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The Come Up Show

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The Come Up Show

The Come Up Show

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Do you ever wonder what creatives go through to make their art? The Come Up Show Podcast explores the lows and highs that every artist faces. Our guests vary from legends (Wyclef Jean) to superstars (Kendrick Lamar) to the most promising up-and-comers (Sean Leon). Hear artists as you’ve never heard them before and make sure to subscribe.




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Latest Episodes

Sean Leon: Attachment is the root of all suffering

ESean Leon takes us through the lowest points in his career, his thoughts on promoting mental health in the black community, and destructing black masculinity. Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us onInstagram&TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the new book "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

65 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Sean Leon: Attachment is the root of all suffering

Lizzo shares stories about her struggles and sleeping in her car she named “Harvey Dent”

ESinger-rapper Melissa Jefferson aka Lizzo was born in Detroit, grew up in Houston (where she got her moniker) and eventually moved to Minneapolis and collaborated with Prince.There, she rapped with a few hip-hop groups but was equally drawn toward the indie-rock world. If you have heard my interview with her, you can tell how far she has come as an artist and popularity. 2019 is her breakout year with the #1 single, Truth Hurts on billboard for weeks. I think you’ll appreciate this interview, especially if you don’t know her come-up story.Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us onInstagram&TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the new book "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42 MIN2019 NOV 7
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Lizzo shares stories about her struggles and sleeping in her car she named “Harvey Dent”

Ruben Young talks Dreamstate, trusting yourself and how to remove yourself from your art

EThe Come Up Show podcast is back with a brand new interview!Our special guest goes by the name of Ruben Young, originally from Calgary, Alberta, and now resides in Toronto. Since Ruben's debut in 2017, he has released six singles and earned millions of streams, independently, on his own label, Young and Lucky. BOSS! *Rick Ross voice*.Ruben's crossover sound has given him the opportunity to share the stage with a diverse resume of artists from The Chainsmokers, Akon, Classified, Langston Francis and the Phony Ppl.Ruben's debut EP Dreamstate is an introduction to his world, and the time he spent travelling across North America writing and collaborating with other artists/producers. His writing experience includes sessions with T-Minus (Drake, Justin Bieber), Chin Injeti (Eminem, P!NK), Kuya Productions (Alessia Cara, JRDN), Classified, Slakah The Beatchild, and the list goes on."This EP is a step into the world of the blurry middle ground that stands between our dreams and the realiti...

55 MIN2019 OCT 3
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Ruben Young talks Dreamstate, trusting yourself and how to remove yourself from your art

You are going to have to serve two masters when you have a hit

EI'd like want to thank D.O. aka Duane Gibson and his team for another successful Northern Power Summit. From the educational panels and networking opportunities, there was a lot of informational gems, jewels, MAJOR KEYS (DJ Khaled voice). I moderated the Next Level panel featuring speakers Chris “Deep” Henderson and David “Click” Cox.Seemingly since the beginning of time, the hit single has been elusive, yet a huge source of pride for artists. As the industry has moved from radio spins to YouTube views to Instagram “likes”, what makes a hit these days? This panel will discuss how to determine success and how artists can find it in today’s music economy.Panellists biographyChristopher “Deep” Henderson is a multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning songwriter and music producer whose hits include Jamie Foxx & T-Pain’s “Blame It” along with a host of others from artists like 50cent with G-Unit, Trey Songz, Mario, Dru Hill, Jacob Latimore and others. In a career now spanning over...

38 MIN2019 SEP 4
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You are going to have to serve two masters when you have a hit

Tre Mission talks uprooting yourself & Orphan Black

EThis episode is a repost, when we did this interview Tre Mission talked about his album Orphan Black which he just released http://smarturl.it/orphan-blackTre Mission planted the seed for grime music in Toronto. He is a Toronto MC/ Producer who has made songs with grime legends such as Skepta and JME. Tre tells us it was a bumpy road before he dedicated himself to grime music, the importance of uprooting yourself, and how he expects to get paid for his art.Hosted by: Adulis "Chedo" MokananProducers: Jessica Persadie, Lidia Abraha, Chedo.Photography by: Harrison HainesSubscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us on Instagram & TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the new book "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

74 MIN2019 AUG 7
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Tre Mission talks uprooting yourself & Orphan Black

Making It From The 6IX

EI hope you enjoyed our previous panel from A3C in ATL. Here is another exclusive from the Northern Power Summit, which is a one-day conference with a showcase component. Their primary objective is to provide education and tools, as well as access to individuals to help artists and industry professionals develop their careers internationally.This panel features Rich Kidd, Rookz, DJ Andre 905. Take a look at the description below if you want to learn more about them, they do also give a brief intro about themselves. I’m excited about this panel and the gems that were shared.Toronto is recognized as one of the biggest hotbeds of musical talent in the world, but that hasn’t always been the case. This panel will dive into a discussion about tackling the challenges artists have faced due to the lack of infrastructure in the Canadian Urban Music industry. It will provide suggestions and solutions for how an artist can (and reasons they should) build their career locally to effectively ta...

32 MIN2019 JUL 4
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Making It From The 6IX

The Future of Sharing and Discovery

I moderated a panel titled ”The Future of Sharing & Discovery” at A3C in Atlanta. My panelists were Nikhil Shah, the cofounder of mixcloud. Nicole Johnson from head of Urban Marketing at Pandora, Daniel Sander is the Feature.fm which is platform that uses technology to build marketing, and analytics products for the music industry. Nick Merich is the Co-Founder of Songlink, a platform-agnostic music sharing app.The internet and streaming services have irreversibly changed the music industry. Artists are able to access more consumer with fewer barriers than ever before. Longstanding, traditional marketing and artist discovery methods are a thing of the past. Technology is disrupting the artist discovery process and turning sharing into a science. It is essential for anyone in the music business to understand the new landscape of music sharing and artist discovery.Panelists1) Nikhil Shah - Nikhil Shah is Cofounder of Mixcloud, a streaming radio service that connects listeners to the...

62 MIN2019 JUN 6
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The Future of Sharing and Discovery

Haviah Mighty: I am the underdog experience

EShe was named in the top 15 Toronto Rappers you should know in 2019. I met Haviah mighty several years ago in London while she attended Fanshawe College. I still remember her guest appearance on our radio show in 2012, there was a caller who was listening to her performance and sat in his car parked in his driveway for a half an hour because he was blown away.Haviah Mighty was raised in a musical household in Brampton, Ontario, Mighty started singing at the age of 4, rapping at 11, and producing at 15. She is well-known for being one of the three MCs who make up The Sorority. In 2018, Mighty’s track “Vámonos” appeared on HBO’s hit series, Insecure.If you haven’t seen Haviah live show, she opened up for Maestro Fresh Wes in London for the Juno’s, and Maestro legitimately said he was nervous that she made him step his game up.It was a pleasure catching up with Haviah Mighty to talk about her career, the importance of having the time to find out who she is an artist.Subscribe to...

33 MIN2019 MAY 9
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Haviah Mighty: I am the underdog experience

TCUS Podcast featured on CBC Radio & Summer Schedule

The Come Up Show Podcast was featured on CBC Radio One programPodcast Playlistwhich curates the best content and stories from the podcast world. Hosted by DJs Matt Galloway and Lindsay Michael. They featured a small piece of our audio documentaryNorthern Stars: Exploring the alternative to Toronto’s soundCheck out the write up from CBC about The Come Up Show Podcast http://bit.ly/2VNomyCWe're going to be taking a summer break and will upload the first Wednesday of each month starting in May!Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us onInstagram&TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the book I wrote "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

11 MIN2019 APR 17
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TCUS Podcast featured on CBC Radio & Summer Schedule

Classified on finances, state of music and attention spans

EIt’s only right that our 200th episode of The Come Up Show Podcast is with Classified. We’ve known each other for over 10+ years, and I’ve lost count of how many times he’s appeared on The Come Up Show. Classified has a storied career, he’s been doing music for over 20 years, while he has done shows overseas, Classified tours mostly in Canada, and he established a very comfortable life for himself. I appreciate this conversation because we talked a lot about finances, investments and how to manage your money as an artist. We also talked about the state of music, attention today and so much more.P.S. The Come Up Show put together a concert as part of JUNOfest that was a blast. Check out our pictures from the 2019 Juno Awards in London, Ontario on our Instagram.Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform: bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review: bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us on Instagram & TwitterJoin our newsletter: bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck ou...

34 MIN2019 MAR 28
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Classified on finances, state of music and attention spans

Latest Episodes

Sean Leon: Attachment is the root of all suffering

ESean Leon takes us through the lowest points in his career, his thoughts on promoting mental health in the black community, and destructing black masculinity. Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us onInstagram&TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the new book "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

65 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Sean Leon: Attachment is the root of all suffering

Lizzo shares stories about her struggles and sleeping in her car she named “Harvey Dent”

ESinger-rapper Melissa Jefferson aka Lizzo was born in Detroit, grew up in Houston (where she got her moniker) and eventually moved to Minneapolis and collaborated with Prince.There, she rapped with a few hip-hop groups but was equally drawn toward the indie-rock world. If you have heard my interview with her, you can tell how far she has come as an artist and popularity. 2019 is her breakout year with the #1 single, Truth Hurts on billboard for weeks. I think you’ll appreciate this interview, especially if you don’t know her come-up story.Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us onInstagram&TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the new book "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42 MIN2019 NOV 7
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Lizzo shares stories about her struggles and sleeping in her car she named “Harvey Dent”

Ruben Young talks Dreamstate, trusting yourself and how to remove yourself from your art

EThe Come Up Show podcast is back with a brand new interview!Our special guest goes by the name of Ruben Young, originally from Calgary, Alberta, and now resides in Toronto. Since Ruben's debut in 2017, he has released six singles and earned millions of streams, independently, on his own label, Young and Lucky. BOSS! *Rick Ross voice*.Ruben's crossover sound has given him the opportunity to share the stage with a diverse resume of artists from The Chainsmokers, Akon, Classified, Langston Francis and the Phony Ppl.Ruben's debut EP Dreamstate is an introduction to his world, and the time he spent travelling across North America writing and collaborating with other artists/producers. His writing experience includes sessions with T-Minus (Drake, Justin Bieber), Chin Injeti (Eminem, P!NK), Kuya Productions (Alessia Cara, JRDN), Classified, Slakah The Beatchild, and the list goes on."This EP is a step into the world of the blurry middle ground that stands between our dreams and the realiti...

55 MIN2019 OCT 3
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Ruben Young talks Dreamstate, trusting yourself and how to remove yourself from your art

You are going to have to serve two masters when you have a hit

EI'd like want to thank D.O. aka Duane Gibson and his team for another successful Northern Power Summit. From the educational panels and networking opportunities, there was a lot of informational gems, jewels, MAJOR KEYS (DJ Khaled voice). I moderated the Next Level panel featuring speakers Chris “Deep” Henderson and David “Click” Cox.Seemingly since the beginning of time, the hit single has been elusive, yet a huge source of pride for artists. As the industry has moved from radio spins to YouTube views to Instagram “likes”, what makes a hit these days? This panel will discuss how to determine success and how artists can find it in today’s music economy.Panellists biographyChristopher “Deep” Henderson is a multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning songwriter and music producer whose hits include Jamie Foxx & T-Pain’s “Blame It” along with a host of others from artists like 50cent with G-Unit, Trey Songz, Mario, Dru Hill, Jacob Latimore and others. In a career now spanning over...

38 MIN2019 SEP 4
Comments
You are going to have to serve two masters when you have a hit

Tre Mission talks uprooting yourself & Orphan Black

EThis episode is a repost, when we did this interview Tre Mission talked about his album Orphan Black which he just released http://smarturl.it/orphan-blackTre Mission planted the seed for grime music in Toronto. He is a Toronto MC/ Producer who has made songs with grime legends such as Skepta and JME. Tre tells us it was a bumpy road before he dedicated himself to grime music, the importance of uprooting yourself, and how he expects to get paid for his art.Hosted by: Adulis "Chedo" MokananProducers: Jessica Persadie, Lidia Abraha, Chedo.Photography by: Harrison HainesSubscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us on Instagram & TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the new book "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

74 MIN2019 AUG 7
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Tre Mission talks uprooting yourself & Orphan Black

Making It From The 6IX

EI hope you enjoyed our previous panel from A3C in ATL. Here is another exclusive from the Northern Power Summit, which is a one-day conference with a showcase component. Their primary objective is to provide education and tools, as well as access to individuals to help artists and industry professionals develop their careers internationally.This panel features Rich Kidd, Rookz, DJ Andre 905. Take a look at the description below if you want to learn more about them, they do also give a brief intro about themselves. I’m excited about this panel and the gems that were shared.Toronto is recognized as one of the biggest hotbeds of musical talent in the world, but that hasn’t always been the case. This panel will dive into a discussion about tackling the challenges artists have faced due to the lack of infrastructure in the Canadian Urban Music industry. It will provide suggestions and solutions for how an artist can (and reasons they should) build their career locally to effectively ta...

32 MIN2019 JUL 4
Comments
Making It From The 6IX

The Future of Sharing and Discovery

I moderated a panel titled ”The Future of Sharing & Discovery” at A3C in Atlanta. My panelists were Nikhil Shah, the cofounder of mixcloud. Nicole Johnson from head of Urban Marketing at Pandora, Daniel Sander is the Feature.fm which is platform that uses technology to build marketing, and analytics products for the music industry. Nick Merich is the Co-Founder of Songlink, a platform-agnostic music sharing app.The internet and streaming services have irreversibly changed the music industry. Artists are able to access more consumer with fewer barriers than ever before. Longstanding, traditional marketing and artist discovery methods are a thing of the past. Technology is disrupting the artist discovery process and turning sharing into a science. It is essential for anyone in the music business to understand the new landscape of music sharing and artist discovery.Panelists1) Nikhil Shah - Nikhil Shah is Cofounder of Mixcloud, a streaming radio service that connects listeners to the...

62 MIN2019 JUN 6
Comments
The Future of Sharing and Discovery

Haviah Mighty: I am the underdog experience

EShe was named in the top 15 Toronto Rappers you should know in 2019. I met Haviah mighty several years ago in London while she attended Fanshawe College. I still remember her guest appearance on our radio show in 2012, there was a caller who was listening to her performance and sat in his car parked in his driveway for a half an hour because he was blown away.Haviah Mighty was raised in a musical household in Brampton, Ontario, Mighty started singing at the age of 4, rapping at 11, and producing at 15. She is well-known for being one of the three MCs who make up The Sorority. In 2018, Mighty’s track “Vámonos” appeared on HBO’s hit series, Insecure.If you haven’t seen Haviah live show, she opened up for Maestro Fresh Wes in London for the Juno’s, and Maestro legitimately said he was nervous that she made him step his game up.It was a pleasure catching up with Haviah Mighty to talk about her career, the importance of having the time to find out who she is an artist.Subscribe to...

33 MIN2019 MAY 9
Comments
Haviah Mighty: I am the underdog experience

TCUS Podcast featured on CBC Radio & Summer Schedule

The Come Up Show Podcast was featured on CBC Radio One programPodcast Playlistwhich curates the best content and stories from the podcast world. Hosted by DJs Matt Galloway and Lindsay Michael. They featured a small piece of our audio documentaryNorthern Stars: Exploring the alternative to Toronto’s soundCheck out the write up from CBC about The Come Up Show Podcast http://bit.ly/2VNomyCWe're going to be taking a summer break and will upload the first Wednesday of each month starting in May!Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform:bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review:bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us onInstagram&TwitterJoin our newsletter:bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck out the book I wrote "Stop Playing By Their Rules: An Artist Guide On How To Market To Fans"bit.ly/2kgGzEV See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

11 MIN2019 APR 17
Comments
TCUS Podcast featured on CBC Radio & Summer Schedule

Classified on finances, state of music and attention spans

EIt’s only right that our 200th episode of The Come Up Show Podcast is with Classified. We’ve known each other for over 10+ years, and I’ve lost count of how many times he’s appeared on The Come Up Show. Classified has a storied career, he’s been doing music for over 20 years, while he has done shows overseas, Classified tours mostly in Canada, and he established a very comfortable life for himself. I appreciate this conversation because we talked a lot about finances, investments and how to manage your money as an artist. We also talked about the state of music, attention today and so much more.P.S. The Come Up Show put together a concert as part of JUNOfest that was a blast. Check out our pictures from the 2019 Juno Awards in London, Ontario on our Instagram.Subscribe to The Come Up Show Podcast on your favourite platform: bit.ly/2k57m7rShow us love and leave us a review: bit.ly/tcuspodcastreviewFollow us on Instagram & TwitterJoin our newsletter: bit.ly/tcusnewsletterCheck ou...

34 MIN2019 MAR 28
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Classified on finances, state of music and attention spans
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