WHAT: SelectCon, the biggest creator conference from UnitedMasters, is coming to Brooklyn. Join us for a day of talks, performances, and small group mentoring sessions with access to UnitedMasters executives and other music industry leaders all focused on building a better future for creators with the return of SelectCon in its fourth year. Selectcon 004 will equip emerging artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs with the tools that they’ll need to design the future. We’re giving out free game so that artists and entrepreneurs are in the best position possible to design a future that we all want to live in.
The afternoon programming will feature a stacked lineup including live edition of UnitedMasters’ latest podcast, Mining Diamonds, featuring DJ Drama and hosts Jim Jones, Beef Jones and Nakia Booth; a live SelectConversations podcast recording with host Rachel Jackson and Coodie & Chike, the creatives behind the hit Netflix documentary “Jeen Yuhs”; plus hands-on workshops and community spaces that will provide attendees with the opportunity to connect and learn.
The evening will feature a fireside panel with UnitedMasters founder and CEO Steve Stoute and Issa Rae; a global DJ line-up featuring DJ Drama, Angel + Dren and more; and surprise performances from UnitedMasters artist partners.
WHERE: IN PERSON and ONLINE @ 74 Wythe Brooklyn, NY 11249 | RSVP Now HERE
WHEN: May 5, 2022: 1 PM - 10 PM | Doors open at 12:30pm
Must be 21+ to attend. Proof of vaccination required for entry.
Launched in 2017 by Translation founder and music industry veteran Steve Stoute, UnitedMasters provides a new industry alternative for independent artists. UnitedMasters gives artists access to premium music distribution services, a suite of tools to help them directly connect with fans, and opportunities for unique partnerships with some of the world’s biggest brands. The UnitedMasters platform enables artists to operationalize their independence and maximize their creative and economic potential while allowing them to maintain full ownership over their master recording rights.