Vicious Tunes Music Group is an independent record label and production company that caters to recording artists. We are the new approach to artist who want creative control of their projects and are disillusioned by the politics involved with major labels. The new generation of music-makers are following in the footsteps of pioneers such as Macklemore and Adele who are proving that artists of today no longer need the financial backing of the major record label.
Vicious Tunes Music Group provides all the services that artists need, in one location; to produce, create, market, distribute, promote and brand their music. Under the Vicious Tunes Music Group umbrella, a diverse team of seasoned industry professionals combine detailed marketing campaigns to help artists launch their careers. The company offers affordable industry standard services tailored to a flexible payment plan which delivers quality services and full packaging equal to any record label.
The services that the Vicious Tunes Music Group team offers include A&R, radio promotions, graphic design, video, publicity, viral marketing, music production, mixing and mastering, artist development, distribution and social media platforms. The company uses its resourceful contacts, equal to that of a major label, to help clients releasing their music worldwide, and compete with other top-charting artists.
Scott and Jasmine Coleson, Founders & CEOs of Vicious Tunes Music Group are also recording artists that have their finger on the pulse of the next generation of aspiring new artists. The Colesons, veterans of the business, are no newcomers to the challenges of the industry. Their career chronicles years in the business with a wealth of experience in composing music to songwriting, producing, artist development, engineering, audio mixing and mastering, vocal arrangements and more. Scott and Jasmine understand what it takes to make a hit record and the main ingredients for success.
Prior to launching Vicious Tunes Music Group, The Colesons were instrumental in producing, writing and or engineering songs for independent artists. As the climate in the music industry evolved, it became evident that major record companies were no longer investing big budgets to develop their acts and that most of the deals that were made by the labels usually benefitted the earnings of the record company more than the artist. Since artists needed to maintain a higher percentage of their profits from album sales - the need for an artist to sign with a major label had changed. That transformation encouraged the value of having the support of an independent label to become a necessity; which inspired Scott and Jasmine to launch Vicious Tunes Music Group