Ozone Magazine - Patiently Waiting (Dec '09 - Feb '10)

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Summary

OZONE Magazine, one of the most respected hip-hop publications in the world, will feature one artist per week on its website. In fact, one Sonicbids artist is guaranteed a slot. Since its inception in 2002, the magazine has amassed a readership exceeding 725,000 faithful followers worldwide./n/nOZONE Magazine is undeniably one of the most respected hip-hop publications in the world. Since its inception in 2002, the once small magazine from Orlando has amassed a readership exceeding 725,000 faithful followers worldwide; including most of the music industry’s elite executives and label heads. It will feature one artist per week on its website. In fact, one Sonicbids artist is guaranteed a slot.

The magazine, which features regular contributions from some of hip-hop’s most celebrated faces like Too Short, David Banner, Killa Mike, Lil Boosie, and UGK, provides its loyal audience with truthful, vibrant, and candid content. No censorship; no fluffy bios— OZONE remains real, raw, and uncut.

Now, OZONE is offering a potentially game changing opportunity: a chance to appear in the prestigious “Patiently Waiting” section of the website. “PW” is an area dedicated to emerging artists and has served as a springboard for several successful artists including Akon, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Plies, and Soulja Boy, among countless others. OZONE prides itself on featuring such artists before any other national publication.

OZONE features 5 “Patiently Waiting” artists in each issue. The website article consists of a full page story, complete with a large high resolution photo. Most importantly, it's a chance to appear in a publication that generates thousands of hits and is sold nationally at major retailers like Borders, FYE, Blockbuster, 7-11, and Sam Goody.

Last year, OZONE hosted their third annual award show in Houston, TX, helping to cement the belief that OZONE is “Your favorite rapper’s favorite magazine.”