Loner Lewis – For The Love

Loner Lewis – For The Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

Loner Lewis – For The Love

Loner Lewis – For The Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Loner Lewis

 

SONG TITLE: For The Love

 

ALBUM TITLE: Modus Operandi

 

GENRE:  Hip Hop

 

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Tell us your real names, country of birth and childhood experience.

Peace, I’m Jeremy “Loner” Lewis. I was born and raised in New Orleans…

 

I was the quiet, bookworm kind of kid. When I wasn’t in school, I was writing, drawing, or training in karate.

 

My mother wasn’t an affectionate woman but she taught me discipline and hustle. Above all she wanted me to be strong mentally and physically to prepare me for life as a black man in America.

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Tell us your academic qualification.

I made it one semester in college. Unfortunately, I enrolled the same year Katrina hit. I evacuated, got back into school, and then four months later nearly lost my leg in a motorcycle accident. I still plan to finish my bachelor’s in Psychology.

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Elaborate on your music career, band name, experience and skills.

I’ve been creating since I was 12. I always did it for the love of it. I wasn’t big on the fame and fortune aspect. It wasn’t until 2017 that I decided to pursue this professionally.

 

I was inspired by the feedback from everyone who showed love and interest in my music.

 

Since 2017 I’ve released six singles and videos, and went on a promotional tour around the country. I bring a classic hip-hop sound and lyrical skill with new age energy and image

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Tell us your genre and idea behind your music video or song.

Hip Hop is the genre, the idea is that too many of us look to social media amongst other things for acceptance or validation. I simply do what I love for me, regardless of what anyone “likes”.

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Tell us how to run a record label based on your experience as an artist.

I would run it like a partnership. Develop artists creatively as well as their business savvy.

 

When things are transparent everyone can stay on the same page and progress together.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

I promote through a network of DJ pools, internet radio, social media, and touring.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

Loner Lewis, an up-and-coming American hip hop artist creating a sound that is regarded as a “breath of fresh air” for the hip hop enthusiast.

 

Passionate about diverse musical production, self-sufficiency, and originality – After establishing himself in the one-and-only San Antonio area, Loner’s music is now available for listening on major music distribution platforms and blogs, much to the anticipation of listeners countrywide.

 

Borne from over 15 years of passion for producing, writing, and performing hip hop music that is a deviation from the norm today, Loner, together with his producers, Loner Feaux and Loner Fit, has created a hip hop entity, LonerEra, that’s being mentioned on radio channels across the country.

 

“I’m passionate about mixing things up and providing listeners with a different kind of sound than they expect today,” said Loner. “That, coupled with my undoubted passion for musical cultivation, is what drove me to pen and complete my first official single, Breathe.”

 

 Loner’s first full-length album, Midnight Loner, was released 04/20 of 2017 featuring tracks like Never Again, Midnight, Cruise Control, Fast or Slow, Reflections, and more. It is a 12-track album in total.

 

“I am incredibly excited for listener’s feedback after sitting down and experiencing my latest single, For The Love” said Loner. Appropriately set to drop on Valentine’s Day. “Spread the word, and follow me as I promote my follow-up album, Modus Operandi.”

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Explain the story behind the song.

I linked up with super producer Rami Beatz and booked a flight to Los Angeles. We laid the track at The Brewery studio in Burbank, California. Once I heard the beat, it was a wrap. Rami put his touch on it and the rest was history.

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State the names of other members of your band, music producer, crew or music video director.

Produced by Rami Beatz

 

Video by Felicia Nicole.

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Elaborate on the song and music video.

I wanted to display my lyrical ability and still have a message. The video was meant to be fun, like back in the day when it was just about the music, and our love of it.

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Tell us how long you have been in the music business, your experience and your future goal.

I’ve been on the grind since 2017. I plan to simply share my gift with whomever chooses to receive it. I want to make an impact more than I want to make money.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

My sound is like no other, I am someone you can relate to yet still exotic enough to keep you interested. I have balance, and that’s rare.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining music.

My weakness is my over thinking, my strength is lyricism.

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List your five favourite songs including the artists.

Feels Like Summer – Childish Gambino

 

Redbone – Childish Gambino

 

Show Me – Alina Baraz & Galimatias

 

Luchini AKA This Is It – Camp Lo

 

I guess I’ll smoke – Futuristic + Dizzy Wright + Layzie Bone

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Tell us your position on “Do It Yourself” and signing to a major label.

I feel like it’s a case by case basis. It depends on the individual goals of the artists. I would rather “Do It Yourself.”

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

I’m starting a contracting business for home remodels.

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List your various works.

Midnight Loner LP

 

Modus Operandi LP

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State the official date of release.

4/20/17

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Loner Lewis, it’s more of a character trait than a name but I’ve always been most comfortable alone. But the deeper meaning behind it is I am a firm believer in self-reliance and being the example. Loners are leaders and aren’t afraid to take risk in pursuit of their goals, regardless of the opinions of others.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

The title of the song “For The Love” simply means that I don’t do things for superficial reasons, everything that I do I do it out of passion and love as should everyone else.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

The title of the album will be “Modus Operandi” or M.O. for short. It means that this is my forte, my specialty, my expertise. Hip Hop is my M.O.

 

 

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HVDVCE – Sleep Pills

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HVDVCE – Sleep Pills

HVDVCE – Sleep Pills

 

 

 

 

HVDVCE – Sleep Pills

 

ARTIST NAME: HVDVCE

 

SONG TITLE:  Sleep Pills

 

RELEASE DATE: 2019-03-01

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop / Rap

 

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Tell us your genre and idea behind your song.

Our debut single was released last Friday; it’s a personal and dark song with strong lyrics that is compounded by big atmospheric elements.

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Tell us your country of birth.

We both come from Sweden.

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Explain the story behind the song.

We are both interested in music but hadn’t really made anything just the two of us.

 

We sat down, started to cook up a beat, and the rap just came flowing after that.

 

Before mastering and stuff, the song was almost ready in one evening of producing.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

We like to try new things and with this song we wanted to create a big and dark atmosphere which you can feel when turning up the volume on the song.

 

Right now I wouldn’t say we got a specific sound. We just do what we like.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Our name is pronounced headache but spelled, HVDVCE.

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List your favourite artists.

Right now Juice WRLD and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie are killin’ it.

 

 

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Jon Harris - BIG

Jon Harris – Big

 

 

 

 

 

Jon Harris - BIG

Jon Harris – BIG

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Jon Harris

 

SONG TITLE: Big

 

RELEASE DATE: December 14, 2018

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop/Rap

 

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Go into detail on why you decided to choose music as a career.

To be honest I chose to make music because it was possible. In 7th grade I never took an instrument so I was in a general music class where I was introduced to FL Studios. I was playing with the program and made some simple beat then I realized with this program I was making music, like the professionals and it was at that point I realized being a music star was actually possible. That’s really what got me started.

 

I knew I needed a lot of work but I also knew I had a lot of time to get better so much like everything I try; I put everything I had into it. Now I make music because I feel there is a need for information that I have that people need to hear and sometimes the only way to get people’s ears is through music.

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Brief us the feedback you are getting from fans on your music.

This is my first official record and as for the record it’s been getting mixed reviews. Some people love it others have many critiques. The critics attack every point of the record from the production, to the mixing, to the lyrics; however supporters of the song argue the opposite on the same aspects.

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Discuss the relevance of social networking to music.

Social networking is always important because people can always use their background and following to help one another.

 

In nature this is a mutualistic relationship where both parties benefit from their interaction.

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Tell us how you record your song.

Being that “Big” is my first official release; I put a lot of thought in the record. I wanted this song to be an introduction to myself and my music, hence why I started the song literally introducing myself.

 

I wanted people to understand my way of thinking so they know what to expect from me in the future. For everyone who doesn’t know, the song will tell you, I generally think big. I have a tendency to over prepare, over plan, and over think to ensure everything goes correctly or as well as possible.

 

I wanted people to understand that I’m no typical rapper although at first glance I may come off like one. My music decisions will be different, my motives can be different, and my overall personality is way different from the mainstream rap artist today.

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Tell us the story behind the song.

It took very long to make from the concept to the final mix. I wanted a song that could do a lot of things in one being that it was the first song. For starters; my following will know I struggle making commercial songs so it usually takes me longer to make.

 

I needed something up beat and catchy but at the same time send a clear message as all my songs do. The best thing was to give the listener a bit about the way I am and encourage them to do things as big as possible like me. “The only way to do it is to do it big, so what’s up?”

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State your musical skills.

I can write (I write other genres, not just rap), I produce hip hop and other genres, and I engineer tracks.

 

Ironically I can produce and use a lot of actual instrument sounds but I can’t play any instruments.

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Tell us how long it takes to complete a song from the start.

It really depends, for me I struggle making upbeat songs so those can take very long. Big was the longest taking about 2 years although they usually take a year from start to finish.

 

Most of my other songs with deeper messages come easier to me so it takes a couple of months from start to finish. But Big took long, “Chillin” took about a year, I have another song from my upcoming album I’m waiting on clearance which took about a year and a half.

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Go into detail on how you develop your lyrics and melody.

My lyrics and style came primarily from Eminem. Since I was very young I would listen to him and I loved his style of being different. He rapped / raps like no other rapper from his choice of words to rhyme to the ideas he brings, it’s just different.

 

I worked on training my mind to think outside the box when writing much like he does. I’m a rapper from New York but don’t have much of a New York style and it’s because I idolize Eminem so I have more of a continuous rhythmic flow to my delivery. I also tend to rhyme multiple syllables as much as possible.

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Discuss music in full details.

Music:

Music to me would be expression, a way to get people to understand what you’re trying to convey. People who feel they can’t communicate through conventional conversation have a voice with their creativity.

 

My Music:

My music has evolved through the years. I feel before I use to just wing it more and now I put a lot of thought into my music. To me I feel I write a mixture of things people need to hear and want to hear. I try to be a relatable as possible.

 

People go through so much in their life and don’t tell anyone, they keep those skeletons in their closet. The problem is these issues build and they feel like they can’t speak to others about it out of fear of embarrassment or the listener won’t understand.

 

So I make music for those people without naming names or getting too specific to hide identities so others can benefit from the story. So people who are going through the same stuff don’t feel alone in this world and it eases their nerves and makes them feel more comfortable about talking about it. Even if the struggle or situation isn’t something I am personally going through I present it as if I was; so you don’t worry about whom it is. If in your eyes it is me, than let it stay me, talk to me if you need to vent, if I will help. Doing this has helped so many people who write to me stating their experiences.

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State your five favourite genres of music with reasons.

It’s funny that I’m a rapper but I actually wouldn’t say rap is my favorite genre. I actually wouldn’t say I focus on genre rather I focus on artist and content. With that being said the genres I listen to the most in order would be House, EDM, Hip Hop, Rap, Pop, Ballads, R&B and Soul.

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Discuss your rehearsal.

Before recording I generally try to keep my throat clear so I don’t eat greasy foods and I drink a lot of water. I’m no singer so I generally don’t do vocal warm-ups but I do get myself mentally prepared and trying to get myself into character for the mood I’m trying to convey.

For shows I just try to calm my nerves and relax as much as possible, but performing is my favorite part of doing music so I always assume it will go well.

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State your favourite musical instruments.

I don’t play any instruments but from my basic knowledge of the instruments I would say my favorite is the piano / keyboard. They are such versatile instruments and the only instrument you can use both hands to hit different notes at the same time.

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Describe the chemistry between you and your fans during a live performance.

I feel I am a good performer. I generally go out to the audience that don’t know me and gradually get their appreciation for what I do. When I say put your hands up every hand goes up, at the end when I say make noise they get as loud as they can and sometimes they give me more energy than the headliner.

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Discuss your personality in full details.

Without sounding like a complete psycho I can come off different depending on when you see me. Most of the time I am laid back and quiet. I generally have a calm “chill” demeanor but I can be out going at times not to confuse the people who know me for being a loud mouth. When it comes to things that are important to me like my music I actually can be very shy and held back when trying to market my music in person.

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Discuss your music career.

I’ve been working on my music since I was in high school. I made my first mixtape in 9th grade and had a few more after that. My first official mixtape was Destiny’s Calling which was released 2012 after I graduated from Pace University and my second official mixtape was Destiny’s Calling 2 which was released in 2015. I am now starting to release music as an independent artist.

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List your musical work.

Destiny’s Calling (2012) – Mixtape

Destiny’s Calling 2 (2015) – Mixtape

Big (2018) – Single

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Share your memorable experiences with us.

I can’t really think of a specific point in time but really the best experience that I can think of is performing. It’s truly the best feeling when I’m on stage and the audience is reacting positively to my music in real time.

 

To see that I am connecting with the people and when I tell them to get loud at the end and to hear them scream their lungs out to give the last bit of energy they have for me because I know they could stay quiet just because they don’t like me, means the world to me.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

Jon Harris is a Hip Hop recording artist from New York. He grew up in an upper Westchester and started making music with no musical background or formal training.

 

Jon spent his high school career, college career and the years to follow learning all aspects of the music industry until he felt he was ready. On December 14 he released his first official song titled “Big” from Living Life Our Way Entertainment.

 

“Big” is the first song released from his upcoming debut album, “Who Is Jon Harris” set to release in 2019. The song was made completely by Harris himself. He stated in total the song took over 2 years to make from building the concept to completing the final mix. “I went through a bunch of different options for the song. I knew whatever I decided the song had to cover a few parts being the first release and that’s what took so long.”

 

Jon wrote the lyrics, produced the beat, recorded the track and engineered the song himself. The record has a series of horns and heavy bass with creates an energetic sound.

 

The lyrics of the record serve to introduce himself to the audience. Jon delivers a few themes he felt was important for the listener to know. The main theme is repeated in the chorus to think “Big” and to make the most out of everything that you do. He begins this introduction song literally introducing himself along with his “what’s up” greeting.

 

The opening verse is used to clarify he is not the typical rapper or hip hop star and should not be mistaken as one. Jon is always known for being different and is making a point to relay this message.

 

The second verse focuses more on his train of thought verses – the average person who wishes for their dreams to miraculously come true as opposed to him trying his hardest to reach his goals even if failure seems more likely.

 

As an artist Jon has always strived to open the listeners mind to a different way of thinking. This was shown in both his previous mixtapes, Destiny’s Calling and Destiny’s Calling 2. He said with the album “Who Is Jon Harris” he intends to push the envelope even further and “Big” is a great start as it sets the line for being a wisher and being a doer. In the words of Jon Harris, “the only way to do it is to do it big.”

 

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I think big, dream big, and I plan big

To make sure everything that I do is big

I try to get the most out of this life that I live

And the only way to do it is to do it big, so what’s up

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

So my actual name is Jonathan Harris. My current stage name is “Jon Harris” but it wasn’t always. I started out with “J-Holla” for a large majority of my mixtape years and the cover of Destiny’s Calling even still says “Jholla”.

 

I decided to change it because “jholla” to me was used by too many people and it sounded immature to me. I wanted something that could be taken more seriously and the best nick name was something I’ve been called my whole life so I stuck with “Jon Harris”. Also if you look on my Twitter its officialjholla because I never felt like changing it.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

The single’s called “Big”. The idea of it is to think big as possible. I wanted the word “Big” to be more of a mantra to people rather than a phrase to be the name and theme of the song. So when people do anything in life and are questioning how it should be executed they don’t even second guess and remember to do everything big.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

The song itself is a single but will be featured in some aspect on my debut album “Who Is Jon Harris”. The album will be an introduction to who I am so that’s where I got the name from. The title is the question, the album is the answer, although the album will give you a lot more than simply who I am…and I leave it at that.

 

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Jeuse Kastoan – Debt Free

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Jeuse Kastoan – Debt Free

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ARTIST NAME: Jeuse Kastoan

 

 

SONG TITLE: Debt Free

 

 

GENRE: Hip Hop

 

 

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Jeuse is an artist from Houston, Texas. A producer and rapper whose influences range from the east coast to the west coast. His music reflects his pure emotion and drive throughout his writing and production.

 

After taking a brief hiatus from making music he rediscovered his love for music and is looking to be a voice to those who would be unheard.

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Go into detail on why you decided to choose music as a career.

Music is something I live and breathe. It has always been a source of venting for me and expressing my emotions.

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Brief us the feedback you are getting from fans on your music.

Right now I am getting good reception and being told they really like what I’m doing.

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Discuss the relevance of social networking to music.
It has expanded the way we can give our music and communicate with the fans listening. It has been a great tool and will only get better.

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Tell us how you record your song.

I usually have an idea or instrumental in my head. Whichever is first I will write or create the beat and slowly bring it altogether.

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Tell us the story behind the song.

I was thinking about the idea of how we buy things to get a certain look or certain credit among others. The fact the material things can change how people treat us for the better and distort what we think matters most.

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State your musical skills.
I am a producer, lyricist and just a well-rounded artist in general.

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Tell us how long it takes to complete a song from the start.

Depends on the song – most songs I take my time to develop before recording them. Recording is usually quick but the development process takes a while.

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Go into detail on how you develop your lyrics and melody.

I think about what goes best with the beat. Some melodies and rhythms don’t fit every song so I go through different ideas to see what fits best.

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Discuss music in full details.

Music is helpful to us and creates certain moods. I base my sound off of my emotions at that time. I write to those beats to fit the mood I am creating for that song.

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State your five favourite genres of music with reasons.

Hip Hop – It is something I love to create and vent through.

 

R&B – I like the mood it sets and is very relaxing to me.

 

Indie – It has a laid back sound and is very easy listening.

 

EDM – The sound of EDM is very up-tempo and can drastically change which is something I really like and identify with.

 

Alternative – It is a different sound and change of pace compared to what I usually listen to.

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Discuss your personality in full details.
I am very chill and laid back. Sometimes too nonchalant but I like to go with the flow and take everything day to day.
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Discuss your music career.

I started making music about ten years ago and have been developing since then. I had moderate success previously and then took a break from music. Now I’m back to re-focus on my craft and giving my fans what they want.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

For his latest track “SGI” the up and coming Hip Hop artist Jeuse Kastoan teamed up with Rappers Will Nova & Lenny Rockets to create a mix with a slightly nostalgic vibe.

 

There were a few parts in the track where the rap bars faded into the mix a little too much as the keys ran a little too heavy for you to truly appreciate the Rap verses. Yet, SGI allowed Jeuse Kastoan…with distinction for the experimental way he chose to orchestrate the Hip Hop mix.

 

You won’t stumble across many Hip Hop tracks which use 80s-style synths as a backbone to their releases. Even though the production may not be flawless, there’s still plenty of promise for Jeuse Kastoan…

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Jeuse Kastoan is reasonable with his laid-back approach to delivering rhythmic melodic lines. As a young artist it’s no surprise he’s foundational style serves him best in creating a piece of music that’s unique and original. It’s sort of like a weird trippy drug-induced trap without all the hyper-glossy additions of mainstream music.

 

On “Drunk Textin” the rapper tries to emotionally and sonically connect with the listener, narrating of how he texts women while drunk but doesn’t give a damn about the outcome. It’s all over the place, cohesive at its least but the song has a strange and unforgettable vibe to it.

 

The song is patient in sound—a hollow, dribbling synth—accompanied by its fun thrill-seeking message. For listeners who are accustomed to honey-drip music “Drunk Textin” will surely be a surprise as it decidedly wants to be freaky and becoming a kaleidoscope of styles.

 

Jeuse Kastoan becomes one of the first few artists with bubbling potential, and here on this song “Drunk Textin” he relentlessly pushes his own identity, adeptly shifting styles and tempos to suit.

 

The effect is of simultaneous humility and confidence. Only thing remaining is for the artist to come up with a full project maybe an EP or better yet an album if he has enough to surprise potential fans.

 

Jeuse Kastoan is a diamond in the rough, most likely reminding me of the hip hop duo Taylor Girlz with their hit track “Wedgie” right before they hit popularity.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Jeuse Kastoan. Jeuse pronounced ‘juice’ is my nickname that I have always had. Kastoan pronounced ‘cast own’ is a playoff of my real last name.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.
Debt Free – The tittle is speaking on the idea of being debt free from all obligations. The difference is this song is not about money but about society…

 

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ARTIST NAME: Hass ECF

 

SONG TITLE: 50 Shots

 

RELEASE DATE: 2/16/2019

 

GENRE: Hip Hop

 

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State your reason for choosing music as a career.

Since I was a kid I always loved music. My mother told me when I was born I was doing the Harlem Shake to Biggie playing on the radio in the hospital nursery room.

 

Growing up I always loved old school hip-hop, when I was younger I had all the hip hop legends on my MP3 player. I started writing music as a teenager and after my mother passed away I decided to give it my all and dedicate myself to my craft, so her name can always be remembered.

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Tell us how you write the lyrics to your song.

I isolate myself from everybody and find a quiet room. I’ll keep playing beats out loud until one of them catches my attention.

 

Then, I just start writing the best ideas I came up with in my phone. After, I’ll be up for hours writing until the song is complete.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

Since I released 50 Shots I got a lot of positive reviews from a lot of different people globally.

 

Every day since I released it my brand continues to increase steadily.

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Discuss your life outside the music world.

My life outside of music is filled with a lot of pain in a lot of different ways but I always find a way to push forward.

 

I have been in a lot of different situations in the streets, with my family and with my friends.

 

Music feels like the only option to change how I’m living for the better.

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Discuss your music career.

I started rapping around 3 years ago but I wasn’t consistent. My friends and I would go to the studio and we all would be there just writing and recording. I would release a song and wait months until I drop the next one. Once I started becoming consistent everything started to change little by little.

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Elaborate on your artist’s name.

Hass is my nickname that’s what everybody calls me. I’m a part of a talented group of musicians called Eastchester Family, that’s where the ECF comes from.

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List your five favourite music videos with reasons.

Drake – God’s Plan

I love seeing artist in the hip hop culture give back to the community.

 

Kendrick Lamar – Hiiipower

The message in his lyrics is powerful. He’s educating you on black history in a musical form.

 

Drake – In my feelings

That was my favorite song on Drake’s Scorpion album. The video’s cut scenes are sharp; it looks like a scene out of a movie.

 

Biggie Smalls – Juicy

The lyrics catch me every time like it’s the first time I heard it. The video shows you everything he’s addressing from the worst parts of his life to the most lavish ones. You could see and hear him talk about his transitions through life in one video.

 

Tupac – Dear Mama

I always loved this video but after my mother died from cancer it became more significant to me. I feel every word from start to finish.

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Tell us your source of inspiration.

My mother. She believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself. I have to show her and everybody else who believed in me that they weren’t wrong.

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Tell us your experience on dealing with fans.

I love all my supporters. I remember it was a time I felt like I couldn’t get anybody to listen. I respect anybody who listens to my music and appreciates it for what it is.

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Elaborate on the recording of this song.

I recorded 50 Shots in the summer of 2018. I knew it was going to make a difference if I planned it right. Then, I just kept grinding until I could shoot the video the way…

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Tell us your future projects.

My first mixtape is dropping in November. I have more videos and features that will be dropping throughout the year as well.

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List the names of those that have supported you so far.

Eastchester Family.

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Tell us your point of view on vocal tuning.

I think vocal tuning is a good option for musicians… It gives the artist a chance to experiment different ways that they can approach their music.

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Tell us your thought on quality and quantity for the release of songs.

I prefer quality over quantity. You could have a million songs and put in the work but if it’s not quality music it’s not going to last.

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Tell us your viewpoint on comparing music career to non-music career.

I don’t see a difference between a music career and a non-music one. Being a musician is just like owning a business. People see all the nice things musicians have but don’t understand how much work it took behind the scenes.

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Tell us your opinion on categorizing music into genres and sub-genres.

I believe sub-genres are necessary because everybody is different. As the genre grows it gets broken down into smaller ones but each sub-genre helps push the culture forward.

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State the genre you despise most with reason.

I don’t despise any genre because I know what the music that I like does for me so I can’t despise a whole genre that probably made a change in someone’s life.

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List your five favourite movies with reasons.

Boyz in the Hood

It gives you a visual perspective on how the people you love the most could put you in situation that can stop you from achieving your destiny.

 

Shottas

My father is Jamaican so I grew up watching it and we bonded a lot through watching this movie. It shows a ‘rags to riches’ story in a Jamaican point of view.

 

Nothing was sugarcoated; it showed you how treacherous it can get when you are pushed to the edge living in poverty

 

Gangs of New York

I’m from New York so it’s cool to see an image of what the streets of New York looked like before it turned into what we know it as now.

 

A Bronx Tale

I love mafia movies and the movie kept me engaged from the beginning to the end.

 

Black Panther

Black Panther has a powerful message. It’s the first movie I saw with strong black super heroes and villains.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

50 Shots means I got 50 shots in the strap so I can protect myself and my people.

 

Mobile Version

Tueazee – I Know

Tueazee – I Know

 

 

 

 

 

Tueazee – I Know

Tueazee – I Know

 

 

 

 

 

SONG TITLE: I Know

 

ALBUM TITLE: Glo Up

 

RELEASE DATE:  July 10, 2018

 

GENRE Hip Hop

 

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Tueazee  (pronounced too-easy) is an exciting music group based in Augusta, GA, and they have been making music for about a year now.

 

Releasing music under the J Tizzle Muzic label, the group recently unveiled a new, exciting single titled “I Know.”

 

The song is a great example of Tueazee’s pure and uncompromising combination of new and old-school hip-hop, making for a driven, direct and fast-paced feel that knows no compromises whatsoever.

 

Their flow echoes the work of seminal performers such as Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, Common or J Cole, bridging the gaps between the unmistakable tone of the 90s golden age and the modern feel.

 

Ultimately, “I Know” stands out as a perfect combination of old-school hip-hop and modern punch, making for a striking, professional and world-class production value.

 

 

Discuss your music.

Creative hymns that give the hopeless a purpose.

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Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.

Slick moves or phases involving the crowd and also stepping out into the crowd to feel their pulse.

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List the names of your biggest supporters.

The most high.

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Discuss your experience as an artist.

Arduous but fulfilling.

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Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

Quitting my craft when I didn’t see a way…

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Discuss the story behind the song.

Many people pose as others

A few friends are fraudulent

Some of them even leech off of your energy

“I know”.

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Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.

Pit stops are necessary on your road to success.

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Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.

With ever-changing concepts and limitless rhyme schemes the sound can be a little raspier aiming to target many genres.

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Discuss your best mood during performance.

Slightly agitated and an empty stomach.

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List your best artists with reasons.

Muddy Waters due to his mannish twang raspy vocals and poverty-stricken stories.

 

Lupe Fiasco due to his visually descriptive lyrics and humongous word play.

 

Adele due to her powerful yet wispy voice that overpowers any record.

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Discuss your songwriting and recording.

If I’m doing the country genre I want a little glum but satisfaction on the other hand, if I’m doing a hip hop track I want to be poignant and confident.

 

These mindsets go in to the recording aspect as well.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

Glo up

Glo being an acronym

G God L like O ones

 so glo up…

 

 

Mobile Version

Beema Beatz + Chiae - Tricks

Beema Beatz + Chiae – Tricks

Beema Beatz + Chiae – Tricks

 

 

 

 

 

Beema Beatz + Chiae - Tricks

Beema Beatz + Chiae – Tricks

 

 

 

 

Beema Beatz + Chiae – Tricks

 

Beema Beatz has become a prominent name in Hip-Hop, R&B, and Pop production. Because American rap music was becoming saturated with bland content, Beema sought to develop a different skill in music – beat-making. His interest in urban music production began in his teenage years. At this time, he was not really keen on traveling and wasn’t aware of the opportunities outside of his environment. “It was all about going to school, doing my homework, then going out, rapping, and hanging out with my friends. I actually began producing because of a bet that I and my friends did.” Beema says. “Next thing I knew, half of Brooklyn knew about my production skills, and I became a hood celebrity!” Eventually, he started meeting artists from various states and countries to collaborate on music projects.

 

All in all, Beema Beatz is determined to reshape the sound of modern urban music. Through his melodic string-based instrumentation to hard-hitting 808 drums, he has the talent to change the direction of the music business. Beema states, “I want to help striving artists make hit records, because I love doing it, and I love being part of something special”.

 

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N B + Shauny Roulette - Whats Going On

N B – What’s Going On

N B + Shauny Roulette – What’s Going On

 

 

 

 

 

N B + Shauny Roulette - Whats Going On

N B + Shauny Roulette – Whats Going On

 

 

 

 

N B + Shauny Roulette – What’s Going On

 

Norris Bennett A.K.A. N.B the Rapper/Sanger Dude was born in Douglas, GA. N.B moved around a lot as a child due to his father’s career in the military. While constantly traveling, and discovering different cultures as well as environments, doors were opened to many things. Eventually, it turned into his life’s mission to become an entertainer. Starting around the age of four N.B would sing as well as perform for family, friends, neighbors, and anyone around who was willing to listen. Whenever music came on, N.B was front, and center doing his thing. That was the start of his lifelong passion for music, singing, performing, as well as all-around entertaining. Having a vision of controlling his own destiny N.B decided to make it happen independently for himself, and South Georgia as a whole. N.B became a man on a mission, to be heard, seen as well as taken seriously in the music industry. He set his sights on mastering his singing voice. Shortly after that N.B began to rap.

 

In 2006 he decided to quit his job to pursue music full time. Although his influences are T.I, Ludacris, R. Kelly, Musiq Soulchild, T-Pain, and Usher; N.B strives to be different, while standing out as an entertainer that’s continuing to grow and develop his talents.

 

In 2010 he relocated to Florida, one of the best decisions he’s made in his career. He began doing shows in Orlando, Daytona, and other parts of Florida, doing both radio and magazine interviews, mixtapes, and even making his acting debut on TruTv’s South Beach Tow Season 3 episodes 16, 17, and 18. He also appeared in “Web Series” by Comedy Flo Entertainment. He also was on”Ballers” a new series for HBO staring Dewayne “The Rock” Johnson playing the part of Vernon’s Crew. He was also cast on Alvin and the Chipmunks 4 as a Paparazzi. N.B has also recently inked a co-publishing deal with Kicksta Muzik Publishing (BMI) to assist him with film and television placement opportunities. N.B has an EP out called “Mr will throw it” as well as other movie and TV acting roles…

 

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Music Distribution + Licensing

Broadtube Business Network

Broadtube Business Network was established in 2014 by the prolific songwriter Kolade Olamide Ayodeji with the main goal of connecting people and promoting music across the globe.

 

 

Broadtube Business Network covers social networking, music blogging, digital distribution, music licensing, broadcasting, promotion…

 

Broadtube Music Network features various analytical interviews with gifted artists/musicians across the globe.

 

Broadtube Music Network is a platform to uncover newly come music, discover new artists and smoke out a timeless piece of music.

 

Broadtube Music Distribution is an approved digital distributor that delivers songs to digital stores worldwide. Music licensing is available to the artists distributing through us.

 

Broadtube Music Distribution delivers music videos to TV Stations and Video pools.

 

Broadtube Music Network promotes artists globally online by featuring their various musical works with rich content while maintaining a high search engine optimization.

 

Broadtube Music Network comprises a music blog, ten online TV channels, one weekly magazine book and ten Spotify Playlists for the promotion of artists across the globe. Our Spotify Promotion Packages are very effective.

 

Broadtube Social Networking

You can use Broadtube Social Network to invite and connect with your fans by creating a profile and inviting them as an artist or actor.

 

You can use Broadtube Social Network to invite and connect with your clients or customers by creating a profile and inviting them as a businessman or professional.

 

You can post updates on upcoming events.

 

You can message fans.

 

You can invite and chat with friends by creating a profile and inviting them to Broadtube Social Network.

 

Broadtube Social Network makes it easier for you to chat with friends across the globe.

Feel the freedom!

 

A powerful connecting tool for free.

 

 

Sign up and create a free profile on Broadtube Music. Invite your friends and family members to register. Send messages for free and connect with friends and family members.

 

Our social networking platform is designed for artists, singles, friends, and families.

 

Our chatbox is easy to use and there is an additional message box for composing messages. You can post your daily events on your wall.

 

Chatbox is opened to registered members only so you need to sign up and log in before the chatbox can pop up.

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Broadtube Music Distribution

Worldwide Distribution of Music to Digital Stores & Delivery of Music Videos to TV Channels.

 

We will deliver timeless music to over 200 digital music stores plus music licensing.

 

 

We will deliver your stunning music videos to TV Channels and Video Streaming Outlets.

 

We have 2 blogs, 1 Mag Book, 10 Spotify Playlists and 10 Online TV Channels for Music Promotion.

 

We screen and approve the songs or music videos before we can accept to distribute or deliver so it is not about the money but creating a good reputation.

 

We promote your music by submitting to Radio Stations and Music Blogs.

 

Artist keeps 70 percent while Broadtube Music Distribution keeps the remaining 30 percent for Music Distribution and Licensing.

 

Contract with Broadtube Music Distribution and Licensing is non-exclusive.

 

We will deliver to the following stores:

24-7 Entertainment

 

7digital

 

AMI Entertainment

 

AWA

 

Akazoo

 

Alibaba Music Group

 

Amazon

 

Anghami

 

Aspiro/TIDAL

 

Beatport

 

BounDEE

 

Deezer

 

Dubset

 

Google Music

 

Gracenote

 

InProdicon

 

Juno

 

KKBOX

 

LINE

 

MediaNet

 

NetEase Network

 

Pandora

 

Rhapsody

 

Saavn

 

Simfy Africa

 

Sirius XM

 

Slacker

 

Spotify

 

Tencent

 

Tesla

 

UMA

 

Yandex

 

iFeel Music

 

iHeartRadio

 

REQUIREMENT:

IF YOUR SONGS ARE APPROVED AND SELECTED FOR MUSIC DISTRIBUTION AND LICENSING.

 

Ensure you have registered the songs with your PRO.

 

Ensure you have a PRO-assigned IPI (or CAE) number.

 

This will enable you to get recurring royalties from the licensing and use of your songs.

Sign the Nonexclusive Contract Form properly.

 

State the title of the selected three songs on the form.

 

Send us an artwork (4000 X 4000 pixels, JPG) – Texts must be bold and easy to read. Texts must display only the name of the artist and one of the selected songs. Avoid the use of an image that will overshadow the texts. If you have a problem designing artwork, you can visit our website and use our order form to order the artwork or inform your visual artist to redesign one and state the pixels and JPG.

 

Send us the WAV Files of the three songs (preferable) or Mp3.

 

Send us the lyrics to the three selected songs.

 

Send us the Metadata for the three songs or you can visit our website to order for ‘Tag My Song’ under Music Distribution or search online for companies tagging songs. We need accurate info like Description, Tempo, BPM, Genre, Moods, Styles, Cue Type, Featured Instruments, Sound-Alike, Vocals, and Sub Genres of each song.

 

Send us your biography (not fewer than 300 words).

 

Send us one artist’s photo/picture displaying the face 1000 X 1000 pixels.

 

These are the things we will need for the Music Distribution and Licensing.

 

Additional Requirement for Music Licensing:

 

Register your songs with a PRO.

You can only join one PRO so check the links below and go for one. Register as a songwriter or register for both the songwriter and publisher. After the registration, you will be able to register your songs online with the PRO, you will be assigned CAE/IPI number and your songs will have a work number and ISWC number.

Join BMI

 

Join ASCAP

 

You must have an IPI Number assigned to you by your PRO.

Obtain an ISWC Number for your songs. ISWC (International Standard Musical Work Code) is a particular, permanent and universally accepted ISO reference number for the identification of musical works. Note that ISRC is not the same as ISWC. You can get an ISWC via ISWC International Agency

 

http://www.iswc.org/

 

ISWCs are generally assigned to musical compositions by music publishers and PRO societies.

 

ASCAP is the official ISWC issuance agency, but even if you are not a member of ASCAP you can get an ISWC.

 

You need to provide the details of the musical work such as the Song Title, Composers, Authors, and Arrangers with their role and their CAE/IPI number (assigned by ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC to songwriters and music publishers in the U.S.) to get the ISWC.

 

BMI has a system also and you only need to check online to find out if BMI has registered your songs fully.

 

Below are the tools to find your ISWC online. The tools are also good for identifying the copyright owners of musical works.

 

http://iswcnet.cisac.org/confirmLogin.do

 

https://www.ascap.com/repertory

 

https://cocatalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

 

http://www.loc.gov/rr/record/

 

We will assign ISRC Numbers from our end.

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Music Licensing

Do not submit to us a song that is exclusively licensed elsewhere or you intend to license exclusively somewhere. Exclusive contract means you grant the licensing company the right to be the only one to license the song but in a non-exclusive contract; many licensing companies can license your song and it is not limited to one company. Do not submit to us a song that contains illegal pornographic. Do not submit a song that is participating in the YouTube Content ID. Do not submit a song that you do not own the 100 percent rights. Do not submit a cover version of a copyright song belonging to another artist. Submit only the original song that you own the 100 percent rights and you do not intend to grant the exclusive rights to a music licensing company. Our contract is nonexclusive.

Music Video Delivery Service

We will deliver to the following TV Stations and Video Outlets.

Channel O

 

AATW TV

 

Trace Music TV

 

CBBC – Got What It Takes

 

LoveLive

 

Skyline IFE

 

Revolt TV

 

Able TV

 

CBBC – Saturday Mash-Up

 

MOBO Awards

 

Soccer AM

 

Associated Press

 

CBBC Official Chart Show

 

MoodMaster (Jukebook)

 

Sound of Music

 

B4U Network

 

CSC (Chart Show TV)

 

MTV UK

 

Soundnet

 

BBC Arts

 

Download Links

 

Mustard TV

 

Stellify Media

 

BBC Breakfast

 

Global Eagle Entertainment

 

MyTV

 

Strawberry Blond TV

 

BBC Music Awards

 

Global TV

 

Nice One Productions

 

STV

 

BBC One

 

Hot Sauce TV

 

Nickelodeon

 

Sub TV

 

BBC Radio 1

 

Imagesound

 

North One TV

 

Thames TV (X-Factor/BGT)

 

BBC The One Show

 

Inflight Dublin

 

Oath

 

The Brits

 

BBC TOTP

 

intu Trafford Centre

 

Ocko TV (Czech Republic)

 

The Graham Norton Show

 

BBC Two Arts

 

ITN Productions

 

Perfect Octave

 

The National Lottery Live

 

BBC World Service

 

ITV – Saturday Morning w/ James Martin

 

PPL Video Store

 

TSG Media

 

Blue Peter

 

ITV GMB

 

Princess TV

 

U Music TV

 

Bmusic (Latest TV)

 

ITV Loose Women

 

Promo Only

 

Video Pool

 

Box Television

 

ITV Lorraine

 

Red Bull TV

 

Vintage TV

 

BritAsia TV

 

ITV Royal Variety Performance

 

Remedy Productions

 

Vubiquity

 

Britrox TV

 

ITV Saturday Night Takeaway

 

Reuters

 

WeMix

 

Broadpals Music Channel

 

ITV Scrambled!

 

SCS Technologies

 

Whats Up TV

 

BT TV

 

ITV This Morning

 

Shoot Music

 

Xtendamix Europe

 

Cactus TV

 

Lemon and Money TV

 

Sky TV

 

California Music TV

 

IndiMusic TV

 

REQUIREMENT:

IF YOUR MUSIC VIDEO IS APPROVED AND SELECTED FOR OUR MUSIC DELIVERY SERVICE.

 

Make payment via our WorkSender Music Form.

 

Send the Download Link to the Video via email as we will contact you after payment.

 

Provide us with the Video ISRC Number and Audio ISRC Number.

(You can contact us if you do not have the Video ISRC). A music video must have a Video ISRC Number and Audio ISRC Number. The two codes are not the same. Artists must have two codes for their music videos (Video ISRC and Audio ISRC).

 

Include your biography or press release not fewer than 300 words.

 

Broadtube Music Channel App For Mobile Phones

Broadtube Music Channel is a fascinating app that allows users to watch music videos online, discover gifted artists on music blogs and listen to radio stations. An entertaining platform that broadcasts music videos online and features various artists.

 

Click here to download Broadtube Music App for iOS mobile phones: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch via PWA Store.

 

Click here to download Broadtube Music App for Android Phones via Google Play.

 

Click here to download Broadtube Music App for Amazon Kindle Fire HD, Fire HD, and Fire Phone via Amazon.

 

 

Click here to download Broadtube Music App for Windows via Microsoft.

 

 

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

 

 

 

 

 

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

 

 

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

 

ConSio is an up and coming Hip-Hop artist from Birmingham, Alabama who is taking the Atlanta music scene by storm.

 

ConSio’s MUSIC is described as Hop-Hop, Pop, and R&B. His musical influences range from Flo Rida, Lupe Fiasco, B.o.B to Outkast, 2Pac, and Nas. ConSio has been working alongside talented producer Jason Andrews of Spotlight Sound Studios.

 

ConSio has debuted his diverse talent with his freshman album “CONSIO DREAM,” … Along with the release of his album, you can find CONSIO’S TOUR VIDEO on YouTube, displaying THOUSANDS OF FANS cheering on his performances.

 

ConSio has graced the stages of many theaters across the U.S., including Canada.  Most recent venues of which ConSio has performed at are: Sold Out Shows at CenterStage in Atlanta, GA, House Of Blues in Houston, TX, Nourse Theater in San Francisco, CA and Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto Canada.

 

Currently, ConSio is working on his latest album release entitled, “VISION,” with Grammy-nominated record producer Nick Chahwala for Katy Perry, T.I., Mariah Carey, and More featuring a list of artists, including Sofia Bartra, nominated for best independent pop album of the year in 2016.  Look for ConSio’s new album to release in 2019, along with hot, new singles that will show up on the next album.

 

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