Vote for the song that you think is the hottest. The hottest artist wins a cash prize, a free radio interview on Hot Hitz Radio, a write up on Hot Hitz Radio and promotion on several social media networks.
Stay updated to when Hot Hitz Radio goes live. Each artists will receive 10 points when a fan request your track to be played on Hot Hitz Radio. Requests can be made via twitter, snapchat, facebook, or instagram. All Social Media for HotHitzRadio is @damoent
First Live show will Sunday January 28, 2018 from 9-11pm Central Time.
Independent underground artist LDG IS LIKE, is finally back on his grind and re-branding his label (WLR) from top to bottom. With LDG’s new Single, BLOW, he’s doing exactly that. Blow, is the leading record off of the soon to come album, Dedicated to My Enemies, available on all streaming services and digital retailers.
LDG is a veteran in the Akron music scene and has been earning his keep as of late. The completion of 3 albums in 2016/2017 are now in the process of being pressed up and released. Blow being the first official single in almost two years should create some major excitement for fans. The Single is has a Club feel but structured with top notch lyrics. Packed with creative lines, double entendres, and metaphors every type of person is bound to find themselves moving to this record.
LDG says the song was inspired by one of his favorite boxers, Gennady Golovkin (Triple G). Golovkin is known to be one of the most devastating knockout punchers in the sport of boxing today, validating LDG’s claims of his Blow, and “packing a punch”. The beat was produced by Mad Real and recorded by Nathan Vail, in Kenmore, Ohio at Just a Dream Studios. You can stream the song on Spotify here: https://goo.gl/hcefrB it’s also available on Amazon, ITunes, Apple Music, Tidal and more! Visit www.wonloverecords.com for updates on LDG IS LIKE.
Come out and perform at the Black History Month Tribute to Old School Hip Hop and R&B show. This show will be a tribute to the old school hip hop and r&b artists who paved the way for our music artists today.
Many artists today only want to do hip hop but have no real understanding of how far this genre of music has grown and been adapted by many cultures around the world.
From lawsuits of using vulgar language at concerts, albums banned in record stores, a genre of music that was labeled as a creation of a violent mindset for our youth, hip hop was the voice of the streets that couldn’t be spoken through media but expressed through hip hop (a beat with rhyming words).
But back to the showcase. The best performer will get a $250 cash prize.
If you would like to enter the showcase please contact me, DJ Damo at 314-448-9903
The contest will be in Memphis at the Height Hookah Lounge on February 18th.
These are a few photos of the people that are already preparing themselves for the opportunity.