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Breaking Hits App Turns Up the Volume on Amplified Authentic Opinions in the Music Business

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Breaking Hits, an organized aggregator of an authentic opinion App, is ramping up to launch its pilot program. The first will focus on the Super Bowl and the second on Valentine's Day. Both will ask, "Retire or fire?" and ask music and non-music related questions. It's a new voice that music industry pros will want to hear.

On February 4, 2021, "Retire or On Fire Super Bowl Day Review," will ask a series of questions focused on which players people think should retire or who are on fire for the next season. The second one to launch on February 11, seeks people's authentic opinions about which love song artists and love songs should be retired as well as those on fire.

The Breaking Hits App looks to differentiate opinion from fact. Its goal is to ditch the hype and get the real opinions of listeners for others as well as the music industry at large. Through their voice, people can engage directly with the music and entertainment world. This app ensures that all opinions are accounted for and amplified.

"You are more than a number, a like or a vote. You are a voice. You are part of an authentic collective that is heard, honored and amplified to artists, their representation, managers, investors and record label," Neil Collins, Breaking Hits, CEO and founder says. "We're compiling authentic opinions from real music listeners, vetted influencers and verified music industry pros and then bringing that authentic intel and data to the artists and labels."

Loren Weisman, brand messaging strategist and author of "Music Business for Dummies," and "The Artists Guide to Success in the Music Business," says, "We've seen a great deal of money and time wasted in creating connections to consumers. The tone across social media has left many users feeling confused, annoyed, unheard and under-appreciated. Some people have been able to purchase votes, likes, views, listens and comments, while voting as much as they like and this may be harming more than helping. This app has the authority that I believe artists, labels and investors are hungry for."

Breaking Hits is available on iOS and Android and allows people to discover the latest music, videos, breaking artists and fresh sounds shared exclusively by the talent, management, labels, radio stations and sponsors that are hungry for the authority intelligence to make those next-step promotional decisions.

On April 3, Breaking Hits is also launching 4,3,21 Ignition and Launch: All Opinions Go Debut. It's inviting interested artists to be part of it and to get in touch by filling out a form at: to be considered as a featured artist or brand for this next phase.

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Music Entrepreneur Mia A. Irizarry Launches TrendCulprit’s ‘Music as a Business Telesummit’ Featuring Renowned Industry Specialists

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Mia A. Irizarry, a successful music entrepreneur and the CEO of TrendCulprit, an online music business and support portal for independent artists, has gathered some of the industry's most brilliant minds to discuss their views, techniques and secrets to the business. Their insightful presentations will be revealed September 5 through September 25 as TrendCulprit hosts the innovative "Music as a Business Telesummit."

The telesummit will release a new online interview daily for 21 days from top music industry professionals, including producers, publishers, agents and artists. All aspects of the music business, from songwriting to publishing to distribution and marketing will be covered. The free interview series is available by signing up at

The panel of experts will include, among many: Ritch Esra, former Director of West Coast A&R for Arista Records; Foster V. Corder, former Director of Music Video Production for Capital Records; Eric De Fontenay, international music promoter and founder of Music Dish; Alonzo Williams, the "Godfather of West Coast Hip Hop" recently seen on HBO's "The Defiant Ones" series; and Alexia Erlichman, co-founder of Music Gorilla.

"TrendCulprit recognizes the ongoing needs of bands and performing artists as they navigate their careers, so we are beyond excited to offer this free 'Music as a Business Telesummit' to indie artists!" cites Irizarry. "It is a valuable platform for not only information but also serves as a beneficial resource for services and service providers. The specialists who participated in the summit are veterans who share insights that can alter the course of an artist's musical journey. This telesummit will be a game changer for artists and performers."

About Mia A. Irizarry:
Mia A. Irizarry is a Puerto Rican, certified global business practitioner, a music and apparel entrepreneur, a front-end web developer and a renown international dancer living in Los Angeles' Venice Beach. In 2012, Mia founded Trend Culprit, a digital music marketing agency, providing musicians around the world with innovative music marketing, promotion and exposure. She is supported by a team of pioneering global thinkers. Mia has over 19 years of experience in the performing business, touring yearly, around the world with established dance companies.

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