An artist collective, creative marketing firm and label Mad Misfit is an imprint designed to implement artist development via an original approach to today’s music business and entertainment environment. Empowering artists and brand alike to embrace their individuality over following trends and other’s formulas for success. By cultivating an artists vision, Mad Misfit creates direct to consumer marketing and grassroots initiatives that breed engagement and relationship building with influencers and others resources.
Breaking the mold of a sign of today’s times which seemingly perpetuates cutting people out, the two decade and a half experience of founder Jason Mazur creates a balancing act between traditional success and modern distribution of product. Based out of the tristate, Mad Misfit has moving parts that extend globally allowing for both domestic and foreign drive. Launching a new chapter, the brand has recently opened an art gallery in Brooklyn (527A Myrtle) in collaboration with Voodo Fe who’s credits include work for designer Calvin Klein to commissioned pieces for Beyonce.
Mad Misfit has partnered with Artist/producer and songwriter Skywalker Dutch whose history under the Ruff Ryders umbrella has led to several notable projects be it albums and instrumental compositions. Consulting on Dutch’s recent label launch has put Mad Misfit in position to harness the talent of a stable of talent that frequent his studio in Yonkers NY. Another star in waiting and collaborative partner of Mad Misfit is AListFame who is credited with production ranging from Dave East to Rick Ross.
Not only respected for having their fingers on the pulse of new talent, Mad MisFit will be mentioned as a force behind classic brands like Zulu Nation, Half a Mil, Lost boyz, Mobb Deep, DJ Self, Dirty Harry, Envy, Pitbull, Lil Jon, and Snoop Dogg. As a production brand, Mad Misfit has curated content for Young MA, Zoey Dollaz, Tax Stone, and Illmind. The team recently worked on the long-awaited remastered Netflix documentary on the legendary Jam Master Jay alongside director Brian Oakes and Rahman Dukes.
Within its niche, Mad Misfit will continue to break ground on innovative ideas, bridging gaps and bringing dreams to fruition by helping artists and the audience gain proper perspective and affecting proper consumption of the arts by the people.