How 2 musicians got a 'Shark Tank' deal for their $2.9 million business

How 2 musicians built a $2.9 million business and got a 'Shark Tank' deal

Aspiring musicians Ellen and Omayya Atout were working as a barista and a railroad engineer when the pandemic broke out. To keep their passion alive, they created a website to build custom songs for clients. Nearly two years later, the company, Songlorious, has made nearly $3 million in sales, created 20,000 original songs, and hired 200 musicians, and its creators have appeared on "Shark Tank."
Mon, Jan 24 202211:22 AM EST