Independent music company 10K Projects has signed multi-platinum producer/writer, multi-instrumentalist Taz Taylor and his creative collective Internet Money to a joint venture label deal.
The first track released under the new agreement is Somebody, by Internet Money featuring Lil Tecca and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie which is being released on all platforms tomorrow (October 11).
Taylor, who started his career selling beats from his bedroom online, has been associated with some of the biggest hip-hop hits of the last two years, contributing to tracks for XXXTentacion, Desiigner, Kodak Black, Trippie Redd, Juice WRLD, Big Sean, Drake, Gucci Mane and Chris Brown.
More recently his work with Lil Tecca on his Ransom single was a Top 5 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.
Other artists currently being developed under the joint venture are Iann Dior, who’s “Gone Girl” featuring Trippie Redd is currently on the charts, and Florida-based PoorStacy.
A self-taught musician from Jacksonville, Florida, Taz Taylor first emerged on the scene, selling beats for a one-time fee.
He also developed a variety of software sound packages for sale online. Within two years, Taylor was generating more than $500,000 annually with his online business.
In 2017 he signed a music publishing deal with Warner/Chappell’s Artist Publishing Group.
Taylor’s Internet Money youTube channel has more than 300,000 subscribers and millions of views.
To date he has invited such producers/beatmakers as Nick Mira (Juice WRLD, Post Malone, Tierra Whack), JRHITMAKER (Drake, Rich The Kid, Tekashi 6ix9ine) and KC Supreme (Megan Thee Stallion, Iann Dior, Trevor Daniel) into the Internet Money fold.
“Taz Taylor is a proven hitmaker who we believe will unearth and unlock true talent across multiple genres.”
Elliot Grainge, 10K Projects
“Taz Taylor is a proven hitmaker who we believe will unearth and unlock true talent across multiple genres,” said 10K Projects Founder and CEO, Elliot Grainge (pictured right).
“Taz has the rare ability to not only create great music in the studio but mentor up-and-coming artists and producers and build hugely successful teams outside of it. We’re thrilled to be working with Taz and his entire team.”
“I’ve always had aspirations beyond being in the studio. I can’t wait for people to hear what’s next.”
“I’ve always had aspirations beyond being in the studio,” said Taylor (pictured left).
“We may come from different backgrounds, but Elliot and I are basically the same age, we have the same hunger for success and the same belief in taking big bets on artists we believe in. I can’t wait for people to hear what’s next.”Music Business Worldwide