Juno announces partnership with the Black Artist Database
The community based platform links up with Juno Records and Digital stores
Juno are very excited to now be partners with B.A.D as part our ongoing commitment to diversity within the music industry. There will be more announcements and projects coming soon so watch this space.
From tomorrow you will now be able to view a link on each artists profile on B.A.D, linking to their music catalogue on either on Juno Records for vinyl and Juno Download for digital. With over 5,000 global artists on B.A.D and Juno being one of the world’s largest independent online music stores, this partnership will help showcase some of the best black music artists in the music industry today.
A percentage of all sales made via the website will go back into supporting the great work and initiatives by B.A.D.
Black Artist Database (formerly known as Black Bandcamp) is a community-based platform, hosting a wealth of international Black-owned record labels, artists, producers and bands.
This crowd-sourced database provides an easy way to search, filter and directly support the creative output of Black artists globally, via their online profiles. The database is a continuous work-in-progress maintained by volunteers and paid administrators.
B.A.D was started in June 2020 as a reaction to the Black Lives Matter movement and the global Covid pandemic. They relaunched in May 2021 as Black Artist Database, in a move aimed at expanding the project’s scale and scope, and bringing cultural and material support to the Black community.
Visit the database here