Los Angeles – Hip-hop group Public Enemy has reached its
$75,000 fundraising goal on fan-financed recordings service Sellaband, Music
Ally reports. The group had abandoned a previous goal of $250,000, after
fundraising plateaued at around $70,000. "We’ve had explosive starts,
media attention, corporate troubles, media criticism, recalculations and finally
resurgence," the band wrote. "When its all said and done, the bottom
line is that we never lost faith in ourselves, our fams and the future of fan
funding as a model."


Related Links: