(PRWEB) August 18, 2012
Len Woolfolk will utilize the RH3 University Artist Development platform to identify, engage and growing their fanbase.
My goal is to empower, inspire and educate musicians, artist and managers to obtain a sense of security, control and longevity in their career.” says Len Woolfolk.
With the RH3 University Artist Development platform combined with the myWORLD Mobile™ platform a targeted viral and social media platform which truly exposes fans to a world of content-driven engagement and monetization features that leverage social sharing in an innovative and clever way, the team feels that they can really focus and execute on their core mission which is to make artist money. myWORLD Mobile™ founders Bildad St. Louis and Kenneth Colston say that they are excited about the partnership and the official launch of RH3 University.
"We feel that we have the right mix of technologies, music industry know-how, in-house talent, and content distribution outlets and strategies to create real value and visibility for our artists to enable them to take their careers to the next level working within our ecosystem and be fairly compensated for their efforts. This is what what we identified as a clear need for artists in the music industry and is currently our primary focus".
Len Woolfolk co-founder of RH3 University stated that "A large percent of tomorrow's music business leverage will be highly influenced by the Artist, the DJ's and the Consumers. With that being being said, my goal is to help artist to make money".
The team has also joined forces with Richard Victor Mahee who has recently launched an integrated media platform that hand picks content from social networks and delivers it to the most substantial media outlets in the world. Founded by serial entrepreneur, Richard Mahee, Mahvrick (Richard Victor Mahee backwards) now distributes content to 150 million users through videos games, digital retailers and news media outlets worldwide. Mahvrick has uniquely positioned itself by integrating credible social media to mass media with strong user base and high unique impressions.
In August 2010, Mahvrick client, Chinese Pop Star, Ayi Jihu broke the music industry sound barrier by having 100 million downloads of "Sad Sweet Dreamer" to mobile phones. "We developed a platform that allows our clients to get their message out via credible news outlets or digital retailers without tons or red tape”. The key to Mahvrick's success has been its scalability, but also its exclusivity Mahvrick does not allow just anyone selling a message onto its network. Since then Mahvrick has gone on to consult one of the top grossing rock bands from touring revenues in the world on global Internet strategy.