A new platform launched this week by rapper Rowe Rowe is about to change the game for the music industry.
The Royal Interval, an online platform supporting music labels and artists in the cloud, will bring a new suite of tools that renders traditional CD and lyrics-on-paper submissions obsolete.
With the changing ecosystem for digital music production, A&R and artist promotion, The Royal Interval is positioning itself to become a place where producers and songwriters can make sure that they are being compensated fairly for their tracks – while being a go-to for digital organization within publishing groups.
Rapper Rowe Rowe, who’s launching his first company to digitize the record label space, said to Digital Weekday, “I’m passionate about computer science and data analytics, and believe that artists should be involved in a multitude of fields.”
The Royal Interval’s main competitor in the music industry is Disco, but where it differentiates is in how it allows publishing groups to digitally organize their assets in the cloud, benefitting songwriters and producers.
Artists can sign up for free to use the platform here.
Among the host of tools available on The Royal Interval include a real-time feedback widget for managers within the same label as well as a fast and easy upload area for submitting new projects. The platform will also act as a private management suite, therefore enabling big labels like Columbia Records and others to connect projects internally.
As the music industry goes through a fundamental change, and the relationships between artists, managers and producers evolve, Rowe Rowe aims to sell his new company to a label keen to get a technological advantage in the coming years.
The young rapper also wants to give back to his community by setting up a coding program in underfunded areas of Los Angeles – encouraging up and coming freelancers and entrepreneurs to learn how to build their own companies, and find work.
To get the latest updates from Rowe Rowe, follow his Instagram for further announcements.