DJ Anomally Launches Innovative Music Investment Brand @RealBloodyCandy

By Eric N. Boston @EricBoston3 | June 1, 2023

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DJ Anomally Returns to Music Scene to Launch Innovative Music Investment Brand “Bloody Candy”

Bloody Candy, a new brand that provides resources to musicians, is gearing up to change the music industry.

The angel-investing brand was founded by Kyle Hamrick Sr. Hamrick is a veteran DJ and executive music producer. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry.

Bloody Candy seeks to collaborate on different projects such as singles, albums, EPs, music videos, and NFT collections. The mission statement for Bloody Candy is “to fuel the visions of our favorite music artists in a fair, artist-friendly, non-controlling partnership, offering resources to help push the vision.” They want to help artists succeed and see this as a way to serve and provide capital.

“I’m excited to launch Bloody Candy and help music artists reach their full potential,” said the Bloody Candy founder. “I’ve seen firsthand the challenges that artists face. I want to provide them with the resources they need to succeed. Whether it’s funding for a new album or just someone to bounce ideas off of, Bloody Candy is here to build partnerships.”

Bloody Candy is a very tech-forward brand

With experience creating NFT collections, the brand even receives and distributes payments in multiple crypto assets.

They plan to partner with the right artists and bring these utility-based NFT collections to life, helping to build and launch them for artists. The brand was founded with crypto and all aspects of Bloody Candy, including the website, 3D grill logo, NFT marketplace store, marketing, and Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domain name, were purchased using crypto.

The target audience is hip-hop, some pop, lo-fi, and worship artists. They want the fans and artists to see a generous heart. To know they have a passion to see them succeed with the music they drop.

The Bloody Candy name came from a brainstorming conversation with 1K Phew. After some names were thrown around, this one stuck as a playful vibe of “ear candy” and “washed in the blood.”

“We want to be more than just a funding source. We want to be a true partner to artists and help them achieve their goals. We believe that music has the potential to reach a global audience, and we’re here to help make that happen.”

These relationships have already begun to take shape

Their first partnership is new music in collaboration with Parris Chariz. In addition to that, there is music featuring 1K Phew beginning to materialize. Bloody Candy is trying to go beyond hitting the ground running and is already in talks with other high-profile artists.

More information about the aforementioned artists, and the names coming, will be revealed soon. Until then, keep your eyes peeled.


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