Bullyin' the Streets, Vol. #4 Hosted By JAE MILLZ

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J.R. an unsigned artist, who also distributes mixtapes for a well-known mixtape DJ in over 25 different stores in Connecticut and parts of Massachusetts, has teamed up with producer and syndicated online radio show host Lexis Ray. This time around they have expanded the team to include unsigned artist & club promoter DC from Dorchester, MA and songwriter A&R Khoua. Collectively, they look to once again produce and distribute what is guaranteed to be the best installment of the Bullyin’ the Streets Mixtape Compilation series.

With the help of 25 plus locations they have been extremely successful in getting the product directly into the hands of an interested audience. This is critical to building a fan base and or self-promotion. As a mixtape distributor, J.R. has developed a relationship with local storeowners in CT and parts of MA. This relationship is the key component to the success of the Bullyin’ the Streets machine.

With proper placement of posters and the appreciated willingness of storeowners, we have been able to successfully dispense Mixtapes to a large array of listeners. With more than 3,000 pieces in circulation, they plan to raise that number to 5,000 with the release of Bullyin’ the Streets Vol. 4. Everyone in the music industry knows how hard it is go get people interested in hearing new artists, especially in a market as flooded as Hip-Hop is right now. Bullyin’ the Streets has been and continues to be a positive outlet for marketing unsigned artists to an eager audience.

The highly anticipated Bullyin’ the Streets Vol. 4 will be hosted by Universal’s Recording Artist Jae Millz.

We are looking for submissions in the following genres: Hip-Hop, Crunk, Crump, Dirty South, East Coast, Mid-west, West Coast and Underground. If selected, you must pay $100.00 per track to be on the CD. Each participant will receive 50 CDs and 100 CD inserts so they can manufacture additional copies.