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MUSIC VIDEO PROMOTION
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Dave Luv “Some Days” - Dave Luv, a Chicago native and rising artist known for his powerful lyricism, has pioneered a unique blend of genres that takes listeners on a one of a kind musical journey.
- Robyn McCorquodale “Eagle” - In "Eagle", Robyn comes to realize that her father, who was kind, gentle, and supportive, is freer than he ever has been and can be with her no matter where she is.
- MERESHA “BETTER” - Featured in her upcoming 'BETTER' mixtape, the track merges MERESHA's powerful vocal, unique beats with soulful melodies.
- Jessica Carter Altman “Aftermath” - “Aftermath” is a smart, tough-minded pop song with a clever arrangement, an instantly memorable chorus, and a probing performance by Jessica Carter Altman.
- Darren Waller “Faith Test” - The "Faith Test" music video provides a visual narrative of Waller's journey, capturing moments by the waterfront that symbolize the bridge between his dual worlds.
- Love Crushed Velvet “Blind Emotions” - Directed by digital artist Alena Savchenko, the video for “Blind Emotions” utilizes AI technology to generate surreal and uncanny visuals to complement the lucidity of the song’s lyrics.
- Carolee Rainey “Hard Times In The Heart” - In the first song she ever wrote, “Hard Times in the Heart”, Carolee Rainey brings us on a journey of a relationship hitting its all-time highs and lows all within moments of each other.
- Stewart Taylor “Nightmares” - Stewart Taylor's songwriting in "Nightmares" is a nuanced exploration of both same-sex and human desire, in all its nuances, excitement, and vivid color.
- May Fall “Sleep” - May Fall demonstrates an unerring ability to make psychological topics feel as urgent and intoxicating as anything in modern pop.
- NYA “Selfish Reason” - NYA's performance in "Selfish Reason" highlights her exceptional vocal range and the mesmerizing synergy of her musical ensemble.
- Apropos “Heartbreak” - Produced alongside Jake Bass, Apropos exemplifies the sensation of love through his masterful visual telling of “Heartbreak”.
- Ron Brunk “Be Somebody” and “Nothing” - Ron Brunk is back with two self directed music videos; "Be Somebody", an adrenaline-charged, urgent punk rock anthem, and "Nothing", a track exploring the current state of an asunder world.
- Stylz Milleon “Good 2 Yuh” - "Good 2 Yuh" offers a setting in a musical landscape filled with female-centric narratives, urging men to embrace their masculinity without objectification.
- MAKO Girls “AIN’T THINKIN BOUT YOU” - In the video for “Ain’t Thinkin' Bout You,” the Girls’s latest single, the young sisters and director Kiki Ely shoot the works with four minutes of athletic, kinetic, immensely rewatchable dancing.
- GaREE ALL “Cheeky”, “Old Hippies”, and “Going To Amsterdam” - GaREE ALL brings us three new singles, "Cheeky", "Old Hippies", and "Going To Amsterdam", all with videos directed by himself. Throughout these songs, GaREE ALL explores and reflects on key chapters from his career thus far.
- Spider Cherry “Little Bit Shy” - “Little Bit Shy” leads with an acknowledgment of the singer’s ADHD, and concludes with a cleverly-selected quote from Hot Chip.
- Justice feat Tame Impala “One Night/All Night” - “One Night/All Night,” the first collaboration between the French electro duo and the Australian psych project is everything fans of these legendary acts could hope for and more.
- Jeff Roberson & Nulife “PSALM 118” - Jeff's approach to life is encapsulated in the song's message – a commitment to embrace life and be glad, regardless of one's circumstances.
- Virtue Scripts “Heading For The Light” - The visuals of “Heading For the Light” show exactly what it feels like to be chained to the negativity of life by placing others in a cave with twists, rocky texture, and a seemingly never-ending journey.
- Benjamin Race feat. Donna Odain “Memories” - A song that demonstrates such devotion to pop deserves a throwback video and Benjamin Race has delivered a clip saturated with the sultry mood of MTV back in its heyday.
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- Here at HIP Video Promo, we’ve been working hard to promote music videos since 2000. […]
- It’s not inaccurate when people say the best electronic dance music is European- it did, in fact, originate from there. The British duo, Underworld, was at the forefront of the underground scene mounting to headliners at some of the top music festivals in the world. The techno duo, Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, have pulsated beats through club dancefloors and even provided soundtracks to the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
- Here at HIP Video Promo, we’ve been working hard to promote music videos since the year 2000. It’s important to us to help younger and independent artists get the recognition they deserve, and it’s exciting to be on the ground floor with artists that become household names (and with over 3400 videos under our belts in 20 years, there are quite a few). Every Friday, we’ll be sharing a “Flashback Friday” video, where we get to reflect on one of our favorite videos from a few years ago.
- In their nearly two decade-long career, We Were Promised Jetpacks have become a beloved favorite in the indie-rock world. Originally formed in Edinburgh, Scottland in 2003, they relocated to Glasgow for its opportunities for proper gigs. After supporting Frightened Rabbit on a UK tour in 2008, they then joined FR and The Twilight Sad for an American Tour. The following summer, they released their debut album These Four Walls on Fat Cat Records, which they performed in full at King Tut’s, a popular Glasgow venue.
- With over two decades of unyielding resilience and tenacity, Drowning Pool data-preserver-spaces has remained true to their followers despite tragedy and lineup changes. Since 1996, the heavy rock Texans never skimp on fiery adrenaline and hell-raising chants. They have flared the stage alongside Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe, and Papa Roach, while their last three albums have been anchored in the Top 5 on Billboard's Hard Rock chart.