London native Ben Oakes releases the visual for his latest single, “Evolution” featuring Bobby Dub. Ben Oakes stands up for the youth with a unique perspective on stereotypes in society, even stripping completely naked to prove a point.
Migos stay workin, and they’ve shot a new video for their record “Wishy Washy”. Here’s some behind the scenes footage from the shoot. S/O to Hood Affairs.
Mubu Gang representer (King Louie’s camp) Bubble Eye decides to give us some new material right in time for Christmas. The Chicago native gives us the visual for his latest single, “Shoutout” featuring K’Valentine.
Skippa Da Flippa links with QC labelmates Offset and Rich The Kid for his latest visual, “Safe House”, produced by Zaytoven. His latest mixtape, “I’m Havin” is out now.
Kidd Called Quest and King Righteous come together again for another release titled “Woke Up This Morning”. This will be appearing on their upcoming “Young Black and Restless” project.
I get questions all the time from artists wanting to know what exactly the differences are between BDS and Mediabase. They know they should have one or the other, but don’t know why. No more excuses, here’s what you should know, and its quite simple.
This system uses computers to listen to the large stations throughout the country, Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems is the world’s leading provider of airplay tracking for the entertainment industry. It’s free to submit your music to BDS for tracking. You do not need a bar code to register with BDS. This is a necessity if you are looking for a deal. Labels need to see that the radio stations are playing your music.
This system is similar in concept to BDS, but instead of using computers to listen, it uses people. Mediabase is owned by Clear Channel, the largest owner of radio stations (1200) in the world. MediaBase and BDS both monitor about 80% of the same stations; therefore you may need to get both in order to get proper coverage.
Any questions? Please feel free to leave them in the comments section.
Atlanta’s Rich The Kid is still at it, and today gives us the visual for his record “From The Streets”. This will be featured on his new project, “Rich Than Famous” dropping on Christmas Day.