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Now more than ever, music fans love to not only hear a song but to see the visuals you create. Your new music video is essential in establishing your buzz, brand and identity as an artist, so effective music video promotion is imperative to getting your music video in front of the maximum number of viewers and new fans possible.

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That's where working with the best music video promotion company makes a world of difference. HIP Video Promo are the experts when it comes to utilizing and promoting to every potential platform, outlet, and portal to spread the word and boost your buzz.

Founded in the year 2000, Andy Gesner and his team have promoted over 4500 music videos. Most importantly, HIP has the experience and relationships necessary to connect your new music video with fans online, on terrestrial TV, in retail locations and fitness centers, on YouTube playlists, and on OTT (video-on-demand) platforms.

In addition to music video promotion services, HIP specializes in social media marketing and management. Wherever you’re at in your career, HIP can work with you to optimize your social media profiles and organically grow your online fan-base on platforms like Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and beyond. Furthermore, HIP is here to work with you to film original video content that you’ll be proud of, whether that’s music videos, lyric videos, live concert footage, or fresh content for your social media.

Is Spotify your thing? HIP can help you in that area too – we pitch your song to top independent Spotify playlist curators to boost your streams and get potential new fans excited about your music.

To learn more, call Andy at 732-613-1779 or email us at info@hipvideopromo.com.

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Current Priorities

  • Ron Brunk “Give Yourself to the Lord” and “I’m Really Special” - Ron embarks on a deeply personal chapter with the release of his Christian album Seven Thunders. This project, the result of years of spiritual reflection, represents a profound sense of purpose and alignment with his faith.
  • Petit Biscuit “Cruel Heart” - Experience the allure of "Cruel Heart," the lead single off Discipline, which captures the deep complexities of passionate romantic relationships with a dark arrangement and powerful musical intention that perfectly underscores the theme.
  • Kenilworth Katrina “FashionablyLate” - On a track animated by productive impatience, the rapper packs an essay’s worth of ideas and meaning into two and a half minutes of hard rhyme.
  • Rick Trevino “The Ride” - “The Ride,” his newest single, is both a heartfelt autobiographical account and a word of advice to a younger listener. The highs of the journey through life, Trevino tells listeners, will be dizzying.
  • Wolfgang Hildebrandt “In My Eyes” - Crafted by Wolfgang Hildebrandt, an artist who understands the power of music to uplift and transport, this infectious track is designed to ignite a sense of excitement and elation in its listeners.
  • Uncle Ryano “Twerkin’ With A Twang” - From a mere lyric, "Twerkin With A Twang" has blossomed into Uncle Ryano's summer anthem. “Twerkin’ With A Twang” is a vibrant fusion of infectious beats and playful lyrics that will have fans hitting the dance floor in droves.
  • Denise Marsa “Don’t Count Yourself Out Yet (Until Dawn Remix)” - Denise Marsa's latest song, "Don't Count Yourself Out Yet," delivers a compelling message of perseverance and resilience. It underscores the significance of staying dedicated to your dreams and goals, regardless of your stage in life or age.
  • Milky Chance “Naked And Alive” - “Naked and Alive,” a June breeze of a song, follows the spring release of “Reckless Child,” a gently hedonistic track that continued Milky Chance’s unbroken record of winning singles.
  • LightlongLife “I Got Lost” - "I Got Lost" invites listeners to join in the quest for personal growth and transformation, reflecting Alex's spiritual struggles and path to finding inner harmony and his true life's direction.
  • Blacq Prodigal “Made A Way” Feat. Adverage Joe & The Unit - "Made A Way" transcends the traditional boundaries of gospel rap, delivering a powerful lyrical narrative of transformation from despair to the light of faith.
  • Craymo “One Love One World (We Are One)” - “One Love One World (We Are One)” is a wonderfully crafted anthem that gives voice to the voiceless in a world torn asunder and inspires others to strive for a life of equality, unity, empathy, and compassion.
  • Pep Rally “Clubbing on the Moon (Staring at the Sun)” - This is a blast of unfettered, anthemic, party-starting rock, imbued with punk spirit, buoyed by relentless percussion, and carried along by a memorable melody.
  • Flau’jae “Pop It” - For Flau’Jae, her fame and fortune are crystal clear; she has made it big time in women’s basketball and the music industry. “Pop It” is her next big prize as she says being rich comes easy and naturally to her, just as many of her other talents do.
  • Banned & Outlawed “Keepin’ It Western” - “Keepin' It Western” is covered in the blood and sweat of patriotic devotees who turn to music to show how their lifestyle is exactly what they dreamed of, from the moment the rooster crows to when the moon rises high.
  • Karson City Rebels “Runaway Train” - The heat from a love interest is a feeling that most have experienced. “Runaway Train” is that song. It tells the story of pure animal lust and desire. The pounding bass and drums, the smokin’ guitar solo and powerful lead vocal all come together to drive those emotions right into the listener’s heart.
  • The Suburbs “Buckle My Head” - A song so nicely written deserves a lyric video that reinforces its themes and tone, and The Suburbs have delivered a clip that feels like a distillation of the group’s aesthetic. The Suburbs give viewers the words to the song — but also crossed drumsticks hammering on a red disc that spins like a 45, and four black parallel lines that throb as if they’ve been plucked.
  • Byland “Two Circles” - Alie Renee’s performance is simultaneously gorgeous and troubled — full of plaintive vulnerability and otherworldly transcendence. Her melody is answered by lilting pedal steel, glassy synthesizer, and a shuffling, insistent rhythm like the fading memory of a drum part.
  • GHJ Music “Welcome Here” Feat. Agosa - With GHJ's deftly honed production skills, Michael Foley's superb executive production and Free's emotive, incisive lyrics, the track undergoes a transformation, evolving into an anthem that resonates with people from all walks of life.
  • Yafania “Front Row” - Yafania becomes a musical storyteller as she reaches for the bright light that leads her to a free spirit despite the challenges.
  • DJ Amaze “LOCO LIMBO” - Written hours before going on vacation to the Bahamas, DJ Amaze felt a calling to transform music into a party like no other with a song that pays homage to conga lines, limbos, and simply having a great time.

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HIP Weekly Recap - 1/19/21
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