Jerome Renard

Jerome Here - Beatles Era and Now

Published 3 months ago • 2 min read

Hey, it's Jerome -

12 albums in 7 years

That's how many albums the Beatles released and obviously, they became one of the most prominent bands that existed. After their successful first US tour, they did not stop making music, on the opposite they released a new album every 6 months.

It’s interesting, right?

When the Beatles were around, there definitely wasn’t as much music being released as now, but they were still popping out two albums every year. So, what about now? With all the music we’ve got, how much should artists be putting out to get noticed? 12, 24, or even 36 songs a year?

There's no one-size-fits-all answer, but it's a thought-provoking question for any modern artist aiming to make their mark.

The Rising Tide of Music Streaming Revenue.

Switching gears to the business side of music, the industry's landscape is changing, and it's pretty exciting. Even with Spotify shaking things up with their royalty payment adjustments, streaming revenue isn't just holding steady—it's thriving.

In my dives into the music industry's growth over the past 20 years, I’ve seen a consistent upward trajectory. And it’s not stopping there: recent analyses predict streaming revenues to skyrocket from 17 billion dollars to over 30 billion by 2025.

What does that mean?

It means we’re entering an exciting time for music. There's going to be more money and probably new companies and new ways of doing things in music. Who else is excited to see where this is going?


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I did this cool Xmas song for a TikTok Campaign with a good friend of mine.
He reached out about 3 days before we had to deliver the song to TT, so we got this done over the weekend. Lots of fun! Wishing you, a happy December!

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Jerome Renard

I'm a mixing engineer and entrepreneur, based in Los Angeles.

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