I have a special announcement about something I’ve been working on with Milk Chamberlain for over 4 months now..can I have your eyes and ears for a second?
Let me start off by saying I’m proud of my peers who have chose to put their music out for sale. It’s a great look for us all. A cd for $5 to $10 and shirt for $20 goes a long way for an artist especially when he or she chooses to make this their career of choice.
However $5 to $20 can only go so far after the total costs to promote and produce the products we create.Even worse, us as artists compete with one another as businesses to get our fans to buy. Were competing for pennies in the long run.
What Nipsey Hu$$le did with the “Proud To Pay” campaign was genius & great for us all. It changed the way we perceive the value of our music. That campaign inspired what I’m getting ready to present to you now…
10 years ago I put my first Curtiss King item up for sale. 10 years later I’m giving you my most expensive and proudest….
10 YEAR CURTISS KING ANNIVERSARY GAMEBOX: 53 songs (4 Albums) 29 Music Videos (DVD) 13 page booklet 3 posters 1 pair of custom socks = $100
No more fighting over pennies. Raise the bar. Invest in your brand and take chances. This isn’t about the money. It’s about the statement. The statement you as a supporter make by purchasing & the statement I HAD to make in investing in this.
Label 3:16 & CurtissKingBeats.com present a new EP by MURS entitled “Shut Your Trap” produced entirely by Paid Dues alumni Curtiss King. MURS describes the project as a “backpacker’s adventure into the world of TRAP lead by the production of Curtiss King”
TRACKLIST: 1. Owner$hip 2. Priu$ 3. Peache$ 4. Trap Luv ft. Brooke Taylor 5. Mo$ Def 6. Justin Bieber’$ Black Baby All tracks mixed by KRE except “Ownership” which was mixed by David May
Curtiss King cuts off his Flattop :( I have some rather disturbing Curtiss King news:
During my 2 year flattop journey it underwent some changes, won some awards, and many barbers hooked it up and some….well….let’s just say it was time to cut it and I should have been going to Jay Neal at Canvas Barbershop in Riverside the WHOLE TIME. Smh.
My hair started really growing into a mushroom, so the time came to cut it. But I was torn, because my flattop was synonymous with my brand and career. But my big bro MURS told me in more ways than one that I should want my music to be bigger than a hairstyle….and I agreed. He also told me I had a big ass head. I agreed with that as well.
I say this to say….the flattop will be back stronger and healthier than ever. Follow me on my journey back….