Thursday, April 2

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT ⭐️ J.Nolan - New Vision



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J.Nolan - New Vision
Hip Hop/Rap
GA, United States




J.Nolan is a Progressive Hip-Hop artist/songwriter based in Atlanta, GA. Since releasing his independent debut "Broken Dreams" in 2010, he's developed tremendously as a forward thinking lyricist, a craftsman both in-studio + live on stage, and as a thought leader in the creative community (via Fresh & Local).

His music has been featured in numerous TV/Film productions such as UFC's Road to The Octagon, DJ Jazzy Jeff's Vinyl Destination, the movie 11:55, The Rookie on ABC, You Me Her via Audience Network (DirecTV Exclusive), Step Up: High Water, and many others


Tell us more about “New Vision” 
"New Vision" was created with the year 2020 in mind. We wanted to make something that would motivate people to embrace a new outlook on life and get them amped about good things to come. The record also speaks on music ownership and dedication.

J.Nolan featured on Hot 97’s “Top Shelf Freestyle” show, hosted by Loaded Lux





How are you impacted as a musician during this time?
I’ve been impacted in a few ways. Soon as venues closed due to Covid-19 I had to cancel 2 shows and the monthly showcase that I help curate to develop other independent artists. That instantly took money out of my pocket and shortly after, I received a temporary layoff from my day job. This time has been a little less than ideal for me, but I’ve decided to keep creating new music as well learning new ways to maximize my social media following.

Can you describe your sound in one ramble-on sentence?
Lyrical hip hop over contemporary beats

What's your earliest music-related memory growing up?
Dancing in front of the tv screen at 3 years old to MC Hammer.

Do you write/compose your own songs? Briefly describe your songwriting process.
Yes, I write all of my music. I like to start out with the beat and see if it inspires me to start thinking of words, phrases, and cadences

Does anything in particular inspire you to write? What get's your creative juices flowing?
Life situations, watching the news, different books that I read will inspire me to dig deeper lyrically. Hearing other great music also helps.

What do you like more: Performing live or recording in the studio?
Performing live is the best. I love recording because it does have a very liberating quality, but the stage is where you can literally transform people’s perspectives of the music.

Any embarrassing on stage moments you'd like to share? C’mon, don’t be shy!
I’ve had shows where I’ve almost completely flubbed an entire verse. My most embarrassing was performing with a group of friends and when one of them finished their part, he pitched his mic into the crowd! It caused the whole show to halt for a solid minute where everyone was in awe, but I still had to follow up and finish the show.

What has been a highlight for you in the past year? 
My biggest highlight in the past year just happened in January. Being a part of Hot 97’s “Top Shelf Freestyle” show where I was personally chosen by Loaded Lux was big. It was the largest platform that I’ve showcased my talent on thus far and I feel as though it definitely made people start paying real attention to what I’m doing.

If you were to cover another band/artist's song/record, which would you pick and why?
Anything by Tom Misch is great cover music. He makes the type of music that I would do if I wasn’t so honed in on being a lyricist.

What are some artists/bands that you're into at the moment? Or any particular song you find yourself listening to over and over?
Prince Wiser, Jay Atoms, Yons, Ke Turner, DopeNorTeria, Simaya, just so many to name. They’re all unique and have their own styles. Highly recommended.

What do you enjoy doing outside of music? Does your hobby rejuvenate your creativity?
I love cooking and watching new shows on Netflix. Listening to podcasts where I can learn new things about the music business. I personally feel as though everything contributes to my creativity. This furlough away from work has given me more time to actually create without the idea of going to bed or waking up early cutting into my process.

What's one thing people should know about you?
That I’m extremely passionate about what I do. Even if I’m not writing, recording, or performing I’m always involved with music in some way. Whether it’s finding new artists, booking events to spotlight other talent, or just bring a complete spectator - this is really what makes me most happy.

If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
That I really appreciate everyone that’s willing to give their time and energy in exchange for my music. Sometimes we view this as a meritocracy where good work should mean people automatically support, but that’s not always the case. So I’m just grateful that I do have a following and I want to do my best to cultivate relationships with those people.

Wednesday, April 1

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT ⭐️ Dezabel - Another Drink



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Dezabel - Another Drink
Pop, R&B, Soul, Electronica
Switzerland





Dezabel reminds us of Alt. Pop meets R&B. A little Halsey meets Kehlani if you will. Delivering the relenting hook, with a soft, yet compelling element for you to stay in the moment and "pour another drink".  - RadioAirplay.com


Songwriter and producer Bilgi gained his musical background back in the 90s at the ACM (The Academy of Contemporary Music in Zurich). He continued to build up his knowledge in Songwriting and Music Production at Berklee College of Music. The influence of Pop, Jazz, Film Music, and Contemporary R&B cannot be overheard. Bilgi’s goal is to write sophisticated popular music keeping the sound commercial yet giving it a special aura. With his lyrics, he tells stories in the course of which the listeners find themselves. He typically collaborates with artists from the United States and the United Kingdom.





Tell us more about "Another Drink"
Songwriter and producer Dezabel expertly fuses pop, jazz, soul, and electronica  
to make instantly lovable tracks. Collaborating with singers from around the  
world, he creates a sound with universal appeal. His latest release, ‘When It  
Comes To You,’ showcases his gift for laid back grooves and irresistible  
melodies.  

Tell us more about "When It Comes To You"
With its combination of organic instruments and cutting edge production, ‘When  
It Comes To You’ feels fresh and familiar at the same time. The vocalist delivers  
an impassioned R&B inspired performance that grabs the listener’s attention and  
doesn’t let go until the closing notes. With its sensual mood and romantic  
overtones, ‘When It Comes To You’ is a dose of pop perfection.

How are you impacted as a musician during this time?
I'm mainly trying out new ideas that I typically don't dare to do. So for example I experiment crossing various genres with unpopular instruments (Alp Horn, Cembalo) etc.
Further more I'm just writing, writing, proto typing new song ideas an lyrics.  

Can you describe your sound in one ramble-on sentence?
When Zurich meets L.A.

What's your earliest music-related memory growing up?
I was about a 5-6 years old buy and was spending the ski holiday at my school friends house. He had an older brother that would hate other people to be in his room. One day he was away so me and my friend entered his room when I saw his walls filled with posters of the Beatles. We started to listen to the huge collection of Beatles albums he had. At that time (mid 70's) of course we had only tapes and vinyl albums and we weren't experiences to handle them. So it ended it a pretty big mess with scratches on a few disk and tape salad on the floor. But we had great fun.....until he came back!

Do you write/compose your own songs? Briefly describe your songwriting process.
Yes, I do. However quite often I envolve other musicians.
I typically start with a story I have in my mind or something that I experienced that I would like to write about. In other words, I first write the prototype of lyrics. When I feel comfortable with it try to sketch a musical idea, by typically first finding the right chord progression for the mood I'd like to introduce. Once I have these two elements things progress pretty fast. Find a phrasing rhythm of melody ideas after that trying to evolve a good hook. Once I have these important elements I try to bring in some production to see in which direction this could evolve. Once the prototype, let's call it an alpha version I typically share my ideas with friends, family and other musicians to get their feedback and bring in some ideas. When this is done I end up with a beta version that I send to songwriters (typically 2-3) to review the lyrics (I'm Swiss, so I need a native English speaking person to collab with) and the melody. This is where it really get interesting, since I let the songwriters bring in ideas and variations. After this is done I enter the last stage which would be getting the right artist to sing my song and then making some adaptions to support the vocals. Last stage is the mixing, which I do myself. The mastering is done externally so far.

Does anything in particular inspire you to write? What get's your creative juices flowing?
Peace, peace, peace... In the past I was waiting for inspiration and I almost every time ended up in getting vague ideas but nothing really concrete. So I started to analyze: why was it like that? My conclusion was, that I wanted to force it but the more I forced it the less the ideas would flow. So, whenever I feel relaxed, no tight schedule ahead, that's when I go into the studio and start working on it. I took Andrea Stolpe's class "Commercial Songwriting Techniques" which help me a lot. It has nothing to do with commercial writing, but how to create a process to write lyrics without getting stuck. Awesome!

What do you like more: Performing live or recording in the studio?
I personally like to work in the studio, that's my second home!

Any on stage moments you'd like to share? C’mon, don’t be shy!
I don't perform live, since my singers are typically out of the US. On one of my last birthdays I played the piano and my daughter would sing one of my songs. After the performance I saw some of the audience having tears in their eyes. This was a very heartfelt moment. This is a song that I'm going to release very soon!


What has been a highlight for you in the past year? (Either personally or for your music career.)
One of the greatest moments for me was, when my song "Another Drink" was added to an offical Spotify playlist. I felt so honored and grateful. Every time a new radio station adds one of my few songs to their playlist I try to tune in live, to enjoy this very moment.

If you were to cover another band/artist's song/record, which would you pick and why?
There are so many great musicians out there and I listen to all sorts of styles. If I could sing I'd probably pick something from Sting.

What are some artists/bands that you're into at the moment? Or any particular song you find yourself listening to over and over?
As mentioned previously I listen to all sorts of music and I don't have particular preferences. I can tell you to what I'm not listening to, that list is way shorter. For example I'm absolutely not into LoFi or Gangster Hip Hop.

What do you enjoy doing outside of music? Does your hobby rejuvenate your creativity?
I personally like reading and spending time out in nature with my good friend Newton, our dog. He's the best. I'm having such a great time with him!

What's one thing people should know about you?
That's a tough one. I think that I'm very simple person. I hate playing games or pretending to be somebody I ain't. So in short, once you know me for half an hour, you know what get.


If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
I hate to preach a message. I'm here to communicate and share my thoughts and experiences with my music.

Tuesday, March 31

NEW MUSIC ⭐️ Twitch Boys - Everybody Knows



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Twitch Boys - Everybody Knows
Rock, Indie, Punk
CA, United States

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT⭐️ Sugar Daddies - The Sky Is Not The Limit



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Sugar Daddies - The Sky Is Not The Limit
Rock, Alternative, Blues
Poland




Vocals: Adam Nowakowski
Guitars: Robert Przedpelski
Bass: Pawel Nazimek
Drums: Piotr Krzemieniewski

All remain heavily influenced by old blues and early rock'n'roll.

What's your earliest music-related memory growing up?
The Rolling Stones

Does anything in particular inspire you to write? 
There's a lot of music inspirations for us. Definitely too many to list them here. But genre-wise we sit in rock, alternative, blues, grunge, punk, soul and reggae.

What sort of music do you want to enjoy while social distances at home?
If you own a convertible, we suggest David Lee Roth's "A Little Ain't Enough". Enjoy!

What's one thing people should know about you?
We are the best unknown rock'n'roll band in the world :)

https://www.facebook.com/Sugar-Daddies-102125401284876/?ref=bookmarks
https://sugardaddies.hearnow.com/enjoy-the-disease
http://sugardaddies.pro
https://open.spotify.com/artist/6VsMXtGXk1KjLSWl7M7Usc

Tell us more about The Sky Is Not The Limit:
A juicy, guitar driven, tube amplified, blues & rock'n'roll inspired by the early delta blues composers, as well as the rhythm and blues icons from the revolution era of the 60’s. Strong pro-eco message, a call for entire humanity to come to it's sense.

Inspiration came from the radio news on a child left in a car while father went shopping on a extremely hot summer day. Adam took this story and inverted in in his own cynical way to show thoughtlessness, egoism and cruelty of people. Many of the verses are showing few other examples of some people trademark behavior of our times.

Guitar riff is written in contrary with a relaxing mood, so music and lyrics are in contrast which enhances further the message. 

The song was written by Adam & Robert during one of the rehearsals in the summer of 2018. Recording was made in Stockholm, Sweden. "We spent about week in a very nice summer house next to the Nordic fiords. After the recording sessions we were sitting on the sun-deck roof of the house and discussing social and political things of today's world. All nights long.... Summer solstice hoaxed our senses and we didn't know, it was a morning ot the next day... Amazing moments, a lot of good memories."

Check out Sugar Daddies video for their 2019 release "Josephine".





Monday, March 30

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT ⭐️ Shadi G - Wrong Kind



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Shadi G - Wrong Kind
R&B, Soul, Pop
Sweden




Just like my other songs, Wrong Kind was produced, written and performed by me. It was recorded and produced in my bedroom, and released by a record label that I started. The song touches upon the matter of being in a relationship where the other person thinks they know what you need, and has a lot to say about it. It's about the power of listening to yourself and knowing exactly what it is you need. And the freedom that comes when you get it. 

Shadi G is a Swedish songwriter, producer and singer whose soulful voice and unique RnB/Soul sound is striking the attention of some of Sweden's biggest music magazines.
Being schooled in classical music from a young age, growing up with music all from jazz, RnB, soul, hip hop to Persian music, where she has her roots, Shadi is crossing borders with her own soulful sound, both in style and language.
Straight after high school she went off to London to learn music production and in 2016 she released her debut single “Lost”, which got her on to some of Swedens biggest playlists. In 2017 she started her own record label, Goldamin Records, from which the second single “Where We Go”, was released. From the label followed her first EP "No Fear" and singles “Disconnection” and “Mind”. 

A new artist but already carving out a clear space in her field, and as stated by Soundlooks Magazine - “Discussions are quietly surfacing about whether Shadi G may become an important face of contemporary R&B”.


Can you describe your sound in one ramble-on sentence?
Smooth R&B/soul with heartfelt lyrics and the most velvety, soft vocals.

What's your earliest music-related memory growing up?
From a very young age I started singing in our cities most renowned choir. There I was schooled in classical music and got the disciplin from a very young age. And I remember how powerful it felt being in the midst of the magical sound that was created when so many people's voices was merged together. And how cool it felt to be a part of that.

Do you write/compose your own songs? Briefly describe your songwriting process.
Yes. I produce, write and perform my own songs.  The process of making the music can be quite different. But it can start with me sitting in front of the piano and feeling out different melodies. I have a lot of lyrics and different small sentences that I write down on all different places, my phone, small paper notes etc. So I start playing on the piano and start merging melody and text together. And the story can be different, depending on what i have inside and what I need to ventilate at that time. Then I take it to the computer and start to make a production for it, trying out different sounds and feels for it. Then I record vocals, and play around a lot with backing vocals!  

Does anything in particular inspire you to write? What get's your creative juices flowing?
Relationships, the one between you and someone you love, between two other people, the one to yourself.

What do you like more: Performing live or recording in the studio?
Up until now it has been recording in the studio. I haven't really performed a lot because I have mostly been writing music and producing. I think I have been trying to keep myself in the background and not be much up on the stage. But the more I do it, the more I love. To also tell the story of your music live to the audience.

Any embarrassing on stage moments you'd like to share? C’mon, don’t be shy!
Just an overall stage-fright that has been not pretty at times haha!

What has been a highlight for you in the past year? (Either personally or for your music career.)
When the music I have written and created myself was listed as one of the best songs of that year, by one of Sweden's biggest music magazine. That felt so amazing and huge.

If you were to cover another band/artist's song/record, which would you pick and why?
Probably SiR's John Redcorn!

What are some artists/bands that you're into at the moment? Or any particular song you find yourself listening to over and over?
6lack! I find his voice and music so melodic and lyrics amazing. Also Little Simz, Snoh Alegra, H.E.R. and Daniel Caesar to name a few.

What do you enjoy doing outside of music? Does your hobby rejuvenate your creativity?
Being in nature, doing yoga, cooking, baking, dinners with friends! Yes, I think it's powerful to have different interests and passions that gives you bliss and energy. And they also create a good balance between the different interests.

What's one thing people should know about you?
I need a lot of alone time. But then I can be social and around people again! :)  


If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
If you have love for something, a passion that you want to go for, just go get it!


https://www.instagram.com/shadigolchin

https://open.spotify.com/artist/2vi2Nl9GZnMiCFxdlLT98D?si=RD2fvWmoQdemyiCOfvG41A

https://www.facebook.com/ShadigOfficial

https://www.shadi-g.com

Sunday, March 29

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT ⭐️ Al Morreira - I Need You



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Al Morreira - I Need You
Pop, Country, Hawaiian
HI, United States





Al Morreira was born in Hawaii and started playing guitar at age 12, that is, when he wasn't surfing on the north shore of Oahu where he grew up. Al enjoyed the beautiful beaches and exotic sunsets that inspired him as a songwriter. His beautiful voice and songwriting talent allowed him to share his love of music by performing internationally, while serving in the U.S. Air Force. 

Al's success as a guitarist-vocalist placed him first in 11 Air Force Talent contests. He was the grand prize winner for an Omaha,Nebraska radio station. This led him to being nationally recognized with a recording contract in Nashville, Tennessee, where he charted "Top 100 Country" in Billboard and Cash box magazines, with the single "Where do I go from Here", under his then show name "Al Garrison". Al has since returned home and has been sharing his music locally appearing in numerous events, radio and the television show "Hawaii Stars".  A caregiver for his mom until her passing and away from his music for a while, Al is now back to his songwriting and wanting to share his music again.

Can you describe your sound in one ramble-on sentence?
My sound is easy listening, heartfelt songs. I've been told sounds similar to Elvis Presley, BJ Thomas, Englebert Humperdinck and slight Tom Jones.

What's your earliest music-related memory growing up?
My first musical electrifying moment was as a child, seeing Elvis Presley singing and playing the guitar in the movie "Love Me Tender".  This triggered my love for music and wanting to play the guitar which eventually I was able to acquire and was able to perform for audiences in small and large venues also in competing in various talent contests.

Do you write/compose your own songs? Briefly describe your songwriting process.
Yes, I write/compose my own songs which I enjoy.  My creative process with this is to first get the feel on the song/music then create the lyrics to fit that feel.

Does anything in particular inspire you to write? What get's your creative juices flowing?
Listening to other artists such as Tom Jones, Elvis Presley and other present artists who create the musical feel  with their singing presentation definitely gets my creative juices flowing.  I believe a good song written and expressed well, is equivalent to a good, effective speaker who can translate that feeling and excitement in a powerful way that the audience and relate to it, enjoy it or be a part of it.

What do you like more: Performing live or recording in the studio?
Through the years, I've enjoyed live performances but for now I'm enjoying more the writing and doing studio recording of my own songs and presenting it to our audiences via the internet.  This has been a God's gift for me in the healing process having been a caregiver for our mother until her very last breath.  She and my dad were my greatest musical supporters.  Music is the best thin in anyone's life, I believe, whether one is writing, creating it or as a listener.   Very healing and good for the soul.

Any embarrassing on stage moments you'd like to share? C’mon, don’t be shy! I've had two on stage shocking and embarrassing moments:
1. While entertaining with my band members, I stepped up to the microphone to sing, got close to the mike touching my lips to the microphone immediately getting a shock bite to my lips which threw me back. Not sure what happened, cross current of whatever but it zapped me good to which I earned the name "Hot Lips".    Funny but scary.

2. Sitting, singing the song "Feelings" with my eyes closed and really getting into it, I hear the audiences soft voices chattering which confused me as to why this was happening.  As I open my eyes I see that my microphone on the stand was not secured well and it slipped down so the my voice became softer and distant and the microphone was down at about crotch level.   Now, keeping this in mind, this was in the middle of a contest.  Not good!  

What has been a highlight for you in the past year? (Either personally or for your music career.)
Highlight for me in the past year has been with Radio Airplay in the amount of audience enjoyment of my songs with a accelerating accumulation of fans that I'm gaining daily.  To a songwriter this has to be a highlight to songwriting knowing that many are liking and enjoying the music we've created. A wonderful feeling!

If you were to cover another band/artist's song/record, which would you pick and why?
Although I really doing my own music and the various songs that I have, I would enjoy doing songs by Englebert Humperdinck, Elvis Presley and Tom Jones.  I would pick these because as I previously mentioned like a great speaker they really come across with the message to each song with feeling, happy or sad.

What are some artists/bands that you're into at the moment? Or any particular song you find yourself listening to over and over?
There are so many great artists today as in the past so this is a really good question.  I have been so busy lately working on my own song material that I have not been paying attention to other songs at the moment.  I'm having so much fun trying to get my songs out there to our audiences that I've been concentrating on this only at this time.  

What do you enjoy doing outside of music? Does your hobby rejuvenate your creativity?
Outside of music, I enjoy looking after my health and caring for myself the best I can.  Being a caregiver, though tremendously rewarding and I would never trade it for the world, took quite a toll on my health.  With this said, I enjoy my daily exercise, eating healthy, relaxing and working with my computer in designing my music album covers. Actually, music is my hobby, I'm having a great time with it and it does rejuvenate my  creativity on different levels.

What's one thing people should know about you?
I truly enjoy seeing people happy, healthy, productive and successful doing whatever complements these for them individually. Primarily, without our health we each do not have anything.  


If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
Live well, love much, enjoy and appreciate life and each other to the fullest. Like the notes in a song, when all is in key, the music is so beautiful!  Music is a powerful, healing element, enjoy it!

Saturday, March 28

NEW MUSIC ⭐️ Stephen Styles Band - Church Street



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Stephen Styles Band - Church Street
Country, Rock, Alt. Country
CA, United States

Friday, March 27

NEW MUSIC ⭐️ Sam Carlson - Rising Tide



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Sam Carlson - Rising Tide
Folk, Americana, Country
PA, United States

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT ⭐️ B-ro Brody - Good Buds



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B-ro Brody - Good Buds
Hip Hop/Rap, R&B, Soul
GA, United States





Give us some info on this tune Good Buds:
I found the beat on youtube as I was on the way to the studio and finished writing the song before we even got there.

Check out the video for Good Buds here:



How are you impacted as a musician during this time?
I have so many stories and experiences to share its hard for me to stop myself from releasing music.

Can you describe your sound in one ramble-on sentence?
A stunning combination of energy and melody and punchlines with a stark, personal twist.

What's your earliest music-related memory growing up?
Riding around with my pops listening to r&b like Earth Wind & Fire, The Commodores and Temptations to Luther Vandross and Charlie Wilson. Just listening to all the old school riding around with pops.

Do you write/compose your own songs? Briefly describe your songwriting process.
I freestyle and write it down when I'm not near a mic, in the booth I will just freestyle.



Does anything in particular inspire you to write? What get's your creative juices flowing?
Hard times and struggling and just remembering the struggle will push me to write, especially people passing away.  


What do you like more: Performing live or recording in the studio?
This is my first piece of music so right now its recording. I'm in love with making music and vibes.

What has been a highlight for you in the past year? 
Putting out this tape honestly, signifies a fresh start and me entering into the prime of my life.
If you were to cover another band/artist's song/record, which would you pick and why?
Emotionally Scarred by Lil Baby. I just want to feature on it, cuz I know my verse would be hard.

What are some artists/bands that you're into at the moment? Or any particular song you find yourself listening to over and over?
Money Man: No we not Lazy
Lil Baby: Emotionally Scarred and Grace
J cole: Cruel Summer

What do you enjoy doing outside of music? Does your hobby rejuvenate your creativity?
I still like to go hoop sometimes and stay in shape but other than that if is not making me no money I can't entertain it too much.

What's one thing people should know about you?
My first couple million is all going into businesses that I will own forever. I know exactly what I'm going to buy and how much it costs. Im probably the most calculated person you'll meet.


If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
Don't let nobody make you nothing but money 💯 Stay safe ouchea and preciate the luv 💕 B-ro


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Promote Your Station 🔥 Name Dropping 🔥 It's Not A Bad Thing

Name-dropping: the practice of naming or alluding to important people and institutions within a conversation, story, song, online identity, or other communication.

Typically we consider this a negative thing right?  A tactic used to impress someone or boost credibility. Well, we are here to tell you when promoting your Jango station NAME DROP AWAY!

What better way for your fans to support your music then to be able to hear you alongside all the other music they want to listen to. Your fans can directly support you by listening to your artist station on Jango.com and Jango Radio App, they'll hear all of your live uploaded tunes within the mix of your similar artists and any artist they add to your station. 

What's more they can become your fan, give a thumbs up, and if they link their Facebook accounts they'll have an opportunity to leave RadioAirplay.com artists tips!

How can you promote your artist station?
Head over to your RadioAirplay.com dashboard and under Artist Content choose Songs.
All live songs will give you the ability to either share the song with a direct URL or easily share with a Facebook post. Copy and paste the URL or click the Share button in order to create a shared FB post. 




Share your public profile.
You can promote your general public profile too. It will start your artist station with a random live song on Jango and allow your fans all the same access to support your music. You can locate that at the top right of your Radio Airplay dashboard. 



What major artists are playing in my artist station?
The similar artists you choose on your Standard Targeting page are the artists Jango is going to play in your mix. Choose up to 30 artists!



Remember to let them know what other artists will be playing in your station!
Draw attention to your post and give your fans a little taste of what similar artists are going to be rocking in your station along with your music. Your fans can also easily add any other artist they want to hear directly to your station. Your music will still remain as the seed station and continue to play in the mix!





Does promoting my station benefit my PopScore?
Thumbs up initiated through the Jango station player and not the Promo Module do not get reported on your Radio Airplay dashboard. In order to maintain the integrity of PopScore, thumbs up that are not created via a play credit interaction do not count as a direct like in your reporting.  However, they do count as a positive interaction on your profile. Moreover, new fans will absolutely count as a positive interaction and be present on your dashboard. The PopScore formula includes all of these interactions. Promoting your station can absolutely benefit PopScore. 

We hope you enjoy sharing your songs with listeners and fans and we know they'll enjoy getting to support you while listening to all the other music they love!