Hip-hop producer Mark Eckert of Charlotte, North Carolina, is a major player in his field. Eckert, who has previously worked as a producer for Lil Baby, Future, and Joji, has a new project out called “SUPERSUPERCOOL,” and it’s been getting rave reviews. Eckert has always had a deep love for music, starting at an early age when he began playing the piano and drums and eventually majoring in music in college.
In addition to his musical accomplishments, he has also found commercial success as the CEO and founder of various businesses, including That Pitch, Cleared Music, That Playlist, and THAT NINETIES KID. Using That Pitch, he has helped independent musicians and producers from more than 30 nations have their music distributed by labels like Soundstripe and Artlist. There have been thousands of tiny placements of these tunes all over YouTube, podcasts, and other media outlets, with clients like Netflix, Hulu, Marriott, PBS, MTV, Burberry, Adidas, and Nike all paying royalties. Eckert also gives back to the community by donating a portion of the proceeds from That Pitch to the International Rescue Committee.
Eckert’s writing has appeared in a number of magazines, and he has spoken at music industry events like Charlotte SHOUT!, Success in Music, Confluence, The Platform, and more. Backpacking, visiting new places, and making music with pals are some of his favourite pastimes. Mark Eckert exemplifies the success that may be achieved with dedication and enthusiasm in the music industry.