Phantasy Management LLC, is a full service talent management company located in Baltimore, MD. The overall goal is to help guide independent artists through the entertainment industry. Get a sense of what we are about at Phantasy Management. Check out our amazing team and talented clients. Are you an independent artist with a dream? Our Phantasy Management staff are ready and able to help you reach your goals.

We are a company where musicians and producers have a creative outlet to support and nurture their skill to create their best platform: a platform saturated in culture. However, we also train the musicians the business world of collaboration to ultimately reach their goals.

Our approach:

To provide the groundwork capable of steering both music and business with concentration on helping the musicians create and implement long lasting connections with consumers. If you are in the business of entertainment you must have a strong foundation of viable music that connects with your audience. It’s our job to have the best experienced producers and songwriters to target the audience, and help the artists achieve their goals.




Artist Development

At Phantasy management, we take specialized care in shaping the artist career for the long run. With a carefully crafted plan, we develop the artist stage presence, social media presence, songwriting skills and etc.



At Phantasy Management, brand managers provide competitive marketing techniques and use analysis tools to reach the target market for your brand. By continuously monitoring the marketing trends we are able to build a connection with the target audience and ultimately expand your brand. We offer management of artists’ marketing and promotion information — biographies, social profile, photos, videos, news, press releases, tour dates and simultaneous updating of your social networks, artist sites and blogs.


Project Management

At Phantasy Management we tackle all projects, big or small. Our team helps you to achieve your companies goals, within budget and on schedule.

Web Design

Your website is a extension of your business and plays a big part in securing new clients as well as retaining the old ones. We work diligently with our clients to insure that their website represents there brand fully.

Music Publishing

As a music publishing company, our job is to protect the artist by ensuring the songwriters and composers receive payment when their compositions are used commercially.

Public Relations

Our public relations department is here to take the stress of dealing with the public off of your hands so you can continue to succeed as an businessman/women. We will protect, enhance and build your reputation through the media, while successfully delivering a spot on message that speaks to your companies brands.


Graphic Design

Let our graphic design artist take your idea to the next level. We connect you with your target market by means of visual communications.


Our amazing photographers are here to deliver the best experience you have ever had when taking pictures. Whether the images you take are professional head shots, marketing purposes, or to celebrate an event, our team creatives a look that is professionally creative and takes you to the next level. You deserve the best photos, why not let our team create the best for you!




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By: Othman Chebli Jay-Z has released another video for a single from his latest album, this one has quite the cast. In fact, the video to the song “Family Feud”, was directed by Ava DuVernay and features several heavy weight actors including: Michael B. Jordan, Thandie Newton, Trevante Rhodes, Brie Larson, Rashida Jones and more. There is bound to be a host of critics and commenting on it. When the song is by Jay-Z featuring his wife, Beyoncé, the attention and expectations sky rocket. After watching the video for the first time, it’s obvious that it is a bold, deep, and layered piece of filmography. The video was scored by another top artist, Flying Lotus, and features a diverse array of scenes. Including an imagined futuristic world, where a
By Josh Weiner They may have awarded him 21 times over the years, but Jay-Z has never quite been on such golden terms with the Recording Academy. Way back in 1999, he refused to attend the Grammy Award ceremony– despite winning Best Rap Album in absentia that evening for Vol 2… Hard Knock Life— on the grounds that the academy had denied hip-hop artists their “rightful respect.” He was particularly in fumes that DMX had failed to secure a single nomination for either of his two hit records from 1998. It took another five years for Jay-Z to attend the Grammys, when he joined future wife Beyonce onstage to perform their hit collaboration, “Crazy in Love.” Before long, though, he had resumed his boycott, eventually
By: Lauren Robinson A.K.A Nobody’s Millennium Happy New Years to everyone who comes in contact with this article! Mariah Carey started the tradition of performing live at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special, but as of recently she has been known to butcher the performance. In 2016, Carey was surrounded angelically by white feathers, with a feathery coat and shimmery studded leotard. She tried to perform “Emotions” and “We Belong Together”. The problem with the performance instantly began in the beginning when she was seen trying to fix her ear piece and the music was heard but Carey was not singing. Throughout the rest of the performance she talked to the audience and had the audience sing the song for her. After the performance
By Josh Weiner Jadakiss and Fabolous share a fair amount of overlap: their veteran status, their hometown of New York City, and a plethora of tracks (“Respect It,” “The Hope,” and “OJ” among them). Now, those ties have been strengthened as the two of them paired up for their first collaboration record: Friday on Elm Street, a 12-disc set of duets out November 24th. The album’s Halloween themes (perhaps its November release should have come a month earlier?) are underscored by its title allusions to the two greatest slasher villains of all time, as well as the intro track, “F v. J,” featuring plenty of horror movie allusions and the drums from the Notorious B.I.G.’s most taboo track ever, “Dead Wrong.” As suggested in an
By Josh Weiner   Without Russell Simmons, there might not be mainstream hip-hop as we know it. That is how significant the birth of Run-DMC and the founding of Def Jam Recordings remain, three full decades later. During that period, Simmons has also maintained a consistent “good guy” image, advocating vegetarianism, encouraging rappers to tone down the explicit content of their music, and appearing all-smiles in most of his public appearances. These qualities makes it also the more shocking and disappointing for the hip-hop mogul to become the latest in a long line of celebrities of late to be subject to accusations of sexual assault. The dismaying news was broken last month, when Jenny Lumet— a Hollywood screenwriter best known for the 2008 hit drama