Marcus K. Dowling is a journalist, broadcaster and entrepreneur. In the past 10 years, via his conceptual vision and marketing expertise, Marcus has aided creative entrepreneurs in the arts and entertainment industries in earning over $25 million in gross revenue. As a writer, he regularly contributes to the likes of VICE, Pitchfork, Complex, The Bitter Southerner, Bandcamp, Mixmag, the Washington City Paper, ESPN's Undefeated and more.
Marcus K. Dowling
Op-Ed: In Lady A Name Dispute, Trio Is Answering for All of Country Music Industry’s Sins
Though Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott have a history of doing good and championing important causes, beyond even the figurative walls of the country music community, they're currently a trio of white men and women perceived as unfairly aggrieving a Black woman.
Op-Ed: Hip-Hop Influences in Country Music Are a Gateway to Greater Representation in the Genre
When all skin folk become kinfolk, the Old Town Road opens up to a delightful, unexplored horizon.
Op-Ed: Opening Country Music’s Doors to More Black Artists Has Benefits Economically, Not Just Socially
Black American artists being more widely accepted and promoted in country music is an act of restorative justice.
Op-Ed: It’s Time for Country Music to Elevate Its Overlooked Black Voices
There are already a greater number of Black stars than those currently established who can showcase themselves.