(PRWEB) August 10, 2009
Think-Stars has signed talent with a high Impression Quotient (http://www.impressionquotient.com) to do strategic deals with companies who want to leverage their brands. Think-Stars "Private Clients" are highly visible on the Internet, which has converted into e-commerce for companies that have signed on to utilize the Think-Stars Viral Lab.
Think has International signed well-known brands and artists such as Panjabi MC to leverage impressions for sales. Panjabi MC released Indian Timing, which hit the number one Spot in Punjab retail outlets this February. PMC recently did a Pussy Cat Dolls Remix with Snoop Dogg Featured on the track.
Panjabi MC's music has been in featured rotation on ZeeTV and MTV Iggy. "Panjabi MC is a trusted name into a gateway of hundreds of millions of viewers. This type of media power is now being leveraged by savvy marketers who understand PMC's market power" Says Richard Victor Mahee, Stars Confidential.
In March Think-Stars signed Philly Chase a rising artists who is on the "Steppin" sound track for the Anthony Anderson Triumphant Entertainment Film, which is released this Tuesday in Theatres nationwide. Chase is also in negotiations with a major sport wear line to be the face of their heritage line.
In late June Think-Stars signed Cielo Deville is signed to Loyalty First Entertainment of South Orange New Jersey, is a rising R/B star, who has over thirty one million plays on his myspace page. Now Cielo is teaming up with the best music producers in the business for his release on a major distributor.
Think-Stars is working to close Corey Golden who has 30,000 teen fans and Savannah Outen a major product deal who has over 40 million views of her videos on Youtube.com. Savannah is also a chart breaker on the Disney Radio Charts and is signed to Keith Thomas of Levosia (http://www.keiththomas.com), who has numerous Billboard Pop Chart hits. Think has also lined up with clients that have strong brands and Internet presence that can convert sales.
Think-Stars executive team has picked only a few young developing talents that have "the goods and fit our strict criteria" to leverage its powerful network. Bands like The Dropa Stone, based in Orlando, Florida, has show dates lining up at venues such as the Viper Room (http://www.viperroom.com) and the Whisky Go Go (http://www.whiskygogo.com) in Los Angeles, CA. The band has a strong music foundation and has been given the thumbs up by music advisors who have numerous Grammy Awards to Think-Stars. The band will also finish their single for major-radio and is looking to land a sound track deal with partners of Think-Stars."
"Always Searching is a band that I am extremely excited about developing." Says, Richard Victor Mahee. It's lead singer Dru Serkes, has a budding off Broadway career but is slated to do major Indy film projects in 2009/10. Esperanza Rising (I'm playing the Mariachi). It's a "theatre for young audiences" show, and it goes up the two weekends in November before Thanksgiving at the Cutler Majestic Theatre (in Boston). It's an Emerson Stage production. The band also has strong musicians and a solid local following. "This band has so much individual talent. It is why we are building a long-term business around them. Members have as skill that transcend their band. Their Lead Guitarist Chris Penny will focus on working with well-known producers from the rock world while Matty McNulty, 17 will be a sought after drummer for the teen/tween tour circuit this fall.