Music Producer Joe Dancsak Launches 3000Music Label
New Music Features Lil Wyte, Apache Chief, Nate Sylak
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Record Producer Joe Dancsak, who under his working name of JDVisionquest3000 produces a mix of hip hop, electronic and rock music out of his Los Angeles studio, has launched record label 3000Music and its new website www.3000Musicgroup.com.
After releasing 7 singles and remixes in May and June, Dancsak was quoted as an industry source in a feature article about rapper Nate Sylak, who Dancsak produces. Eventually the article went viral and trended on the Twitter home page twice in the same day, exposing the rapper and producer to thousands of followers.
To capitalize on his momentum, Dancsak spent the summer and early fall preparing the launch of www.3000Musicgroup.com by hiring Park Boys LLC to do web design and customize his social media. Dancsak then completed 19 songs to accompany the launch of the website on November 20th, where free downloads and artwork are available to fans.
Featured on the new website are 4 remixes of the single "Upstate Let's Go", with a vocal by Hypnotize Minds rapper Lil Wyte. Wyte, a platinum artist who has charted in the top ten in the U.S. Rap and R&B charts multiple times, was discovered by Academy Award winning rap group Three Six Mafia. Wyte's latest album, Still Doubted, was released in June and debuted at #23 in the U.S. Rap Charts.
Also featured on the remixes are verses by New York rapper Apache Chief, who has garnered regional radio play with his hit "Birthday Suit", Detroit/L.A. rapper Tone Fresh, Black Sheep Wall singer Trae Malone, and Sylak, who also provided one of the hooks.
"Upstate", first recorded by Chief and his producer Matty C. in New York, saw Dancsak writing on and off for nearly a year before having all the music to complete the mixes. Dancsak used elements of hip hop, dubstep, house and rock music to distinguish one remix from the other.
When the new website went live Dancsak immediately saw a positive reaction from fans as thousands of people followed on Twitter and began downloading and sharing the music. According to Dancsak, "At one point about a thousand people followed at almost the same time. It was pretty cool. Now through all the social media accounts I manage I can reach almost a quarter of a million people."
"The entire project was a challenge I made for myself, and I met the challenge," said Dancsak. "I think I proved that I am a producer and writer capable of taking on a very large task, and not losing my way as an artist while I'm doing the job." Dancsak finished the mixes with the help of engineer Joshua Aaron, whose past credits include Jason Mraz and rapper Chamillionaire.
Dancsak plans on releasing a string of new singles over the next three months under the JDVisionquest3000 moniker and 3000Music brand. In addition, Dancsak is working on a new EP with Sylak and the launch of the 3000Beats Soundclick page. The page will be a marketplace for up and coming rappers and songwriters to buy or lease beats directly from Dancsak for use in their albums and mix tapes.
For more information on Joe Dancsak, JDVisionquest3000 and 3000Music visit or contact:
Media Contact: Joe Dancsak 3000Music, 818-601-6255, firstname.lastname@example.org
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