TechtonicPop's mission has always been to shine a light on the positive side of the music industry and highlight artists we feel deserve more love. With that in mind, we bring you The 16th Minute: Life After Limelight!
Every celebrity's life is celebrated when fame is on the rise, but when those 15 Minutes of fame are over, their career can often plateau. Each week, we'll cover a new artist and tell you what they're doing with their 16th minute of fame (and beyond!).
The artist we're highlighting this week is Cody Simpson. He got his start on YouTube in 2010 when his cover videos started going viral and he was signed by Atlantic Records. Now, he's on the rise again: he started a new band called Cody and the Tide, his acting career is blossoming, and he's dating Miley Cyrus! Listen to the episode to hear us cover his career from beginning to current day, and hear where we think he's going next!
Hit us up on IG if you want to talk more about Cody Simpson or if you think we missed anything!
Cody Simpson on IG: @CodySimpson
If you have a favorite artist who you feel deserves more love, let us know on IG! We want to highlight as many artists as possible and we accidentally forget people, too!
IG: @techtonicPOP / @itsjeremiahneil / @monicaLsoriano
New Episodes weekly on Thursdays.
The 16th Minute is a part of the @millennialmissionmedia podcast network.
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