Wendy Day founded the not-for-profit Rap Coalition in March of 1992, out of disgust for the way urban artists are unfairly exploited in the music industry. Wanting to shift the balance of power to favor the artists, Wendy dumped her life savings (selling her condo, her stocks and bonds, and her BMW) into starting the advocacy organization to support, educate, protect, and unify hip hop artists and producers--in other words, to keep artists from getting jerked. She began listening to rap music as a fan in the early 1980s, and turned her passion for rap music into a career in the music business. Since 1992, both Wendy Day and Rap Coalition has impacted the urban music industry by helping, for free, thousands of artists, DJs, and producers individually, as well as through monthly panel discussions, seminars, demo listening sessions, cipher sessions, showcases, and fair deal negotiations.
Today, Wendy Day:
Wendy has worked with a veritable Who's Who of the music industry: Eminem, Master P's No Limit, Cash Money Records, David Banner, Twista, Do Or Die, Rock City, Slick Rick, Fiend, C-Murder, BloodRaw, Young Buck, Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, BG, Juvenile, Hot Boyz, Big Tymers, TMI Boyz, Ras Kass, Cormega, and many others...
Wendy Day has just published her first book in a series of affordable music industry How-To manuals called The Knowledge To Succeed: How To Get A Record Deal.
Veronica Belmont - about.me user since 2010
“First, customize your page. It’s easy and fun to design!”
Hi! I’m currently living in (City), where I work at (Work Place) doing (Job Title). When I’m not working I like to (Hobby), (Interest) and (Passion). Connect with me!
“Next, connect services and send people to your page.”
“That’s it! Let about.me do all of the work for you.”
Showcase a 360 degree view of who you are
Help people find and follow you on your social networks
Be found for new opportunities