New Kinetic Typography Style lyric video by #BajanHipHop artist & producer GMC called “All I Know” Feat. Robbin HooD & Nessa.
Produced, Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by #GMCOfficialMusic: http://www.facebook.com/GMCOfficialMusic
Video By: Futuristik Filmz, a division of #GMCOfficialMusic:
New Music video by Caribbean Hiphop artist GMC performing “Bullshittin’ Wit Words“. (C) 2013 Futuristik Musik Group.
Written, Recorded & Edited By GMC for Futuristik Filmz 2013.
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GMC teams up with J.Life & Piranha Ice on this crazy joint “Hate All U Want”. ” Its Life’s track, so when he first brought it to me & I heard the beat & intro I was like this is fyahhh, and he was actually rapping lol. I wrote & recorded my 16 & told him[Life] that “Ice” would smash this.. we went for it & it came out as expected” Says GMC….Check it out!!!
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There’s an effective networking practice that’s happening more with independent rock bands than with independent hip hop artists. This practice can be called “gig swapping”.
It works like this: Artist A is a hot artist in his own town. he invites Artist B, from a nearby city, to open for him.
Artist B is unknown in the region, thereby exposing him to a brand new audience. This favor is then returned to Artist A, sending him to Artist B’s city with the opportunity to connect with a different audience.
This is a great way to build and expand your fanbase. A few things to note:
Connecting with an artist in the same geographical region makes travel less costly. So start by networking with an artist in a nearby city.
You can find artists by searching Twitter, Myspace, Reverbnation and this blog to find other indie hip hop artists.
Make sure that the artists you’re connecting too has some kind of following in their home town or this won’t be beneficial to you.
Article courtesy of IndieHiphop.net