CHRIS GOTTI introduces his new distribution company, ADD VENTURES MUSIC
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Thursday, January 14, 2016

CHRIS GOTTI introduced his new digital distribution company,
to the world at an exciting, star-studded launch party held at STAGE 48 in NYC. Among the celebrities in attendance were Ja Rule, Ashanti, Plaxico Burress and of course, his younger brother, Irv Gotti.

ADD VENTURES MUSIC has comprised a team armed with years of music industry experience who will educate artists on how to effectively manage their careers by showing them how to monetize their music assets and content, as well as brand themselves and their products.

AVM will offer services such as graphic design, mixing & mastering, DJ & radio promotion, marketing and music video production globally to artists throughout the music industry.

These services are comparable to those of a major record label at affordable prices, totally emancipating the artist.

New members of the
ADD VENTURES MUSIC community include
Boogie Byrd, Norman Bates, Kylie Marcus Blue,
Al Fundz, Scholar VMG, and
Don Dinero and Alex Fatt of AVM's Latin Division.

They all agreed that AVM gives them a huge advantage over artists signed to major labels.
"We have complete control over our musical careers. Each of us has a different career path and different needs as an artist. AVM gives us the opportunity to use as many resources as we want. It's amazing!", said singer/songwriter,
Kylie Marcus Blue.

ADD VENTURES MUSIC is at the helm of the movement of the NEW business of music.
The company, partnered with distributors like iTUNES, PANDORA, YouTube, VEVO, TIDAL and SPOTIFY will officially launch in April of 2016.
Instagram: adventuresmusic
Twitter: avmsocial
FB: Addventuresmusic

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