It is not easy to breakthrough into the music industry, especially coming from a small town. Myrtle Beach, however, has a lot of talented people, all with their own connections. Starting with networking events, graphic design projects, and small dj gigs was all worth it for the connections TZM made along the way. Because of the work put in early on, TZM has hosted multiple live performances over the years as well as taken artists to other live events out of town. There have also been many opportunities to collaborate with the other local artists on mixtapes and videos, which have proven to be beneficial to everyone involved. These projects help boost the fanbases of each artist, and show the fans that it is not a competition as much as driving each other to do the best and make it to the top. TZM strives to put out the best material possible, that the local fans not only enjoy but can be proud of. The future is bright, and 2020 has been unpredictable yet has presented opportunities to outline where TZM is headed and how we are planning to get there.
One place to start is an attention-grabbing mixtape. Insert "Zombiez n Goblinz 20/20". Stemming from the 2018 Halloween mixtape, this Halloween TZM will present the sequel, featuring new graphics, artists, and never before heard songs. With plenty of material that was not able to fit on this mixtape, this can be a springboard for TZM to get the attention of the local artists ready to work with a company known in the community. It is not just about hosting a mixtape, it is about the artist/manager relationship, pushing the product to the fans, and constantly working on what's next.
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