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MUSIC VIDEO PROMOTION

Since 2000!

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 amount 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 4300 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 pools (in-store play), and on OTT (video-on-demand) platforms.

In addition to music video promotion services, HIP specializes in social media marketing. 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, Twitter, Soundcloud 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 do that too – we promote your song to top independent playlists to boost your streams and get potential new fans excited about your music.

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Current Priorities

  • Tom Keifer #keiferband “A Different Light” - Tom Keifer (former Cinderella frontman) and his band #keiferband are celebrating a decade of their album 'The Way Life Goes' with a brand-new video for "A Different Light", a fan-favorite track.
  • Killcode “Let’s Get Back To Rock N’ Roll” - To the members of KILLCODE, rock music is more than just a pastime or an art form — it's a way of life. When they say "Let's Get Back To Rock N' Roll," raucous assent is sure to follow.
  • Maiden Seoul “Verve” - Maiden Seoul have conjured up a genre-exploding, indie-pop, jazz-infused, roots-reggae-informed album 'Cinemanic', and the "Verve" lyric video is the world's first taste of the release.
  • Sonarpilot “Gorgon” - Sonarpilot creates art that inspires inner reflection. "Gorgon", from The Mirage Project: Season 2, is a mesmerizing journey into the psychedelic structure of a massive bio-mechanical machine.
  • Shaheed and DJ Supreme “Take It Back” - With "Take It Back" (video directed by Richard Giles) from the upcoming LP 'The Art of Throwing Darts', timeless hip-hop duo Shaheed and DJ Supreme pay homage to fifty years of hip-hop.
  • Robert Abernathy “Big Bass Problem” - With regular gigs on Broadway in Nashville and over 300 original songs in his pocket, Robert Abernathy is poised to become country music's prodigal uncle with his "Big Bass Problem" music video.
  • Bruce Sudano “Make The World Go Away” - Bruce Sudano is known for his long-standing music career. "Make The World Go Away" shows a familiar approach to facing life's frustrations: putting on some music and dancing the worries away.
  • Jasmine Crowe “The Shirt Song” - Nothing feels better than wearing a boyfriend shirt; Jasmine Crowe's video for "The Shirt Song" (directed by Jeremy Eichenbaum) is one long flirtation, a love letter from the artist to her beloved.
  • Baba Jenkins “Touro de Líde” - In "Touro de Lide", Baba Jenkins knows not to underestimate the bull. The video ends as it begins: lead singer Rone Worthen on the floor, the world blurring around him.
  • Dontae Peeps “Ordinary Love” - Electrifying artist Dontae Peeps has the vibes of '90s R&B, but in the clip for "Ordinary Love" (directed by Clear Motion Pictures), he's singing about a modern-day lover's conundrum: the smartphone.
  • Ninebay Jakub “Found Love” - From Dayton to Fort Myers, Ninebay Jakub's latest release "Found Love", is for lovers. It's paired with a video directed by Ninebay's friend, collaborator, and fellow Floridian Mogul.
  • Madoa Sankara & Sudan 6ix “That’s That Girl” - Community is at the heart of Madoa Sankara's creations, and for his newest release he has teamed up with Sudan 6ix for "That's That Girl", a vibrant, playful track that embodies old-school hip-hop.
  • Mychael Gabriel “Sunday Afternoon” - Mychael Gabriel is a composer, lyricist, producer, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist with cosmic versatility, as seen in the heartbreaking yet tender video for "Sunday Afternoon" from 'Genesis.'
  • The Cofields “Royalty” - The Cofields draw strength from their relationship and faith. "Royalty" extends their mission beautifully - and celebrates receiving the promise of parenthood with their daughter, Royalty Cofield.
  • Kool & The Gang “Let’s Party” - With their new song and video "Let's Party", legendary NJ group Kool & the Gang are calling back to "Spirit Of The Boogie", one of 25 Top Ten R&B singles in the band's discography.ss the rest. 
  • Major Spark “Birds Aren’t Real” - Boston band Major Spark are a transmogrifier of sound. In their new video, they're spreading the word about the "Birds Aren't Real" movement, begging the question: which animal will be replaced next?
  • Betty Beata “My Favourite Time Of The Year” - Betty Beata's new song "My Favourite Time Of The Year" will be featured in the BET film 'A Miracle Before Christmas.' The video shows Beata regaling as the queen of Christmas in a winter wonderland.
  • Greg Hoy & The Boys “Everybody Wants To Be Somebody” - The poster children for consistent, sustained promotion, Greg Hoy & The Boys are sharing "Everybody Wants To Be Somebody", a song and video reminding all of us: don't try to be somebody you are NOT!
  • DMF Musa “I Feel” - St. Louis rapper DMF Musa has swagger, skill, and a way with words on his new track "I Feel." In Real Woosie's video, he's a magnetic screen presence, conveying all the feelings in the song's lyrics.
  • Sonarpilot “Citadel” - Sonarpilot has released the "Citadel" video, an ambient/electronic track that pulls from 12th-century monastic choirs, left-field modern electronica, 1950s jazz, classic rock, and more.

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