B Rob Productions

B Rob Productions

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Rap - Hip Hop | San Antonio, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 41,015   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 9/24/2017
   Sounds Like: Timbaland, DJ Mustard

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Ionut Mirel Udrea posted 4 weeks ago to B Rob Productions


Hi! Thank you very much for taking the time to listen and rate my new song "Dimensions". I really appreciate your support. All the best!

   
 
B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago to DREAMTouch Agency


Thank you for selecting my song "Breath Again (Dance)" for a recent opportunity. I know that this is a very selective process and look forward to working with you. Thanks again! - Billy Roberson (B Rob Productions)

   
 
B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago to Cortez Farris


Cortez, Thank you for selecting my song "Real Hustla"for a recent film opportunity. I know that this is a very selective process and look forward to working with you for potential placement. Thanks again! -Billy Roberson (B Rob Productions)

   
 
Ionut Mirel Udrea posted over 30 days ago to B Rob Productions


Hi! Thank you very much for taking the time to listen and rate my new song "Bordeias"! I really appreciate your support!
All the best!


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B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago


NP...it was very nice track. Enjoyed the musical elements.


Ervinmorton posted over 30 days ago to B Rob Productions


Brilliant Songs

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B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago


Thanks...appreciate the feedback!


B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago to T-BONE


Just stopping thru T to see if you got some new heat. Love the new music...Fly Trap is Fire!

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Murk Flow posted over 30 days ago


Rim shop is hard ,Keep moving family .. I wanted to get some feed back on the tracks i have so far .. Wanted to see if u could give some tips n pointers?


T-BONE posted over 30 days ago


Thank u B! Been off broadjam for a min working on projects. Back at it!


Suite Sauce posted over 30 days ago to B Rob Productions


Congrats on your placement.Everyday All Day. I put 3 songs in that listing also. SS

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B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for the comment, SS--very unexpected but I'm thrilled about the selection! BJ has some great musicians so I'm just happy to still be in the mix after all this time. Had a chance to listen to some of your music--very emotional/powerful and great soundtrack pieces.


Suite Sauce posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for the comment on my tracks.I'm going to start working on EDM tracks and Orchestral Try something different.You've had some good listings in the past.I haven't had any its really competitive.


B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago


I liked the EDM track, SS. I'm always looking for a new challenge as well. It is very competitive but as you know if you stay the course, something will eventually happen. I'm very selective in my submissions now (learned a lot over the years and it gets expensive). Now I only submit my best fitting song to the opportunity. At the end of the day, it all boils down to what the music supervisor likes/needs for the spot. Good Luck!




N, love the "Idols" track you pushed as part of you wakey, wakey BJ message...enough so that I'm dropping through to make a comment. Very Nicely Done--knew you were a talented dude when we first connected on BJ years ago...sky is the limit--make it happen, I'm rooting for ya!!

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N.Jones, Protilius Productions posted over 30 days ago


:)


Abram Band posted over 30 days ago to B Rob Productions


Impressive Bio Sir, thank you for your service
For our freedom. Congrats on all your placements and future ones. Will be back to listen . All the best to you & yours Abram Band Dean & Jacalyn


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B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for stopping through and appreciate the feedback/kind words. I just retired from the Air Force and it's been a great ride. You've got some nice soundtrack work on your page. All the best! -B


Abram Band posted over 30 days ago


Thank you B Rob for stopping by and the compliment!
All the very best ! We are Proud of you for your service to our Country. Thank you may your production soar like a FA18! Dean & Jacalyn


Gary Wilson posted over 30 days ago to B Rob Productions


I'm not trying to get too personal, I just wanted to know if it is worth it. I noticed you signed a bunch of music to MTV licensing and I know it all depends on which shows, how long the piece plays and so forth, but is any real money being made through these deals. Myself and a bunch of friends have been pushing music through broadjam for years with no success. I was just wondering is it worth the submission fees that we've been spending for nearly 10 years? some me a message if you can and give me some heads up.


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B Rob Productions posted over 30 days ago


Gary,
You asked a valid question and one that I know many BJ artists (myself included) have asked from time to time. Please note that I'm speaking from personal experience so someone else may give you different response. That being said, the answer is "Yes", but it also depends on who and what you are submitting your music to in the first place. I like many BJ artist put a lot of work and money in to submissions in hopes of getting a placement. What I did that really made a difference for me was be selective in what I actually submitted my music to...it took me a bit to "learn" and "manage" my desire to submit to everything, but being selective is really about looking at the opportunity. The first time I had success with this approach turned out to be my first placement with a spoken word documentary through the Univ of Wisconsin. My technique: Read the opportunity, review your library, then read the opportunity again--submit only your best work and what you think is the right fit. I used the same approach with other opportunities (both on and off the BJ site). The results landed me the MTV license deal as well as other publishing opportunities.

The reality of music licensing is that sometimes what you think is the perfect song is not what the publisher wants...that's the variable that you honestly can't control.

I've been with BJ since 2005 and I can tell you that my license deals through MTV and others publishers have certainly paid for my membership over the years and then some...I've take a few domestic trips an bought some cool studio gear thanks to royalty checks. The patience really comes with waiting for the placement and the lag time of a PRO quarterly distribution.

You're absolutely right about the amounts paid...lots of variables to deal with (time of day, # of plays, duration, etc). A good combination of those things will help immensely when the PRO calculates your quarterly payment.

I can definitely understand the feeling of pushing your music without some type of success. I did it for a couple years too...and I still go through droughts where I submit and nothing happens. You've obviously got some staying power and your music is well put-together sonically (nice vocal work as well). I would tell you to be as selective as you can (find your niche) and even submit instrumental versions of your music. FYI: Most of my music that has been placed falls into the background instrumental category (playing under someone's dialogue)...it's still being used and that's what is important.

There are lots of very talented artists out here, a fewer number of publishers/music supervisors and a limited number of placement opportunities--so it's really competitive to get you music placed.
I'd recommend looking at multiple opportunities...that allowed me to break out from MTV and get my music on "Keeping up with the Kardashians" recently.

Hope that helps a bit...again, one man's opinion. I can tell you that I would not have achieved the modest level of success I've garnered without Broadjam.

-B Rob


Gary Wilson posted over 30 days ago


Thanks Rob, I really appreciate your response and advice. Very informative!.


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