LOYAL MUSIC GROUP IS A BUSINESS
LOYAL MUSIC GROUP – MUSIC, DIVERSITY, FLAVOR AND KNOW-HOW
Loyal Music Group is a new music production, events, and promotion company based in Atlanta. Comprised of a production team from Georgia, South Carolina, New York, California, and Texas, we are ahead of the curve in terms of music film and fashion trends, and target marketing on an international platform. Our goal in addition to events and promotions and production, is to serve the gaming community and composers in need of video and movie scores, as well as individual music artists and bands, both indie and mainstream. We are here to service any genre of music, film or fashion.
ARTIST/PRODUCER/WRITER – KENNETH GLOVER
Kenneth Glover hails from Charleston, South Carolina. Trained as a naval aviation air crewman, upon completion of his military duties, he went on to receive his degree in aviation technology. Kenneth also worked at NASA as a calibration technician. Later, he carried with him that early training and discipline acquired in the military, to propel his music career into the success it is today. After dabbling for a time in music production in Virginia, he began to receive requests from others to produce. Over time, he developed a real passion and it was at this point that he took his skills and his love of music to Atlanta.
Upon arriving in Atlanta, Kenneth opened Mercyless Records —his first music endeavor —with his brother, Reginald. The idea was to attract the attention of radio buyers and earn street credibility with Atlanta talent. Eventually, the Glover brothers parlayed that into writing and co-writing for others. They did indeed establish credibility with the first album, called The Competition. By 2015, the team had arrived, developing not only a reputation on the streets, but a solid reputation as producers and writers in the music industry. Upon release of Kenneth’s most recent album, Touch U, he received a Billboard Commemoration Award for the song, Nunna Dat. Loyal Music Group boasts a list of prestigious acquaintances including, BBC ENT., VH-1, BET, Atlanta Radio Station’s 107.9, 102.9, WJAM 99 in Tampa, and artists including Young Dro, Porsha Williams, Rasheda Bosschix, BOSSCHICK JANET and Metro Boyz ENT..
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Currently, CEO, Ken Glover, having taken LMG from seedling to the very successful Loyal Music Group today, hopes to expand the market from the current Atlanta center and New York and Los Angeles coasts, to the national stage. He has been producing and discovering new music for decades. Having managed teams of industry professionals as well as having mentored hundreds of others, he is a marketing maven and moreover, has built up a community of fans, venture capitalists, business owners, and music producers who trust and believe in his work.
THE TARGET MARKET IS GROWING!
The target market of Atlanta production companies in need of music, is growing. Loyal Music Group having established itself as a niche group in Atlanta before it was the trendy, “Hotlanta” serves us well as we forecast growth and profit margins over the next five years. It is no secret that the population of Atlanta has grown exponentially in the past five years and is projected to continue. The market has exploded in large part to entertainment, both film and music, and tech. According to AJC, Atlanta’s news on things current,
Films, tech and health care to lead way on Georgia jobs
Atlanta has produced the lion’s share of new jobs and that will continue. Much of the expected growth will come in sectors that are already thriving in the metro area, the CareerBuilder report predicted. ‘Atlanta is also now an entertainment industry hub, and it’s becoming a technical hub,’ said Michelle Armer, Chief People Officer at Career Builder.’ The flourishing film industry boasts the fastest growth in the region’s new higher-paying jobs. The number of film editors will grow by 49 percent, according to CareerBuilder. Demand for producers and directors will expand by 37 percent, CareerBuilder calculated.
The growth in film, music, and tech, serves only to bolster a company like Loyal Music Group, which combines all of these to provide music for films, videos, and gaming. Further, the events and promo wing of Loyal Music Group, will serve the overwhelming need for both tech and film production to cater and entertain executives and celebrity clientele. If we only look at the 49% growth in editors, the established music catalogue and reputation, will usurp that market and those in the next wave of transients who are arriving each day. Thus, the 20% increase profit margin, is a moderate number derived by taking the current projected growth without the new influx of production companies, and the new growth and coming up with a mean number.