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MAGIC MUSIC MANAGEMENT HOSTS “SKATER CHIC” LISTENING PARTY

Hot 107.9’s own ET from The Durtty Boyz made his debut onto the music industry scene as an artist at his “Skater Chic” EP listening party and goes by the name “Benefit”.

The guest list was comprised of myriad of some of the hottest Indie Artists hitting the scene to Entrepreneurs, and some of Atlanta’s social and business elite.VIP Guests included Zaytoven, Hurricane Dave, Mishon, Tami LaTrell, Brinks, Rythym D, History in the making, CEO of MMMGT Paul Lewis, Publicist Christine Jackson, Attorney James Walker, and J Young.


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 The music industry has undoubtedly hit a bit of snag in recent years, with record companies foregoing all but the most promising of artists and focusing only on what they are sure to capitalize on. Unfortunately, this has severely limited the amount of quality music available for us all to enjoy and placed a massive strain on everyone in the industry—particularly, the artists. It seems to be runaway train effect with no solution in sight, which begs the question—will we ever again have music and artists as great as the ones we grew up with?

The short answer: yes, if music manager and branding expert Paul Lewis has anything to do with it. With industry expertise and a solid consortium of accomplished young professionals, Lewis has built Magic Music Management as a platform that provides artists with the tools they need (music videos, live shows, touring, social media management, website design) to continue working, become profitable and produce quality music without depriving them of their God given name and rights.

Magic Music Management, or MMMGT as it has come to be known, focuses on the artists themselves and exists as a supportive conduit which helps them reach their acquired and potential fans. In today’s musical climate, record labels have a tendency to abandon artists once they are no longer bringing in money. Magic Management works to connect artists with their fans in ways that negate the dependence artists of earlier years had on their record labels.

 A music standard is on the horizon; one that keeps the power of the artist in their hands. Lewis and Magic Music Management are spearheading this movement, and will be working to restore music to a time that was, more or less, legendary.