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Ted Lucas on Slip-N-Slide Records, Miami Hip-Hop, and R&B’s Comeback

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Slip-N-Slide Records founder and CEO Ted Lucas came on the podcast to talk about his influential record label. Slip-N-Slide was home to Trick Daddy, Trina, Rick Ross, Plies, and many more. We talk about the early days when Ted had to pay major record labels for distribution! We also talk about why his label stayed independent, why his artists had major deals with other labels, and R&B’s role in modern music. We also talk about SuperFest, the music festival he runs in Miami, and his rising artists Sebastian Mikael and Teenear. Lastly, we talk about Miami–it’s role in hip-hop and its role in tech, and all the VCs and tech folks moving to his city.

If you’re interested in how an indie record label can make moves in the music industry, this is the podcast for you.

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: Ted Lucas, @slipnsliderec, slipnsliderecords.com

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