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Death is easy; comedy is hard.” ‘How’m I doin’? Fine, thanks, but my rhymes are sick!”
Musical chameleon and comedian Professor P-Soop, the man who put the harm in harmony, is blazing his own trail with a unique mashup of rock, rap, comedy and more. Occupying his own little shelf space in the musical grocery store! The Prof. plays all parts and does all vocals except for lead vocals as indicated and some programmed percussion. ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic meets Black Sabbath and Ice-T (with a splash of Monty Python).
The Prof. started playing bass in garage bands in the 70’s, attempting to cover Kiss, Alice Cooper, etc. In the late 80’s/early 90’s he was in a satirical group called Trash Trio. He wrote his first rap song (The Santa Claus Boogie…don’t ask) in app. 1990 and was personally dissed in NYC by Biz Markie, who (understandably) did not like the song! Undeterred, he kept calm and carried on. Today, the Professor and Mrs. Soop own and operate a smog test station and school (so he really is a professor). Between customers he slips into his classroom (which doubles as the Soop Kitchen) and lays down tracks. People sometimes ask, “Professor, how do you get that awesome cheap sound? Are you using one of those state-of-the-art Cheapness Simulators?” No, friends, you know he’s too wily for that. He simply uses cheap equipment! He plays all parts and handles the producing himself so…that explains a lot! He had a song played on major market radio (a few times) in approximately 1991 featuring a guest female vocalist, as on the four tracks here with Cydney Rothblatt.
In addition to the third full P-Soop LP being completed and an Anthology in the works (Soopremacy), he is compiling songs for a full album of ‘normal’ songs (Tell Me a Story) to be sung by some lucky female vocalists yet to be determined. One the one finished track, the amazing Sharon Rachman appears, handling vocals on Up to and Including Love. Finally, the Prof. is a novelist and screenwriter as well. His first novel, Bad Actors, is available on Amazon. His book of Christian discernment is also there, called Not as Fools, But as Wise. Until the Soopremacy Tour rolls out, you can only see the Prof. on Sunday morning, playing bass or guitar or occasionally drums in church. Naturally, he keeps his egocentric showmanship in check.
WHEN YOU FIND OUT THE BLACK COUNT OF ANJOU IS YOUR RELATIVE
So it’s always fun to find out what your roots are. But sometimes you may be in for a huge surprise. Like when you go back to the 10th century and find out you are related to one of the bonifide “Mad Monarchs”
But I must say, having a sister who anonymously cyberstalk me, it explains a lot.
The Black Count, Fulk Nerra was one bad ass dude. Cross him and you’d better leave town because he’d destroy everything you have if you got on his bad side.
After all he did burn his bride at the stake in her wedding dress no less after catching her doing the wild thang with one of the sheep herders.
He later did go off on self flagellation tangents to Jeruselum to atone for his diabolical deeds not to mention he was one hell of an architect figuring out how to build stone castles instead of rotting wooden ones. So I guess he wasn’t all bad.
He was a little demanding coming to the studio haunting me until I wrote, recorded and released a song about him
My lead guitarist was making a few innocent jokes about him and was suddenly given an ugly shock while holding his guitar. But we have been recording in the same studio for 12 years and that was a first. So I guess The Count’s temperament hasn’t even softened in death.
Anyway I hope you enjoy my tune about his misdeeds.
Since we are cousins or whatever I feel entitled to take artistic liberties. And if he wasn’t pleased I’d already have been in for a shock or two myself I am sure.