Live Music Reviews have become an essential part of the indie music community. As with any hot trend in hip hop, you have your originators, imitators, and scammers. We pride ourselves on working hard to innovate and enhance the hip hop culture and have linked up with Legendary Cappra James, Owner and Founder of the Original Live Review on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livemusicreview11/ .
What Makes Us Different? – Our show will be broadcasting not only on Facebook but on live internet radio world-wide! Yes there will still be "Live Reviews" but indie artist must understand this. Our Live Review show will be exposing the artist to a mainstream community of Listeners and not just other artist. We will discuss topics relative to the culture, and artist growth to engage our audience which in turn will expose the artist to our fan base of music lovers and critics the same. We also have an artist "showcase." This is a feature artist should take advantage of only after having released the showcased material. This includes live radio play and review of (3) three songs, with 2 played Back 2 Back, and 1 during prime time. As well as a 7 day feature on our page in the spotlight!
To The Artist - Be professional and represent yourself to the world as a legitimate artist! Only artist who are engaged in the current show may eligible for a review. Songs are played by host selection. All materials submitted to the station must be licensed and properly registered to receive pay or placement
Our Objectives – To allow our fans a chance to listen to indie and commercial music while engaging in live shows that will review music, discuss hip hop culture related topics and provide indie artist with a way to be paid for radio play by a licensed internet station.
What else? – We will discuss topics relative to the culture, and artist growth to engage our audience which in turn will expose the artist to our fan base of music lovers and critics the same.
BTB Radio is Licensed? –
There are two kinds of licensing. There are recording artist royalties, and publisher royalties. In general, a terrestrial broadcast radio station pays only the recording artist royalties. Internet radio stations must also pay something called publisher royalties, or “mechanical duplication” royalties. Basically, every artist in our rotation gets paid for their music!
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