Matt Corman is a talented independent rap artist who has quickly captured the music industry’s eyes and ears. Tattooed on this independent musician’s arm are the strong words “Make It Happen,” which serves as a reminder of how he made his rising music career happen. At present, he is making significant strides in the music community as he challenges himself to release weekly tracks for the rest of 2020 and throughout 2021.
“Make It Happen” (MIH) is the brand and record label established by Matt Corman. It represents the reality and challenges he faced as an independent artist who had zero connections inside the music industry. He had no other choice but to “make it happen.” “I know what it’s like to not have the resources but I promise you can find a way to make things work,” says the up-and-coming artist.
His career started when he moved out of his college dorm. He released his first debut mixtape in 2014 entitled “Bars Over Bass.” This was the beginning of his music career. Matt Corman then released “Speak First” in 2015. By 2016, he had teamed up with Neek Production’s Nicco Catalano, who helped him with his music. In the winter season of that year, he opened up for famous artist Sammy Adams at the House of Blues in Boston. After months of music releases, several tours and shows kept him busy and thriving on stage.
The Fall of 2017 marks his music career as he went on a sold-out performance with rap star Fetty Wap. This was followed by an opportunity to be the first alumni to play at the Major Homecoming Concert of Southern New Hampshire University, which hosted over 3,000 people. By 2018, he released his Whiteboards & Windows project and founded his record label MIH Universal.
Moreover, Matt Corman had also toured with famous musicians such as Aaron Carter, Cam Meekins, and Post Malone when his track “White Iverson” was first released. On top of this, his music has been featured by famous Youtube personalities like FaZe Rug and NELK. Today, his music is available on different streaming platforms such as Spotify, SoundCloud, Apple Music, Youtube, and more. His songs have been streamed more than 20 million times, and the numbers continue to rise.
Despite talks with major labels in the music community, Matt Corman has decided to remain an independent artist for 2020. He points out that as an independent artist, he has the power to drive his business forward in whatever way he wants to do it. He highlights the wonders of having complete ownership of the masters, distribution, publishing, and brand direction.
Today, the rising musician continues to stand out in the music community with his catchy tracks released every Friday. He is growing both on social media and on several music platforms. He hopes to be a beacon of hope and inspiration for fellow independent artists looking to grow their music brands. “I have built this business from ground up with zero help. I have toured the United States alongside big time artists as well as sold out three of my own headline shows in Boston,” says Matt Corman. In the future, he hopes to help others move their music career forward as well.
Learn more about Matt Corman and his music by checking out his official website.