New Millennium Artists
New Millennium Artists represents the melodies, and the unspoken words of the freedoms, the diversity, and the music of our universal quest for change. This collaboration of profound artistry represents the beliefs that greed, plagiarism, and monopoly have fueled the music industry for far too long. Musicians, vocalists, publishers, and other music industry professionals from the East to the West Coast of the United States have united together to create New Millennium Artists. Artists featured on this album have worked with celebrities, and entertainment industry leaders including: ABC, MTV, Chevrolet, Recording Artists - Pink, Matt White, & Rage Against The Machine, Actress/Singer - Tichina Arnold, Hip-Hop Dance Star - Wade Robinson, and Pop-Punk Band - New Year's Day. New Millennium Artists features diversified music genres including Rock, Hip-Hop, Pop, Acoustic, Reggae, Indie-Folk, Pop-Punk, and R&B. The artists featured on this album have been carefully selected by the publisher, Hear Karmic Music, of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). Separately these artists have toured the United States, been featured on television, printed in media publications, and have been broadcast on radio stations from California to New York. Z104's "Zoo Morning Radio Show" broadcasted New Millennium Artists on a live radio show to an approximate 235,000 listeners. The live radio interview featured several of the artists on the album and spotlighted Recording Artist Jonathan Bradford playing his hit single "Rainy Days," live and on-air on the popular radio show. Together these artists represent New Millennium Artists and include: A Day Not Far Away, Bamboo, Frank Willow, Jonathan Bradford, Karma Butler, Lance Eubanks, Moneypenny, and Scraping the Skies of VA.