Sunday, November 22, 2015
Stevens beats and his name continue to grow in the industry. Today, he now has credits with Jennifer Lopez, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Ariana Grande, and Avant to name a few.
Steven Franks, from Minneapolis MN, began working with CSP Music Group as a staff producer in 2009. Having already created a name for himself in Minneapolis, Christopher Starr first linked up with Steven by having him submit tracks that independent artist working with CSP Music Group could choose from. The request for his tracks rose steadily as more and more artist became aware of his talents.
Franks then relocated to Atlanta Georgia where Christopher and Steven were able to connect one on one in the studio. Together they collaborated on many projects and developed a partnership that became mutually beneficial. Their relationship and teamwork expanded while CSP artists continued to purchase licenses for Stevens beats as his name continued to grow in the industry. Today, his compositions are so...
Saturday, November 7, 2015
WATERLOO --- Christopher Starr left his hometown several years ago and made it big as a music producer in Atlanta.
But the Waterloo West High graduate doesn't assume musical talent isn't coming out of Waterloo.
And this November --- nothing's been set in stone quite yet --- Starr is returning to prove that.
"I want to come back there and basically wake up the scene," he said.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Since Karlie Redd is spineless and bored, she called Rasheeda in to listen to the track and the newest cast member DJ Traci Steele tagged along too. Guess they have to start weaving into other people’s story lines at some point.
“Pure comedy, I will say,” is the way that Rasheeda describes Karlie’s diss track. What she really meant to say is that it’s the most abysmal piece of shit to be recorded since Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” but Rasheeda has made enough enemies so she opted to be polite.
Karlie invites Rasheeda to jump on the track with a verse, but Rasheeda resists, saying she’d rather not waste her “voice” on K. Michelle. What she really doesn’t want to waste is her time on a Karlie Redd track.
Read more: "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: K. Michelle Fights Rasheeda with a Lit Candle, Erica Pops Off on Scrappy and Momma Dee
Friday, August 7, 2015
CSP Music Group is proud to announce the launching of it's new website which we anticipate to go live by 2016. Our new website will be an interactive and exciting place for artist to showcase their music as well as connect with inside industry professionals. We've had an amazing year in 2015 and we look forward to being able to share that on our new interactive, community based website that will allow artist to network with executives in a Facebook style format. We've worked incredibly hard putting our new website together and we thank you for your patience as we continue to build.
NEW LABEL! MASON J RECORDS! LAUNCHING 2016
CSP Music Group is currently growing their newly founded label Mason J Records which is a subsidiary label of CSP Music Group. Mason J Records allows artist to have more creative expression in comparison to artist signed under CSP Music Group which has a more tailored approach in artist development. We are very excited for the new...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
CSP Music Group is an Atlanta based company specializing in music production, recording, mixing and mastering. Founded by Christopher Starr, producer and entrepreneur, CSPMG has been putting in a lot of work behind the scenes with both new and established talent. Over the past few months they have been very busy submitting records to label such as Disney, Hollywood Records Konvict Muzic, and artist such as Lady Ga Ga, Corbin Bleu, Steve Rushton, Trey Songz, Usher, as well as TV and film submissions.
More than a company, CSP is a family of dedicated music professionals including a talented staff of composers and writers. Anthony Wright of Swag Inc. is also teaming with CSPMG to add international promotions and a marketing arm for indie artists and labels.
Always looking to expand the family, C. Starr keeps his eyes open for fresh young artists, writers, and composers with a good work ethic and a drive to succeed. CSPMG is currently working on the completion of a...
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Once again we’ve received several request from various record labels in interest of new material. CSP Music Group holding a new writers orientation this Friday at 9:00 pm. Writing session will start at 8:00 pm sharp – until hits are made! We will be writing to a new catalog of instrumentals requested by the record label A&R’s. Once the songs are completed they will be submitted directly to A&R’s for placement.
All Writers must RSVP by Friday July 24th no later than 4:00 pm. RSVP by click here and filling out the contact form. In the Subject box type Writing Session 7/24. Be sure to include all contact information for confirmation. We look forward to seeing you!
Friday, July 10, 2015
Platinum Pen | Producers Workshop is a private studio session where producers collaborate on a diverse range of custom instrumentals. Producers will learn tips on music production, music publishing, mixing & mastering, music business and more. We seek talented producers who understand what it takes to create billboard chart topping hits. We meet once a month at CSPMG Studios hosted by producer Christopher Starr. Producers must register by sending 3 instrumentals to PlatinumPen@CSPMusicGroup.com and register in order to attend this private event. Register now Space is limited.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
With Rhapsody, Pandora and Rdio, we (music listeners as a whole) seem to have forgotten that traditional radio still exists. Why listen to a radio station spin music that they’ve chosen, when we can essentially DJ our own music and genres with the click of a mouse? However, publishers quarterly performance royalty statements suggest that traditional radio is not only alive…but still lucrative.
Knowing this, rather than becoming frustrated over your nine cents in royalties from Rdio — you should spend your time more wisely. Reach out to your local and college radio stations. Develop a relationship with these stations and understand that, while not being as hip and cool as telling your friends to check out your new album on iTunes, traditional radio formats ultimately serve the same purpose, which is the promotion and distribution of your music.
Don’t get me wrong — I highly recommend having all of your music available on online music streaming sites. Especially for...
Monday, June 8, 2015