I can truly say I have been blessed to witness some of the greats of Hip Hop perform live on stage. The feeling is one that can hardly be described with words. When you witness your favorite MC touch that mic and spit your favorite song, its like time freezes and you're fully in the moment. I have been blessed to see Biggie Smalls aka Big Poppa aka Biggie aka Frank White whatever name you refer him by , perform live on stage and NEVER will I forget this experience. His stage
At Imperial Radio Network, our devoted team works tirelessly around the clock in order to provide a user-friendly experience to the avid listener, music submittees and promoters alike. Recently, per request, we introduced our Weekly Top 10-- A weekly rap and hip-hop chart, where you, the listener may vote your favorite song and artist to the top of our charts. [read more] Introducing direct uploads. Submitting your music is now faster and easier than ever with direct uploads!
When it comes to aspiring new artists in the music industry, a common misconception is that you will become an overnight celebrity just because you made a couple catchy songs. Most artists don't realize that it takes years of perfecting your craft in order to become an artist as opposed to a rap star. In today's hip-hop, it has become a trendy issue as opposed to actually using 'skills'. When I say skills, I mean using similes, metaphors and the likes. You know, the kind of t
As a radio host and part-time music promoter, I use a lot of social media outlets to discover and reach out to new talents on a regular basis. However, over the past year or so Twitter has become my main channel. So, in this entry we'll focus on Twitter. With that said; This past year I've dealt with a lot of indie artists and group through the media giant, noticing many constants. So, here are just a couple common examples of mistakes some independent artists make on Twitter