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In our 100th episode of the Music Business Podcast, we sit down with Anthony Martini, CEO of Commission.
With over 15 years of experience in the music industry, Anthony Martini has worked across multiple genres and sectors of the music industry, with his start working with metal acts like Lamb of God, Behemoth, and Terror. He then joined Crush Management (Sia, Fall Out Boy, Train, etc.) before launching his own management company, The CMSN, where he discovered and developed Tyga. Subsequently, he founded record label Commission, where he signed artists including Lil Dicky, MadeInTYO, and IDK. In 2019, Billboard Magazine recognized him as an R&B/Hip-Hop Power Player.
In today’s episode, we discuss breaking Tyga, including his start with Young Money earlier in his career, as well as Lil Dicky, including a story about how his hit single “Save Dat Money” came to be. We additionally discuss the values and lucrative risk taking that contributed to his successful career.
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