Hip Hop Bloggers “If I Ruled the Blogosphere” Parts I & II
As a producer who want’s to take his music seriously it is always good to stay intune with the developments of the power of promotion and the power of the next generation of media….. I really do recommend that you watch both parts and take some knowledge from it
On Saturday, April 3, Future of Music Coaltion and Words Beats & Life are teaming up for If I Ruled the Blogosphere: Hip-Hop Bloggers and Social Change, a panel discussion that takes place from 4:15 PM-6PM at Busboys & Poets (2021 14th St NW, Washington, DC).
The event features prominent hip-hop bloggers in a dynamic conversation about how artists are gaining traction online, the impact of technology on music promotion and how bloggers and artists can raise awareness about important issues in the hip-hop community and beyond. If you’re in town, you’ll want to get your tickets right now before it sells out.
With music and technology moving at such a rapid pace, hip-hop artists and advocates increasingly have a lot of questions about how to get a foot in the door.
This event will give them an opportunity to interact with the most influential hip-hop bloggers in the country.The discussion features prominent hip-hop bloggers such as Meka Udoh (2 Dope Boyz), Dallas Penn (Dallas Penn & the Internets Celebrities), Jason Reynolds (OkayPlayer), Frank William Miller Junior (FWMJ of rappersiknow.com) and Chris Rabb (Afro-Netizen) talking about why they do what they do and what they’re looking for to create compelling content. These dedicated champions of hip-hop will address questions like: “How do I get attention for my project?” “What should I be thinking about in terms of web presence?” “What kinds technologies exist to help me do all this?”
FMC will be on hand to talk about how policy shapes what the hip-hop community does, where it goes and what it says on the online. FMC will also present information that bloggers, artists, and fans can use to protect their right to free speech and entrepreneurship via the open Internet.
A question and answer/peer learning session will also take place immediately after, during which attendees will be able to network with peers, panelists and presenters.