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Who Wants To Make It


Country United States
State Georgia
City Atlanta
Phone 404.946.8660
Website https://www.whowantstomakeit.com

Who Wants To Make It Reviews

Most Useful Comment
  • Nov 8, 2017

This company scams unsigned artist into thinking that they will win a record deal or in this case a $100,000 investment and a performance during BET weekend Jun 2018. They went by Making the next hit back in 2012 and promised a $250,000 production and distribution deal which turned out to be neither one in the end! I lost out on tousands of dollars. The make you vote for your favorite artist. Artist with the most votes win. Only thing is, VOTES ARE $2 A VOTE! Some people invest there life savings thinking they will make it only to end up on the tails end of a scam! Beware artist! whowantstomakeit.com is a SCAM!

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  • Sep 27, 2019

They doing it again

Their asking us now to sale 10 electronic TICKETS at $20 dollars a piece 4 a SPOT to PERFORM at da BET AWARDS

  • Sep 24, 2019

If you are in the atlanta area or surrounding cities or states and you are contacted by who wants to make it, please refrain from participating! this artist promoting so-called outlet is fraudulent and it is a total scam. Artists are tricked into believing that they will be attending the bet hip hop awards weekend when in reality, its never going to happen. In 2017 i participated alongside the creator of who wants to make i

It assisting with gathering in contacting up-and-coming, unassigned artist. I was promised a commission of sales in which i did not take, even though it was offered to me upon my resignation along with a non-disclosure agreement.

Being straight out of college and looking for work. I took the opportunity because i thought that it would to be a chance for me to have something really great on my resume. I thought having part in the bet hip hop awards weekend was going to be a net working booster. I thought this was going to be something that was benefiting the hip-hop and music culture.

The more i participated in so-called "meetings", the more i started to understand that this was a ploy to get free money from struggling artists, and to play on the emotions of people who thought that this was going to be a great opportunity for them.

What bothered me the most was that there were no " money" for promotions about this opportunity on other social media outlets ,there were no promotions from other radio stations, they didn't have a street team. They didn't have anything besides a makeshift facebook page, a poorly executed website, and very vague but "detailed" information about what artists funds were going to be used for. These men and women are collecting monies from people that are desperate and looking for their next break! artist are intrigued with the idea being at the bet hip hop awards, to possibly network with some of the greatest and best people in the music industry.

The longer i stayed, the more i found out that we did not have an outlet to attend the bet hip hop awards weekend, we didn't have a venue, we didn't have the "funds" to secure a venue. After all these artists have promoted to sell these tickets to attend. The incentive for this fake record deal that was never going to happen. I immediately parted ways with the company because of integrity reasons.

If anyone reading this is doing a background check on who wants to make it, checking the stats to see if this is a scam? I could guarantee you that it is, and you do not have an opportunity with these people! they are here to take your money, to exploit an opportunity that is not real! you would be better off not participating. Due to the fact that being a new artist, there are already a lot of disappointments and letdowns wthin your career. Having something like this shared with friends and family on social media outlets, you're asking people for their money for you not to have an opportunity that is not real.. For you not to attend the bet hip hop awards, is going to be an embarrassment that will never be forgotten.

Please take down the post, do not ask your friends and family to donate to a cause that is not going to benefit your music career, livelihood, enhance your quality of life, or help you out of a situation being the up-and-coming artist. This is not going to benefit you in the long run!

  • Sep 24, 2019

Who Wants to Make It( Please Don't Participate)

If you are in the Atlanta area or surrounding cities or states and you are contacted by Who wants to make it, please refrain from participating! This artist promoting so-called Outlet is fraudulent and it is a total scam. Artists are tricked into believing that they will be attending the BET Hip Hop Awards weekend when in reality, its never going to happen. In 2017 I participated alongside the creator of Who Wants to Make i

It assisting with gathering in contacting up-and-coming, unassigned artist. I was promised a commission of sales in which I did not take, even though it was offered to me upon my resignation along with a non-disclosure agreement.

Being straight out of college and looking for work. I took the opportunity because I thought that it would to be a chance for me to have something really great on my resume. I thought having part in the BET Hip Hop Awards weekend was going to be a net working booster. I thought this was going to be something that was benefiting the hip-hop and music culture.

The more I participated in so-called "meetings", the more I started to understand that this was a ploy to get free money from struggling artists, and to play on the emotions of people who thought that this was going to be a great opportunity for them.

What bothered me the most was that there were no " money" for promotions about this opportunity on other social media Outlets ,there were no promotions from other radio stations, they didn't have a street team. They didn't have anything besides a makeshift Facebook page, a poorly executed website, and very vague but "detailed" information about what artists funds were going to be used for. These men and women are collecting monies from people that are desperate and looking for their next break! Artist are intrigued with the idea being at the BET Hip Hop Awards, to possibly network with some of the greatest and best people in the music industry.

The longer I stayed, the more I found out that we did not have an outlet to attend the BET Hip Hop Awards weekend, we didn't have a venue, we didn't have the "funds" to secure a venue. After all these artists have promoted to sell these tickets to attend. The incentive for this fake record deal that was never going to happen. I immediately parted ways with the company because of integrity reasons.

If anyone reading this is doing a background check on Who Wants to Make It, checking the stats to see if this is a scam? I could guarantee you that it is, and you do not have an opportunity with these people! They are here to take your money, to exploit an opportunity that is not real! You would be better off not participating. Due to the fact that being a new artist , there are already a lot of disappointments and letdowns wthin your career. Having something like this shared with friends and family on social media Outlets, you're asking people for their money for you not to have an opportunity that is not real.. For you not to attend the BET Hip Hop Awards, is going to be an embarrassment that will never be forgotten.

Please take down the post, do not ask your friends and family to donate to a cause that is not going to benefit your music career, livelihood, enhance your quality of life, or help you out of a situation being the up-and-coming artist. This is not going to benefit you in the long run!

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