27 multi-Platinum with the new Digital Single Award. The streams that are accounted for are from services like Rhapshody, Spotify, MTV.com, VEVO, Yahoo! Music, YouTube, and more.

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Industry Level Music Group is seeking talent for the summer of 2013. Talent scouts will prowl social media, nightclubs and listening to satellite radio for new talent. In order to submit music to Industry Level an artist must receive a referral through a talent scout from ILMG.

“Our goal is to sign at least three to five artists this summer”, says head A&R Sean Davidson. “Artists will be strongly vetted out after receiving a referral from a talent scout. We have to ensure the quality and credibility of an artist before we risk our reputation by pitching a major.”

Agents at Industry Level Music Group are credited with promoting hip hop acts all the way from 2pac to French Montana. Agents are now using their reputations and expertise in the music industry to help up and coming artists become known worldwide.

Industry Level Music Group is partnering with credible producers to help up and coming artists achieve professional sounds. Industry Level Music Group reviews up and comings artists for a chance to be pitched in front of Major Record Companies i.e. Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group, and Sony Music Group.

Industry Level will be partnering with credible music producers like Swizz Beatz, Fatboi, Hitboy, DJ Mustard, and Dr. Dre in order to help up and coming artists achieve Industry standard music.

“Our main problems are artists who lease beats from online websites. Artists main problems are affording professional production and not having connections to obtain it. When an artist doesn’t own their master recording or their production isn’t strong enough….it can blow a pitch”, says head A&R Sean Davidson. “We are partnering with credible producers to try and help up and coming artists fix their production issues”. Industry Level hopes this partnership will fix a lot of problems and allow them to sign more acts in 2013.