(AllHipHop News) Anthony Scoe Walker is set to utilize his near decade of experience as a Bad Boy producer and A&R to develop artists through the newly founded Temp Music Management.
With labels reticent to spending any money on new artist development, Walkers company looks to assist new artists on industry protocols such as image consulting, production, and how to submit materials to labels.
Walker cultivated his career after arriving in New York from his native Lake Charles, LA.
After meeting with Bad Boy A&R Conrad Dimanche, he sold his first production track to Loon, and then moved on to work with 702, Tamia, Eightball & MJG, and Dream.
His work led to him handling A&R duties for Suavehouses Rick Ross LP Rise to Power. In Mario Winans and Conrad Dimanche, Walker retained two mentors that encouraged his vision to help new artists make a way in the ever-changing music industry.
"During my time producing records for Bad Boy, artist Mario Winans took me under his wing and showed me a lot of what I know now, Walker stated to AllHipHop.com. Relationships that I have forged with people like him and Conrad have been of insurmountable value to me, and I feel like I owe it to the next generation of music makers to share the knowledge I've gained."
Temp Music Management purports to offer clients an extended network of music executives, lawyers, and producers for consultations to empower the artist(s) for an eventual major label meeting.
Contacts include executives from Shady Records (Senior A&R Director Riggs Morales), Suavehouse (Tony Draper), and Def Jam (VP of A&R Lenny Santiago).
Interested artists can view the Temp Music Management website at www.tempmusicmanagement.com. The sites official launch will commence on February 7.