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Never Satisfied Studio Unites Dallas Music Lovers

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An entertainment facility in the Dallas area opens its doors to all things music and more.

Never Satisfied Studio continues to bring the City of Dallas together in an inclusive, fun, and engaging way.

Based in Carrollton, Never Satisfied Studio is a marketing, promotion, production, and music company composed of young entrepreneurs who have come together to create a unique opportunity for models and entertainers.

“I founded Never Satisfied Studios to ultimately connect entertainers in Dallas with their local community and the rest of the world,” says Radio Raheem CEO, executive producer, and investor. “As such, I knew our facility would have to be state-of-the-art, welcoming, and inspiring — which is exactly what it is.”

As one of Texas’s most up-and-coming fashion and entertainment studios, Never Satisfied comprises a team of A&Rs, event planners, songwriters, TV producers, directors, editors, creative directors, drummers, engineers, and models.

Never Satisfied’s facility houses many elements for a wide breadth of services, such as movie production, record producing, podcast producing, fashion shows, portraits, and headshots.

Not only that, but Raheem has also teamed up with K104 FM Radio DJ Hollyhood Bay Bay. The dynamic duo caters to bring together major and upcoming artists, bloggers, DJs, producers, and creatives every Monday or Wednesday.

“We call these events “Da Hub Live,” says Raheem. “ We’ve also held major listening sessions for listening parties for artists such as Da Baby, Bobby Sessions, DJ XO, Morray, Capella Gray, and others. Additionally, we are the home and label of an internet sensation, Lardi B, and Talks with Tuke – extremely talented individuals who will be holding casting calls for their upcoming shows. Our space is truly the ultimate place to be.”

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