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We've been at it for more than 20 years, and we're just getting started. When we set out in 2000, the Internet was still strange and new. Myspace.com was not here yet. While many of us were beginning to see the potential of the internet, starting a promotional website to help others tap into that potential was something of a gamble. We were, after all, still figuring it out on our own.

A lot of our early work was done in the shadows, making connections with larger artists who already had an existing fan base. We launched the website with a focus on a large scale. In simple terms, we have helped artists promote their art online and provided them with guidelines.

As the Internet changed, it quickly became apparent that the web was its own medium and required a new way of thinking. Consequently, we have evolved into a one-stop website, similar to Netflix.

Guided by unconditional love for our community, our objective and mindset are to focus on promoting talent. We have gained tremendous confidence in our work.

This brings us to today. We built MtlStreets.com, and we take great pride in it. We approach all our work with the same vibe, the same commitment to doing things right. It's a significant part of who we are.

We don't know what's about to happen, but maybe we can collaborate with you. We look forward to that.

MtlStreets.com Team


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