You might have heard about a producer who made more money as a musician than as a producer, thanks to her newfound fame and success on her new album.
That producer is Christina Fusco.
Christina Fuscos songwriting credits include the songs “Love” and “Let It Go.”
Fusco made a $1.5 million profit for her songwriting and recording credits on the record, which she recorded with her husband.
Now, Christina Fuss has her own podcast.
She has produced and recorded on Ed’s album.
She says the podcast helped her secure more money than she would have if she had just done the work herself.
Christina says she did the work on her own.
“The work is really rewarding,” she told Business Insider.
“I have a good time doing it and I love it, and I’m really proud of it.”
She also credits her new podcast with helping her to better understand her own creative process.
“My approach to it is much more collaborative and it’s more collaborative with my producers, so it’s a lot of fun,” she said.
Christina has also learned how to work as a solo artist.
“There are a lot more things I can do in my life, and it has been really nice for me to be able to be on my own,” she added.
Christina also has a new record coming out, titled Love.
The album is available for streaming.
Christina’s podcast is called “Ed Sheerans Love” on her site, which is now hosted by her husband, producer Josh Fusci.
Fuscos is currently recording with producer Mark Ronson.
Ronson is also on the track “Let You Down,” which is available as a free download on iTunes.
Christina is also the subject of a documentary titled “Love Is a Lie,” which airs on the Discovery Channel.
“We had an idea of what we wanted to do with Ed’s story,” Fuscus said.
“That was one of the things that really inspired me to work with Josh and Mark.”
Christina Fosco also has her sights set on getting paid as an artist on another new project.
She’s producing an album called “Risk,” which will be released in 2018.
The new album, which features a collaboration with R&B singer/songwriter, Ariana Grande, is out June 1.
Fuscovos is excited about the album, but she also hopes to eventually become an independent artist.
She hopes to use her newfound notoriety to promote her music and make money from it.
“People might think, ‘Oh, she’s an artist, but why would she be making music?'”
It’s a question that Fuscus is still trying to answer.
“Why would I be making a career out of it?” she said, “Why not just be a songwriter and just make music?”
Christina Fucos podcast will air at 9 p.m.
ET on her website.