18/02/2021 London, UK ‘Humans’ Video, Unheard Voices and a Viral Future Yaksta’s 2020 music video, ‘Humans’, gains relevance going into 2021 as virus and vaccine discussions go viral #TrendHumans Jamaican recording artiste, Yaksta, was very selective about who would be commissioned to shoot the music video for ‘Humans’, a song released in October, 2020 that … Read more
We are offering the chance for exceptionally talented artists to win USD$50,000 worth of music industry services to boost your career. Music Career Consultation Service including advice on A&R, career development and branding Production assistance including studio sessions and track production Music video and photo shoots Distribution on the main global platforms and playlist pitching … Read more
Runabeat Music releases an interview with Zimbabwean Afropop star, Garry Mapanzure, discussing each track from his debut EP, ‘Sushi Season (The First)’, and exploring the inspiration behind it. Sushi Season (The First), released under London-based record label, Runabeat Music, consists of eight professionally delivered tracks that showcase Garry Mapanzure’s vocal brilliance and artistic variety. In … Read more
Jamaican artist, Yaksta, set to release his topical new single, ‘Humans’; a unique track with a poignant message. Yaksta’s new single, ‘Humans’, is inspired by the global events that have dominated 2020. He explores themes of corruption, isolation and devastation as a result of war, disease and human greed. Released via record label, Runabeat Music, ‘Humans’ … Read more
Garry Mapanzure, also known as “African Sushi”, is a 22-year old Afropop singer from Zimbabwe, whose latest EP, ‘Sushi Season (The First)’, has dominated radio and digital airwaves in Zimbabwe and the diaspora since its release in March 2020. The EP, released under his London-based record label, Runabeat Music, consists of eight professionally … Read more
According to Altman Weil’s 2018 Chief Legal Officer Survey, corporate legal departments are spending more on internal expenditures than on outside counsel for the first time in the history of this survey, with 48% allocated to in-house spend, 45% to outside counsel, and 6% to other non-law firm vendors.
When your job involves developing innovative technology, it’s easy to get so wrapped up in figuring out what you are going to do next, how you are going to do it and when you can deliver it, that you forget about why you are doing it in the first place. As a Product Manager working on InterAction® customer relationship management software, I’ve have had the opportunity to spend the last year actively listening to our clients and have learned some invaluable lessons along the way.