Sonny B New Single (Out Now)

Sonny B, a Massive hearted London musician, Sonny B drops Dance Like Don’t give Damm, beautiful House tune calibration between London and New York.

Download Now on Beatport

Download Now on Beatport

Sonny B has been spending major time on performing London Nightclubs or events venues, He is most popular Artist in between Cypriot Turkish in London.
He is very famous with picking up atmospheres and locking with guests.

Sonny B released two Banging House tunes in the past month including Sensational.
He continues to thrive with House music and always on the look out for future collaborations with all types of Vocals.

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Changes on Beatport ( Artist updates )

From Today, you will notice several changes to the Beatport website to simplify how users navigate the sitebeatport

The Beatport Store will become the default homepage to anyone visiting  Since the majority of visitors come seeking the store, they’ve made it easier and quicker to get there.

The streaming service will be accessible through the new Listen menu tab at the top on the Store page. Users can now navigate between Store, Listen, Video, and News with ease.

They have also added a sub-menu to each property with links to the features unique to each, created to better surface their individual capabilities. For the Store, this includes Genres, Tracks, Releases, Charts, Stems, and Sounds.

These changes are designed to re-emphasize the importance and impact of the Beatport Store. This drives revenue for their valued partners and which their millions of loyal customers are most familiar with, while ensuring streaming remains a key pillar for fan engagement and music discovery.

You all know the importance of your Artist profile in Beatport. Screen Shot 2013-12-18 at 10.31.56 AM

How can I add a profile picture to my artist page?
You can submit your profile picture and bio here as well as link your DJ page and Artist page: HERE

Please make sure that your picture is EXACTLY 590×404 and you have filled out all of the necessary fields.

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Verify your Artist page with Shazam and Traxsource (How)

One of the world’s most popular apps for connecting artists and fans through music discovery, today announced that its verified-artist community has achieved a combined reach of 1.4 billion followers. Starting today, is now open for all artists as a way to connect with their fans.

Now any artist, from global superstars to garage band discoveries, can join and become a verified artist. Verified artists have already published thousands of Shazams and continue to share their moments of discovery, giving fans a unique glimpse into the music that inspires them. Together these artists are helping Shazam build the world’s largest fan network, curated by artists themselves. Shazam is becoming the place where artists share the moments they discover music with their fans as they occur. To become a Verified Shazam Artist please visit

Shazam launched with 30 of the world’s leading artists. Since launch, Shazam has welcomed top performers like Pharrell, David Guetta, Sam Smith, and nearly 200 more. Last week, Shazam welcomed global music sensation Ed Sheeran, who has over 35 million followers on Shazam. His track “Thinking Out Loud” has been Shazamed 13.4 million times and is the No. 9 most Shazamed track of all time in the Shazam Hall of Fame.

“Our verified artists now have over a billion followers on Shazam, and include global sensations like Ed Sheeran, David Guetta, and Sam Smith,” said Peter Szabo, SVP, Head of Music, Shazam. “By launching, now we’re welcoming all artists to share their moments of discovery with their fans. We are creating an engagement that goes beyond a playlist or a recommendation. It’s an organic, one-of-a-kind connection between millions of fans and the artists they love.”

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Shazam is one of the world’s most popular apps, used by more than 100 million people each month to magically connect to the world around them. Building on its pioneering leadership in music identification, Shazam now helps people discover, interact with, and share video, audio, or printed content on TV, radio, movie screens, magazines, newspapers, packaged goods, and retail stores — and now Shazam lets music fans follow their favorite artists to see their Shazams and share in the thrill of discovery. The app has exceeded 20 billion total Shazams since its launch, and users Shazam over 20 million times each day. Follow us on Twitter @shazam or for more information, visit

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Please Click here to fill the Artist update form to update your Artist page on Traxsource


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Is Soundcloud the biggest untapped source of fantastic unsigned Producers?

We all dream of being that top producer that everyone wants to hear, have people anticipating for that next release, have people crying out for promos of your new release and have all the top DJ’s playing your next production. Soundcloud have allowed people since October 2008 for this dream to become a reality. Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss the founders of Soundcloud are music fans who wanted the world to hear bedroom producers and unsigned DJ’s get their music across to everyone from top DJ’s/Producers and record label guru’s. I for one have come across some fantastic unsigned producers and DJ’s who have made some fantastic music, i can then share this to the world by one click on my phone or laptop to all my social network accounts, this for me is fantastic.soundcloud-sign

There has been some criticism towards Soundcloud when they released information regarding membership fees to become a pro user which gives you better statistical information and upload time. There are two options Pro User which costs £3.99 a month and allows you to have 6 hours of upload time or you can pay £8 a month which allows you to have unlimited uploading time. I for one think either option is a snip and this year i will become a pro user when i start rolling out my Podcast. The price you pay is small for what could be the ultimate goal in some producers eyes, to be signed to a massive record label and who knows you could be playing some of the biggest stages or festivals in the world thanks to the Soundcloud platform.
So the question i ask for my readers is, Is Soundcloud the best way for people to hear your mixes and tunes? Is there a better platform out there for upcoming producers and DJs.

My conclusion is that Soundcloud for me is the best untapped source for producers and tracks. Free downloads of tracks that could easily be of a quality that could be played in clubs and festivals. I have found thousands of tunes that i have downloaded and i have fell in love with.

You could easily make a mix of just Soundcloud free downloads and people would think a big name producers have mixed or produced. As you can guess i love Soundcloud and think it is a fantastic tool, a fantastic promotion of peoples talents.

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Universal Grooves Dance Album (Coming December)

Since the beginning of 2014, my self and IVAN has put in so much love in to our music, we want it to to create an impact around the world touching Artist’s such as us, After realising third and fourth of our releases our sounds got recognised and favourited from Artist’s and Electronic Dance Music Fans around the world.

Using world wide web and social sites, it allowed us to be seen with wider audience, Soon after we have been approached by Amazing Artists’s such as Sonny B from London, EWAR from Canada and ASM from Latvia so we kept the fire going.

Didn’t take so long my self and Ivan’s songs was noticed by BBC Radio DJs and aired with a great soft introductions. this was one of the highest targets in our list, and we really worked hard to keep the sound crystal clear and the message out loud. but it probably were the greatest news of this year what we achieved in the release of our first year we rapidly started to climb.

Personally my twitter been booming by followers, Our Soundcloud been raided by the listeners and DJs, and we continue to thrive.

So here we release Our First Edition of Universal Grooves Album. a Selection of Dance Music meant to keep you together.
As i am telling you now, watch out for Our first edition of Electro Dance Music Album filled with Uplifting dance music tracks, perfect for any destination where you ll need a fuel.

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What I Want

Universal Grooves Exclusive list presents What I Want by Ben Prada.
Deep and groovy track here with exclusive Video. Download on iTunes 

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Music is reality said Ben Prada on Endeavour Radio

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Dylan Taylor

On The 30th October Boston Radio Station presenter Katy Manning invited Ben Prada on interview on her Dance Special Show.

Ben Prada arrived at Endevour Radio at 10am with caffe’s said Katy Manning, ‘Interview is about getting local Talent also said Katy Manning, as she held regular shows at Endevour Radio. 

Katy prepared great number’s of questions for Ben Prada as he answers.

Great character has so much to say about music and great with classics’ said Ben Prada about Kathy and her welcome. as we see they both are in comfort discussing thru answers.

Notice Ben Prada going nervous as soon as he hear’s the word nervous says Kathy, he spills his caffe.

Also Ben informed us that there is new project on talk with Dylan Taylor the head of Endeavour so we are looking in to collaboration between the Radio Endeavour  and Ben Prada weekdays show. sponsor coming as  Universal Grooves the Label.

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Motivation is Everything

Do you ever feel there’s a greater being inside of you just bursting to get out? You can feel its presence sometimes, can’t you? It’s the voice that encourages you to really make something of your life. When you act congruently with that voice, it’s like you’re a whole new person. You feel like a god in a human body. You’re bold and courageous. You’re strong. You’re unstoppable.

But then reality sets in, and soon those moments are history. Where did that powerful voice go? Were you merely suffering from delusions of grandeur?

It isn’t hard to temporarily put yourself into an emotional state of power. Just go to any Tom Robinson’ concert seminar, and he’ll have you dancing in the aisles feeling totally motivated. Put on your favorite fast-tempo music, stand tall, breathe strong, chest out, shoulders back. Strut around like a superhero. Shout, “Yes!” Pound your chest a few times for good measure. You’ll look like a dolt, but this does actually work.

But then you go home, and the emotional motivation fades away. Your great ideas now seem impractical. How many times have you been temporarily inspired with an idea like, “I want to start my own business,” and then a week later it’s forgotten? You come up with inspiring ideas when you’re motivated, but you fail to maintain that level of motivation through the action phase.

So how do you reach the point of high motivation and stay there?

Emotional motivation 

Tony Robbins says the key to motivation is state management. This means conditioning yourself to feel a certain way via techniques like anchoring (connecting an emotion to a physical trigger). When Tony pounds his chest while speaking, he’s firing off anchors he previously conditioned. The downside is that you need to keep firing off these anchors as well as periodically reconditioning them to keep your motivation up. That means lots and lots of chest pounding.

As another motivational method, Tony suggests writing down the pleasure you associate to a task as well as the pain of not doing it. Again the idea here is to stir up your emotions, so you’ll be motivated to take action. This type of motivation is usually short-lived, even when the emotions involved are very intense.

I studied and practiced these kinds of emotional motivation techniques extensively during my 20s. In the long run, I didn’t find them particularly effective. My intellect saw right through all the chest pounding. The logical part of my mind was ultimately dissatisfied with attempts to induce motivation through emotional manipulation.

Have you ever seen one of those rah-rah motivational speakers? If the speaker is good, s/he will have an emotional effect on you and get you to feel motivated. But within a day or two, that emotional boost fades away, and you’re back to normal. You can listen to hundreds of motivational speakers and experience an emotional yo-yo effect, but it doesn’t last. I think this is especially common with technically minded people. We’re accustomed to thinking with our heads. We’re still emotional creatures on some level, but our emotional B.S. detectors periodically scrub our minds free of anything that doesn’t satisfy our logic.

Intellectual motivation

I used to get frustrated when my emotional conditioning fizzled out after a while. Eventually I realized that being guided by intellect, not emotion, wasn’t such a bad thing after all. I just had to learn to use my mind as an effective motivational tool. I stopped using emotional motivation techniques and decided to see if I could motivate myself intellectually. I figured that if I wasn’t feeling motivated to go after a particular goal, maybe there was a logical reason for it. Perhaps I just wasn’t taking my logic far enough to see it.

I noted that when I had strong intellectual reasons for doing something, I usually didn’t have trouble taking action. I’m motivated to exercise regularly because doing so is intelligent and reasonable. I don’t need to emotionally pump myself up to go to the gym. I just go.

But when my mind thinks a goal is wrong on some level, I usually feel blocked. I eventually realized that this was my mind’s way of telling me the goal was a mistake to begin with.

Sometimes a goal seems to make sense on one level, but when you look further upstream, it becomes clear the goal is ill advised. Suppose you work in sales, and you set a goal to increase your income by 20% by becoming a more effective salesperson. That seems like a reasonable and intelligent goal. But maybe you’re surprised to find yourself encountering all sorts of internal blocks when you try to pursue it. You should feel motivated, but you just don’t. The problem may be that on a deeper level, your mind knows you don’t want to be working in sales at all. You really want to be a musician. So no matter how hard you push yourself in your sales career, it will always be a motivational dead end. You’ll never convince your mind to give up on your more important dream of being a musician.

When you set goals that are too small and too timid, you suffer a perpetual lack of motivation. Try all the emotional conditioning techniques you want, but you’re wasting your time. Deep down you already know the truth. You just need to summon the courage to acknowledge your true desires. Then you’ll have to deal with the self-doubt and fear that’s been making you think too small. There’s no getting around that if you want to experience lasting motivation. Ironically, the real key to motivation is to set goals that scare you.

I recommend working through these kinds of blocks in your journal. Type a question like, “Why am I feeling unmotivated to achieve this goal?” Then type whatever answer comes to mind. You’ll often find that the source of your block is that you’re thinking too small. You’re letting fears, excuses, and limiting beliefs hold you back. Your subconscious mind knows you’re settling, so it won’t provide any motivational fuel until you step up, face your fears, and acknowledge your heart’s desire. Once you finally decide to face your fears and drop the excuses, then you’ll find your motivation turning on full blast.

When I use this process myself, I uncover new goals that seem unreasonably big. I admit that I want them, but I feel incapable of achieving them. However, when I finally step up and set goals that lie outside my comfort zone, somehow I end up feeling very motivated, and I summon all sorts of unexpected resources to help me.

Was it unreasonable to set a web traffic goal of reaching a million monthly visitors without spending any money on marketing? I originally thought so, but I privately set that goal before I ever launched this site because it inspired me. More reasonable traffic goals had no motivational effect on me. Now that I’ve achieved that goal, my next traffic goal is to reach 10 million visitors a month. Is that unreasonable? Probably. But somehow it’s very motivating to me.

It seems counter-intuitive that motivation may be highest when setting goals that lie outside your comfort zone, but I’ve seen this pattern too many times to discount it. Perhaps we have to set big, hairy, audacious goals in order to feel truly motivated. Maybe little goals just aren’t enough to trigger the release of motivational energy. If we think a goal is too easy, we won’t commit all our internal resources. It’s only when we set unreasonable goals that all our internal resources come online, including motivation and drive.

When I set a goal that’s big enough and challenging enough, I never need to pump myself up with emotional rah-rah. I feel motivated to pursue the goal because my intellect is fully behind it. I just find myself doing what needs to be done. No chest pounding required.

Steve Pavlina

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Work Hard Care Hard

You could make something right now. If you wanted to stop reading, grab a sheet of butcher’s paper and brainstorm ideas, you could probably come up with half a dozen ideas for apps, books or products. Ideas aren’t the hard part, after all — just ask Tom Haverford.

You could build a WordPress site and start harassing your friends to test the concept. You could start writing op-ed pieces on Medium and put “Founder” or “Author” in your Twitter bio within 48 hours. You could throw up a landing page, post the first chapter of a book and start pushing it on Product Hunt.

Where things get tough is when you’re trying to make something that people genuinely give a shit about. You don’t want your dream to die in the chamber, because nobody read it, watched it, used it or listened to it. The deafening silence surrounding your work can crush your soul.


Only Make What You Care About
If you want to make something that people really care about, that they actually give a hot shit about, you have to care about it yourself. Because if you don’t, then try as you might, it’ll come out in the final product.

The reason for this?

Making something is hard. Making something you don’t care about is even harder.
The only way you’ll be able to consistently work, when you don’t want to work, consistently try when you don’t want to try, is by deeply and honestly caring about your work.

You want people to care?
You have to genuinely care, yourself.


Make Things For Real People
The best writing advice I have ever heard was to write specifically for someone I know. It’s a genius idea. Every time I go to create something, or build something I think about who I know that would benefit from what I’m doing.

If you have something that you care enough about to make, you have to ask the next question — who are you making it for? What information do they need? What turn of phrase would stop them in their tracks? What is their single pain point that the product could solve, or their secret story that your novel would be able to touch and cultivate into a real emotional response?

Stop thinking about your audience as a vague concept, a collection of faceless people.
Believe that your audience is a real person with feelings, experiences and a story. It will change your perspective.
You want people to care?
You have to know what will make them care.


Ask Yourself If You Fit The Project
You need to ask yourself whether you have the courage, the strength, the motivation and the passion to make what you want to make. And I mean really ask yourself, because when you first come up with an idea you can get so caught up in it that you can’t see anything else.

It’s easy to mistake excitement for passion, motivation and ability.
When that feeling starts to die down, or you get used to it, you can realise that you don’t have the real raw power to be able to finish and follow through. That’s not a bad thing; there is nothing wrong with recognising that a project isn’t right for you. Maybe there’s another project that is.

It’s not enough just to care about what you’re making — it has to feel right.

You want people to care?
Only work on projects that feel right.


Don’t Do Anything To Be Someone
Have you ever watched one of those reality TV singing competitions? You’ve probably seen a hundred young people, eyes shining, clutching microphones and talking about their dreams. They’ll explain that ever since they were kids, they wanted to be singers.

They hardly ever say they wanted to sing. When it comes down to it, half the time it’s because actually singing isn’t the end goal. They want the trappings and lifestyle and the breaks of being a singer.

If the act of singing was really their end goal, they wouldn’t be on a reality TV show. They’d be out there every night singing anywhere they could, writing songs, starting bands, recording music.
The same is true for anything you could make. Do you want to make X, or do you want to be the person who made X? Because if you don’t care about the act of making something, and if you don’t want to get out there every day and try to make something, you might as well quit.

You want people to care?
They should care about your work. Not you.


Work. Work Hard.
If you want to write a book that can break someone’s heart — work hard.

If you want to make a song that changes the world — work hard.

If you want to draw a comic book that expresses everything you are, and dream about — work hard.

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How to get your music on radio’s

The first step in getting radio play is sending your music to radio stations.1098627_f260

Distributing music to commercial radio stations used to involve sending CDs, printing cover letters, bubble envelopes, researching radio stations, finding the right contact information and paying shipping fees. Now over 95% of the music played on commercial radio is received digitally.

Each radio station has a Music Director and Program Director; together they decided what songs they’ll be playing on their radio station in a weekly music meeting.

So how do you get your song included in these music meetings?

It’s the Music Directors job to pre-listen to the music and decide which songs they will listen to in each music meeting. The first step is sending your music to the Music Director properly.

The Music Director gets bombarded with music on a daily basis and they don’t have time to listen to every song sent to them. To help decrease their workload they will generally only listen to music that has been submitted to them properly. They won’t open emails with attachments, or click download links or streaming links especially from someone they don’t know.

Commercial radio stations will not play music by artists that are not serious about their project. If music is not submitted to them properly they will typically assume it is not high quality enough for radio play. Music Directors need to know that you are educated enough about the music industry to send your music properly.

When you’re sending Music Directors your music, remember that they are also being contacted from major labels and promoters who are working for more established international artists. Give your song the best chance possible by delivering your music the same way the major labels are delivering the music of international artists. This will make your music project look more professional and Music Directors will be more likely to take your music into consideration.

So how do you properly distribute your music to radio stations?

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There are a few digital services that offer this specific service. At AMP Records we use DMDS (Digital Music Delivery Service). Music Directors use DMDS almost exclusively to receive and review new music. They provide the stats on who’s streamed and downloaded the song you’ve delivered.

While no one can guarantee that proper digital distribution will result in radio play, it is a guarantee that you won’t get radio play unless you are distributing it properly. Commercial radio play is one of the most competitive areas in the music industry and it’s very difficult to get radio play. For the best result possible we recommend hiring a radio promoter once you’ve digitally delivered your music to radio stations.

We Media Emperor would like to suggest all Artists to try BBC Uploader for BBC to Introduce your song.

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