Havoc Creates Voxonic Voicetones, Working on Bi-lingual Single
The Mobb Deep member has hooked up with New York-based software company Voxonic Inc. to release international voicetones under Voxonic's Voxtones division.
In addition, Voxonic will convert a soon to be named single from Havoc's forthcoming solo album in to various foreign languages.
"Working with Voxonic will be a great opportunity for me to diversity my fan base as a solo artist," said Havoc, who sees the potential for other artists who come aboard. "This project will also show other artist there are a lot of different ways to market our product and create revenue for ourselves."
Voxonic provides technology used to create voice conversion into more than 1,400 foreign languages with 99 percent accuracy of the original speaker's voice.
Havoc's deal with the company was done on his behalf through his manager Norman Bell.
In addition to artists, Voxonic president Arie Deutsch believes the partnership could open doors for record labels wishing to better serve international music fans.
"Voxonic's technology provides artists the opportunity to grow their fan base amongst music lovers internationally," Deutsch said. "With marketing opportunities such as this, I am sure this will definitely help major record labels, establish a stronger following for their artists upcoming or in markets where they never dreamed possible."
The Havoc alliance comes on the heels of Voxonic's recent partnership with Rawkus Records.
The companies announced in January that they will use Voxonic's software to translate a single from rapper Naledge's upcoming album Naledge is Power.