ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - “But everybody wants it so bad at the beginning that people call it selling us all. People just don’t know. And you think you trust people and they’re not honest with you, but it’s not their job,” DC Glenn said.
He describes himself as a hustler who got hustled but was not taken advantage of.
“I don’t think I was. I don’t claim that because I’m a grown man and I take responsibility for it. Right? So if I take responsibility for it, I have this thing where whenever I make a mistake or whenever I look back on things in hindsight, I vow that that will never happen again. And I learned how to learn or educate myself in a way that it will never happen again.”
After the bad contract deal, Tag Team took paralegal courses and joined a public relations society. They own 50% rights to their music. DC Glenn also learned about digital marketing and search engine optimization so when you search Tag Team now, they pull up instead of wrestling. Becoming more computer savvy and learning about digital marketing has opened more doors for the duo. That’s how the Geico commercial came about. Lena People stored called DC Glenn about the good news.
“DC you booked a Geico commercial,” Lena said.
“It was like, don’t play where you play with my emotions said I didn’t audition for no GEICO commercial,” said DC Glenn.
Doing the “Scoop, There It Is” commercial for Geico has brought “Whoomp, There It Is” back into popular demand.
Tag Team has been on the road more and DC Glenn personally has been a motivational speaker and has been on shows like P-Valley on Starz.
As far as a one-hit-wonder comment DC Glenn had this to say, “Thank you. For who? I’m what people get mad about people calling us and I’m like, if you had to be a one-hit-wonder what better record to have. I made a career fruitful career off of one song. 28 years.”
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