The JamIt Or SlamIt [Unsigned Music Aritst] Grand Finale for 2011

The winners of  Tonight JamIt Or Slamit Competition Year End (GRAND FINALE)
1st. Place: Scumm ” You Fail ”             2nd Place: Kovan ” Call Me ”
Grand Prize will win a $1300 package Full size 8.5 X 11 page Artist Feature Ad in our Magazine @$500 FREE, A 30 minute Interview @ $ 200 FREE Full Size Head Line Banner @ $200 FREE, Commercial Spot featuring your single @ $150 FREE, 10 Spot Rotations… @ $250 FREE
“2nd place song will win a $625 package 1/2 page Artist Feature Ad @ $225 in Hip Hop National Magazine FREE Commercial Spot featuring your single @ $150 FREE, 10 Spot Rotations @ $250 FREE.

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If you are a Music Artist seeking exposure Test Drive your music on our show. Get the EarlyBird Special Now http://hiphopnational.com/jamit

By |December 16th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Does The “Counter” On Youtube Really Spell Success?

Special Guest: DARRYL SWANN

Topic Title By: Darryl Swann

BIO
Darryl’s first session as second engineer took place
in 1986 with famed production team LA and Babyface as they produced the hit song “Rock Steady” for R & B vocal group The Whispers. Within a month, he became night manager and first engineer at Silverlake Recording Studios, literally living at the studio while conducting round-the-clock
sessions and learning the Trident Series 80B console.

After a break to earn his bachelor’s degree from UCLA, Darryl returned to engineering full time atStraight Arrow Studios in Van Nuys, where he wrote, produced, and engineered his first major label release with Motown group Pretty in Pink (featuring Chaka Kahn’s daughter Melini Kahn). Then, Darryl’s own group, Cultural Revolution,signed with Sony/Epic/New Deal Records and released the single “Nite & Day” on the soundtrackto the John Singleton-directed film Poetic Justice.In 1997, Darryl began writing and producing with MacyGray, resulting in the multi-platinum album Macy Gray “OnHow Life Is” as well as producing her follow-up album,”The Id”. He has worked alon side by side with producer Rick Rubin who acted as Executive Producer on the second record. Darryl has also worked closely in the past with Will-I-Am and the Black-Eyed-Peas, among many others.During the latter part of 2010, Darryl composed the score for the soon to be released feature film “From The Rough” featuring actors Michael Clarke Duncan, Tom Felton of “Harry Potter” fame, and Taraje’ Hensen of films “Hustle and Flow”,and “Benjamin Button”.

By |December 14th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Is The Hook, The Most Important Piece Of The Master Piece?

Host: Lady DI (The Hostess With The Mostess)
Co-Host: Pebbles

To call: 213-559-2995
To Chat: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/hiphopnationalradio
Tonight at 10pm Est| 9pm Cst| 8pm Mst| 7pm Pst|

The Hip Hop National Radio Conference Call & Feedback Line will be discussing: Is The Hook, The Most Important Piece Of The Master Piece?

Have you ever said to your self I just can’t seem to get that song out of my head? That is the lyrical phrase or melody referred to as The Hook. The hook is the part that grabs your attention first it take you both by the ear and the heart it is the the part of the song that you find unforgettable. By the end of the tune you are either either singing, whistling or humming it you just can’t let it go. That’s why it is call the Hook the question is, Is It The Most Important Piece Of The Master Piece?

Tonight the Hip Hop National Family, will give you the best tips and tools for getting the most exposure for your success. The Hip Hop National Radio & Feedback line is design to connect the Music Artist directly with the Music Industry.

If you are interested being a guest on our Hip Hop National Radio Show & Feedback panel or advertising with us? Please contact us at 877-580-8555! Artist send music to hiphopntl@gmail.com, be sure to leave your name and phone number that you can be contact at!

By |December 12th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

What Is A Good Distribution Deal -VS- Bad Distribution Deal?

Host: Lady DI (The Hostess With The Mostess)
Co-Host: Pebbles
To call: 213-559-2995
To Chat: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/hiphopnationalradio
Tonight at 10pm Est| 9pm Cst| 8pm Mst| 7pm Pst|

The Hip Hop National Radio Conference Call & Feedback Line will be discussing:

Tonight the Hip Hop National Family, will give you the best tips and tools for getting the most exposure for your success. The Hip Hop National Radio & Feedback line is design to connect the Music Artist directly with the Music Industry.

If you are interested being a guest on our Hip Hop National Radio Show & Feedback panel or advertising with us? Please contact us at 877-580-8555! Artist send music to hiphopntl@gmail.com, be sure to leave your name and phone number that you can be contact at!

By |December 9th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments|