(Video) Diddy Discusses His Drive, The Music Industry, Revolt TV & More!

The business man and entrepreneur that is Diddy, revealed on Vlad Tv some of the biggest hardships he faces with his daring business choices, such as his new network Revolt TV, his overall consistency in possessing success, to which he accredits has much to do with his strong faith. Diddy also discusses the importance of dreams, team work, his evolution and more, hit the jump for some inspiration and the full interview!

If You Want To Work In Music, You Should Probably Live In 1 of These 10 Cities

The obvious places for people who want to get into music are NYC and L.A., but there are also a handful of other cities that are booming in the music industry and can give you high chances of landing a gig in the biz. In terms of concentration of music industry jobs, Nashville is tops with 7.8 per 1,000 residents, according to EMSI data in the report. Los Angeles is a distant second with 2.8. Austin is third with 2.6. At 2.0, New York actually falls beneath the 2.1 of Charlotte, N.C. It should come as no surprise that the cities with the three highest concentrations of music industry jobs also have the best-paying ones. Los Angeles tops all markets in average music job earnings with 175% of the country’s average salary. Nashville is second at 156%, and New York is third at 147%. Music jobs pay less than the national average in Charlotte (99%), Austin (94%), Atlanta (85%), Memphis (79%) and New Orleans (73%).

(Video) Flatbush Zombies Talk Music Industry, Eminem & More!!!

The Flatbush Zombies sat down with Canadian blog Montreality, and gave us a dose of who they really are! The group exposed politics when asked what they would do if given the chance to be mayor of NYC for a day, spoke on Eminem’s influence in music, the music industry and more! Hit the jump to learn more from the Brooklyn representers!

(Video) Big K.R.I.T Talks Kendrick’s “Control” Verse, Confidence, His Latest Project And More!!!

The Mississippi native, Big K.R.I.T revealed his thoughts on being called out by fellow colleague, Kendrick Lamar, on his “Control” verse, the confidence that one must have to succeed in the music industry and much more during his chat with HipHopSince1987 ! The mix tape king also took the time to let us know that he in fact is working on a new album and since the man never disappoints I’m sure this will be another great addition to his collection! Hit the jump to see the full interview!

(Video) Wale Was Left For DEAD In The Music Industry ?!?!

Okay, so HE wouldn’t exactly put it in those words, but the #teamMMG rapper visited the Combat Jack show, and while they expressed Wale’s disconnection with Jimmy Iovine and old his record label, he states that, “I was left dead from a label that don’t support hip-hop music no more.” He feels as though he’s “graduated” into bigger and better things, so it was an experience. Even though he was dropped, he’s made it, and even after that, Wale was asked to sign with Polow da Don. MMG was the move he made, and now ex-business partners have that salty taste in their mouth. Drop down bottom and check out the one of three part interview.

Neyo Reveals The Industry Made Him Bitter

Whether you love him or hate him, one thing you can say about Ne-Yo is that he never has trouble voicing his opinions or saying what everyone else is scared to say [even if he apologizes later]. He’s gracing the new cover of Upscale Magazine and inside he gives it to you straight with no chaser as he reveals how the shift in the music industry made him bitter. Find out more after the jump Quay

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