(PRWEB) January 14, 2005
The new magazine Wordondastreetz has now launched its new website (http://www.wordondastreetz.com) and is promising to be one of the biggest magazines for independent artist. It is strictly a ratings magazine that allows the public to log onto the site listen to the artist music and vote one through 5. The end results will be posted on the site and in our 72 page full color magazine.
I feel like there is some serious talent in the underground circuit but due to lack of money artist cannot afford advertisement and exposure. Said the owner Michelle Brownfield. Interesting enough the rates to get into this magazine are extremely cheap and the owner said she plans on keeping it that way.
The ratings will allow the public to determine who is hot and who is not. I feel like a lot of corporate record labels push a lot of music on to the people. Hence when you first hear a song and then you say I don't like it and then a few months later the song grows on you. We want it so the first time you hear a song you are like I really like that persons music.
If the public likes your music the public will buy your music. The music industry is changing so much since the internet has been up that now is the time to get in where you fit in. This magazine does a compare and contrast to the talent thats already out there.
That means if you think that one of the artist music thats on main stream is wack then so be it thats what goes into the magazine. As compared to a no name artist who may clearly have more talent then that person. It's time to put the music ratings back into the peoples hands where it belongs the consumers.
One challenge that the music magazine has to deal with is the fact that most independent artist are chasing after the big dream of fame and fortune. So they may not want to invest into something that is not as big as a source magazine or vibe. But what they don't realize is if all of us independent artist come to work together we can do some really big things.
One urban magazine that started out as a magazine strictly for the independents was Murder Dog. But a lot has changed since they first came out due to lack of support from independent artist. It's like they are just blind to the opportunities out there.
I know if someone came to me wanting to give me some exposure if even on a regional level and I was a artist I would invest to get my career going. Wordondastreetz will be featuring various categories of different types of music. Allowing more artist to get themselves exposed to the world.
Word on da streetz also allows independent clothing lines to get into the magazine to get themselves some exposure. We support all types of different sponsorships as long as it pertains to the urban community. You get exposure on our website for 25.00 a month and that entails a picture of you or your group a song played in its entirety, a small write up from the editor, a voters poll and your contact info at the bottom of your link.
We have various contacts from different major labels that will at least have them looking and listening to your music.
To find out more about this site and its plans log on to http://www.wordondastreetz.com.
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