How Artist can make Leaked Albums work for them


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Let’s be real, albums leak all the time anymore. We have albums leaking the morning before they are supposed to release due to it be released in other countries. Then we just have albums being leaked a few days or weeks due to hacking or idiots selling the CDs when they aren’t suppose to,which can lead to fines. So I thought I would open the public relations vault in my head (it was locked up tight too) and think of ways to twist it to the artist’s benefit. There are only really two ways to do it (for now). So here’s how to make leaked music suck less:

When it leaks, release it and say “I did it!”

If you’re music leaks before the tentative release date, then just release it. Take it as your idea. Here’s the tweet you can release:

SURPRISE! I couldn’t take the stress anymore of making you wait for the music so I decided to release now!! http://bit.ly/1RqIH40

It’s a hint that you released it and told hackers that they can’t stop you. The good thing about this is you have still have the physical copies come out the day they are supposed to but just have the digital music come out when it get’s leak. Oh, if you decided to use my tweet, you have to use the gif because I said so.

 

Actually leak it yourself

It pretty much have two dates for your music: real release and fake release. The fake release is the one you tell people and the actual release is the day you decide to leak the music yourself. It makes your fans think you really really like because you’d leak your own music for them. The good thing is the same tweet would work, just with a more appropriate gif.

SURPRISE! I couldn’t take the stress anymore of making you wait for the music so I decided to release now!! http://bit.ly/1RqIH40

 

So the point of these way is to show the people who hacked it that you don’t really care.  Your message is got to be not caring but your gif must be grand and sarcastic af.

So the next time your music leaks, just go:

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