2020 proved to be a year of many possibilities for music producer, entrepreneur, and former music artist Hanz Nobe as he, along with the MarcWin team, received his first Billboard entry with the song “Unbreakable” by Andrada. The same single also reached number 23 on the Compilation Charts. In the same year, he started working with Faylita Hicks for the project known as Right of Return USA, and he also founded his company Room380, which is fast becoming one of the most promising multi-service production companies in the world today.
Room380 is now composed of a team of highly skilled musicians, producers, songwriters, and engineers from different regions of the world, all ready to take on the diverse needs of their clients where it concerns career development.
“As a former artist that funded his own tours, built his own studio, created his own companies, and performed in front of thousands, I know how hard it is to be an artist,” Hanz Nobe explained. “So the purpose of my brand is to give game to indie artists and connect with them. I want them to see and hear about the day to day which may include me checking emails for 6 hours straight. I want them to know that sometimes I’m in more meetings than I am in the studio. I am working on becoming a better producer, beatmaker, and musician while building a business. I use this ‘journey’ as a way to inform artists what it takes to run a company and cut through the noise.”
Back in 2006, Hanz Nobe became a member of the Texas State University’s collegiate program called Hip Hop Congress, a national organization dedicated to excellence in hip-hop. It was during that season of his life that he developed his own distinct musical brand, one that is straightforward and emotionally provocative. His compositions, right from the very beginning, always made him stand out as a producer. In 2011, he toured with a popular Austin band known as Soul Tree Collective. At that time, the band did opening performances for the likes of Grammy winner Ledisi, and Grammy nominees Tank and Charlie Wilson.
This year, Hanz Nobe continued to take on more exciting projects, including expanding the one he started with Hicks for the Tony Award-winning movement Broadway Advocacy Coalition. The project, called Bar for Bar: After Party, was nationally introduced through Playbill, Broadway Shows, and The New York Theatre Guide. The choreopoem for this project was directed by Tia Williams, while he produced the two original tracks.
With the rise, ease, and advancement that digital technology has provided music producers and artists alike, Hanz Nobe is strongly leaning toward establishing his own digital media company under Room380 in the next few years to stay ahead of the game and provide his clients with state-of-the-art services. He remains confident about this direction as most of the discussions in his meetings involve the trends, consumer behavior, data, and how to monetize digital media services.
He is also looking into the possibility of offering artist development services as a stand-alone product that clients can benefit from greatly. With his exceptional track record in transforming artists from being an unknown personality in the music industry to being a headlining act at SOB’s in a matter of six months, it is safe to say that Hanz Nobe knows exactly what he is getting into.
As he continues to serve as a beacon of hope to many aspiring music artists who wish to make a name for themselves in the music industry, more and more young people and independent artists today will continue to pursue their dreams and achieve success with his help.
Find out more about Hanz Nobe by visiting his website.