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    Run a nonprofit that helps sick children and families in domestics abuse shelters. Created a podcast to share fun stories about music. www.TheOriginalDoll.com
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  1. In college I learned that consumption of the "arts" like music and movies, they rely so heavily on the first week the public consumes it because if the sales are high, it means the made a profitable product. The music and film industry puts money upfront to pay for the project and wants to see return on investment. From here the labels and studios can say "We had the number one movie" or "We had the number one album with the artist". I believe for a while, the recording industry only had 10% of their artists as profitable. Which means 90% make no money or lose money for the artists. Having a number one album or high sales first week, allows the label to promote that to get other artists on to their label. I have been doing research on my podcast and have been learning a lot more about things like "why are first week sales important." It has prestige for artists, but ultimately it helps market the labels success.
  2. As I was doing research for my podcast, I learned that they knew she could sing but her A&R guy wanted to keep her voice young as that would sell well in the late 90s. When you see the actual production order the songs she recorded were finished for her debut and the demos, you can definitely hear a change in her voice. re: Her voice. Also, smoking for years doesn't help your voice, no matter how you sing. I think it was Adele who said that when she was pregnant she was able to sing differently.
  3. I've been able to interview different artists, producers, etc from the recording industry in a future episode I deep dive into this! You are correct on many things!
  4. I interviewed Davidson Ospina and we talked about his Oops! remixes, it was awesome to ask him questions about the behind the scene stuff. It was interesting to hear about how a remixer gets commissioned. Also, I am looking for lovers of music to be interviewed for future episodes! Let me know if you are interested! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-original-doll-britney-spears/id1528417596#episodeGuid=theoriginaldoll.podbean.com%2F44045d28-d041-3c54-85e9-84f1d4e061b6
  5. An interview I did with a music producer drops in a couple days in honor of OOPS Record Store Day. I am always looking to interview people about different Britney Spears songs, if you are interested hit me up! Here is where you can find the podcast, in case you use apple or Spotify. https://theoriginaldoll.com
  6. I started putting together a podcast and reaching out to people who worked with Britney and I started re-falling in love with so many of her songs. I didn't stop listening to them because I didn't like them, its just other songs took up that real estate on my playlists. For me, probably Brave New Girl, random, I know! But it was so weird and just made me smile. It was all about moving on and starting a new chapter. Which meant a lot to me at the time.
  7. So good! When I heard they were going to rush release a greatest hits I was worried they would through some filler out there, but legit the song is sooo good and I think it truly represented her at the time!
  8. I used Britney Spears music on my playlists when I was going through chemotherapy. What is story to a song by Britney Spears that you relate to the most? Thank you!
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