“RingPlus is thrilled to be launching the music download segment of its business with him,” said Jerry Mowery, RingPlus General Counsel.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
RingPlus is excited to announce that on Monday, October 10, 2016, Baby Sham (Former Member of Flipmode Squad) will debut the first two singles (“She Knows” and “Supplier”) from the upcoming album titled “Blank Canvas” exclusively on RingPlus. The songs will be debut and be available for download sales exclusively on RingPlus Radio and in the RingPlus Store.
“RingPlus is thrilled to be launching the music download segment of its business with Baby Sham,” said Jerry Mowery, RingPlus General Counsel.
RingPlus will play and sell Baby Sham’s songs over RingPlus Radio nationwide as well as on its R&B and Hip-Hop/Rap stations. Baby Sham’s songs will be available for download via RingPlus Radio to RingPlus subscribers, and to RingPlus subscribers and non-subscribers alike in the RingPlus Store (https://store.ringplus.net/).
RingPlus Radio replaces the “ring” its subscribers would normally hear when they place a call with interactive media content including music, news and ads. This is how Baby Sham’s songs will be promoted and sold to RingPlus subscribers.
About Baby Sham:
Baby Sham is an international Hip-Hop, Rap and R&B star. Baby Sham rose to fame as a member of the Flipmode squad founded by Platinum recording artist Busta Rhymes and Rampage. Baby Sham has been featured on movie soundtracks including “Friday After Next” starring Ice Cube and Michael Epps. In 1999, Baby Sham was honored with a Source Award for New Artist of the Year as a member of the group “Flipmode Squad.” In 2004, Baby Sham was honored with two ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards for best R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap Song for the song “I Know What you Want” featuring Mariah Carey, and an ASCAP Pop Award for Best Pop Song.
RingPlus is a prepaid, no-contract cell phone service provider operating on the Sprint Nationwide Network. It features monthly plans ranging in price from free to paid at the best prices in the U.S. RingPlus’ replacement of the “ring” in outgoing calls creates alternative revenue streams that offset the cost of its free and paid plans for its subscribers. RingPlus holds the patents for the replacing the “ring” in U.S. Patents 7,006,608 and 7,227,929.