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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 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

  • 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.
  • Morgan Hudson feat. Lonnie Britton “Lonely Together” - "Lonely Together" paints a vivid portrait of the struggles and triumphs in the face of loneliness, captured within a finely crafted, fully realized music video.
  • Uncle Ryano “Run Wide Open” - “Run Wide Open,” Uncle Ryano's gut-busting new single — and teaser for full-length New West, is an amalgam of bluegrass and funk, graced with a melody and hook catchy enough for pop radio.
  • Dasgasdom3 “Leave Me” - “Leave Me” fundamentally serves as a part of helping Dasgasdom3 to process the emotions of wanting to stay in that relationship while still acknowledging that it isn’t healthy to do so.
  • Mrs. Henry “Everybody Wants Peace and Love” - “Everybody Wants Peace And Love” sets the tone for the show with an irresistible funk groove, a shouted chorus, sterling instrumental performances, and the optimism and positivity that the band’s growing fanbase has come to expect.
  • Elise Harper “Bartender Therapy” - Listeners instantly feel they are sitting in a dive bar with a broken heart ready to drown their sorrows while listening to "Bartender Therapy."
  • Kelly Morgan “I Remember PT2” - “I Remember PT2” effortlessly meshes the best of today's smartly crafted pop with the earthy, soulful sonic vibrations of old-school, fully realized R&B music.
  • DEF MACHINE “Break Thru” Feat. MOD Diggity & DEF SQUAD and “Slam Dance” Feat. Frank Nitt, Diggidy, & VOIS - Their newest releases are the first look into their unreleased album that explores a wide variety of genres; in this case, a fast rap mixed with gospel elements in “Breakthru” and hard-rock rap in “Slam Dance.”
  • Levi DaRosa “They Don’t (Make’m Like You)” - “They Don't (Make'm Like You)” is an ode to good memories that seem to slip away from everyone. The song begins with a captivating introduction of R&B beats, flowing right through Levi's romantic vocals.
  • The Dead Daisies “Light ‘Em Up” - In the blazing landscape of the "Light 'Em Up” music video skulls emerge as guardians of the flame, a homage to the band's enduring commitment to keeping rock and roll alive.
  • Lauren Hulbert “Honeydew” - “Honeydew” was written in 2010, recorded in 2016, and released on her Superbloom EP in 2020. Hulbert originally wrote “Honeydew” for her boyfriend while living together in Ecuador.
  • Greg Hoy & The Boys “Holy Mother of God” - “Holy Mother of God” is a Kinks meets The Hives inspired banger that follows the perspective of Mother Earth, who is saddened yet liberated by the departure of humanity to Mars.
  • Ginny Luke feat. Orianthi “Devil at My Heels” - Ginny Luke channels the realization of personal empowerment in her latest music video, "Devil at My Heels" offering a symbolic portrayal through her artistic expression.
  • Nuke the Soup “Bugs” - On its surface, “Bugs” is a fun, energetic dance song, but the lyrics reveal much darker and personal themes about addiction and withdrawal, taking inspiration from the novel Naked Lunch.
  • The Infamous HER “Dare Me” - “Dare Me,” matches a monster groove and a pure pop verse with a chorus that evokes the playful elegance of 1960s film soundtracks; the writing is impeccably smart, sharp, fun and funny.
  • Dylan Taylor “Smoke Clears” - Dylan Taylor's newest song “Smoke Clears” adds a classic sound to her songcraft library, and encapsulates the time that rock ‘n’ roll was taking the music industry by storm.
  • Cleo Alexandra “Cigarette Lover” - Cleo Alexandra describes "Cigarette Lover" as “when you’re in your villain era and need a song to sing at the top of your lungs as a cathartic release while trying to move on from your toxic ex.”
  • RarriQUESO x Popkanon “SAVE YOUR CRY” - “SAVE YOUR CRY” combines elements of American acoustic folk-rock, Caribbean reggaeton, Scandinavian techno-pop, and inspirational music that could only be called celestial in origin.
  • Joe L. Murgo “Strong!” - "Strong!" is a rallying cry to remind the global human community to stay resilient and never surrender without fighting the good fight.
  • Terri Bannister “Visitation” - "Visitation" is a beacon of hope, symbolizing the omnipresence of God and His ability to communicate across all barriers.

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