The music tech startup makes it easy for users to explore and discover all participating creators on songs they love.
— Dallas Austin
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA, May 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Atlanta, GA) GRAMMY award-winning producer and songwriter Dallas Austin speaks to Deepr® Founder Austin Webster about how Deepr® is a compelling app to be used to discover sung and unsung creators of songs across all music genres. Austin and Webster go through several songs like Creep by TLC in Austin’s catalogue to reveal several music creators who have written, produced or mastered songs. Another highlight includes them revealing that a sample of Sly & the Family Stone’s song, Thank You, was used for the iconic song, Rhythm Nation, performed by Janet Jackson and produced by music pioneers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. You can tune into this conversation tonight at 5pm PT/8pm ET here.
The app is Black-owned, Atlanta-based, and backed by Google. The tech startup was founded by design and software development specialist Austin Webster, and former Motown Records Business and Legal Affairs Executive Darrell Thompson. Described as Shazam meets IMDB for music, Deepr® makes discovering music 10x faster by…