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Exclusive Interview with Joe Vango of Audiomack

Audiomack’s Secret Weapon

I recently had the chance to visit the Audiomack HQ and chat with Joe Vango, Marketing Coordinator. Joe is originally from Philadelphia and has made quite an impact in the music industry in a few year’s time. He speaks on bringing out James Shaw, the Waffle House hero, at Rolling Loud, the new Kanye produced albums, and artists he’s currently listening to. He also touches on J. Cole’s surprise KOD event in New York. Joe even shares how upcoming artists can garner his attention.

Joe got his start in the music industry writing for Hypefresh Mag, from there he began curating playlists. His knack for finding new artists and his keen sense of discovering new sounds made him visible to the Audiomack team. David Ponte, Co-Founder of Audiomack, sings Joe’s praises. “Joe is probably one of the most unsung taste makers in the industry,” with which I had to agree, “YES!” Ponte continues “He’s kind of like our secret weapon, he makes sure that we have the dopest upcoming artists on Audiomack first.” As a previous co-worker I can attest to all of this. #YouShouldKnowJoe

Watch the one-on-one interview above.

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It's Dolph! – The Role Model

Big Sh*t Talker Young Dolph is back!

The independent rapper making a lane of his own drops off a crazy new project. Role Model is the Memphis native’s fifth studio album. An album so anticipated, that local Memphis news channel Fox 13, decided to cover it. After releasing his single, Major, with Key Glock; Dolph enlisted the help of a few others. An OG, the new girl on the block, and some fan favorites.  Teaming up with Snoop Dogg for that sound only the west coast king can create. I Think I Can Fly, not to be confused with R. Kelly’s I Believe I Can Fly, is an ode to Mary Jane. He also tackles two other tracks with Kash Doll and Offset. Role Model features 14 tracks, giving you the perfect shuffle mix to bop to. Stream the album below.
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Entertainment Music Video

It’s Dolph! – The Role Model

Big Sh*t Talker Young Dolph is back!

The independent rapper making a lane of his own drops off a crazy new project. Role Model is the Memphis native’s fifth studio album. An album so anticipated, that local Memphis news channel Fox 13, decided to cover it. After releasing his single, Major, with Key Glock; Dolph enlisted the help of a few others. An OG, the new girl on the block, and some fan favorites.  Teaming up with Snoop Dogg for that sound only the west coast king can create. I Think I Can Fly, not to be confused with R. Kelly’s I Believe I Can Fly, is an ode to Mary Jane. He also tackles two other tracks with Kash Doll and Offset. Role Model features 14 tracks, giving you the perfect shuffle mix to bop to. Stream the album below.

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Entertainment Music

Exclusive Interview with Joe Vango of Audiomack

Audiomack’s Secret Weapon

I recently had the chance to visit the Audiomack HQ and chat with Joe Vango, Marketing Coordinator. Joe is originally from Philadelphia and has made quite an impact in the music industry in a few year’s time. He speaks on bringing out James Shaw, the Waffle House hero, at Rolling Loud, the new Kanye produced albums, and artists he’s currently listening to. He also touches on J. Cole’s surprise KOD event in New York. Joe even shares how upcoming artists can garner his attention.

Joe got his start in the music industry writing for Hypefresh Mag, from there he began curating playlists. His knack for finding new artists and his keen sense of discovering new sounds made him visible to the Audiomack team. David Ponte, Co-Founder of Audiomack, sings Joe’s praises. “Joe is probably one of the most unsung taste makers in the industry,” with which I had to agree, “YES!” Ponte continues “He’s kind of like our secret weapon, he makes sure that we have the dopest upcoming artists on Audiomack first.” As a previous co-worker I can attest to all of this. #YouShouldKnowJoe
 
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Watch the one-on-one interview above.