Antwon's First Albums
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These are the first Albums by classic Hip Hop artist Antwon.
TERM: LIFE OF COPYRIGHT
CATALOG: This catalog is the complete master ownership of Antwon’s albums End of Earth, Fantasy Beds Mixtape,Heavy Hearted in Doldrums,In Dark Denim and the singles Metro Nome, Still Guarded and Don’t Care spanning the years 2011- 2014.
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TYPE OF ASSETS: MASTER RECORDINGS
LAST 12 MONTS REVENUE: $8,361
This is an excellent early catalog of masters from a prolific Hip Hop artist Antwon who started his career with his first album in 2011. This catalog includes his first four albums and three singles.
Born in Key West, Florida to an African-American father and a Filipino mother, Antwon grew up in Sunnyvale, California. He was a member of the Philadelphia-based hardcore band Leather, as well as the pop punk bands Sour Patch and How to: Summer.
Antwon’s first mixtape, Fantasy Beds, was released in 2011. In that year, he also released My Westside Horizon.
In 2012, Antwon released a mixtape, End of Earth. SF Weekly included it on the “10 Best Bay Area Hip-Hop Records of 2012” list. In 2013, he released a mixtape, In Dark Denim. It was listed as Spin’s “Rap Release of the Week”.
His first official studio album, Heavy Hearted in Doldrums, was released on UNIF and Nature World in 2014. In 2016, he released an EP, Double Ecstasy, on Anticon. In 2017, he released a mixtape, Sunnyvale Gardens. Red Bull placed it at number 20 on the “20 Best Hip-Hop Mixtapes of 2017” list.
These are early classic albums from Antwon spanning his first album through 2014.
Looking at the revenue you can see a steady decline until 12 months ago where it looks like it has hit flat line.
As expected Streaming represents 93% of income.
To follow up on that we see that Spotify represents the majority of the income as well, with Apple Music coming in second and YouTube third.
This represents the solid income stream and of listeners.
Spotify remains a strong pull for Antwon with 85K montly listeners.
If we look at the individual songs we see the top three songs represent 48% of the income with the rest of the top nine at 33% and the Rest at 19%. This is a good spread of songs with no one song taking in most of the money that might lead to some unexpected drop.
This is a very straight forward catalog with a classic artist where it looks like the songs have gotten to flat line from a revenue perspective.
We still anticipate a slight decline, but the good news is that Antwon is still releasing music and growing as an artist. He just release a new album this year and has more songs on the way.
RAW DATA in Excel HERE.