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Top 5 Hip/Hop YouTube Channels For Promotion 2020

1,

WorldStarHipHop

https://www.youtube.com/user/WorldStarHipHopTV

Lee "Q" O'Denat started the website in August 2005 with Ari Armani as a distributor of mixtapes.[7][8] Shortly after the website's launch, hackers destroyed the website. O'Denat later restarted it as a content aggregator.[7] Thereon, WorldStar focused on hip hop beefs, in addition to softcore pornographic video models, which were previously popular through "street DVDs" such as Smack, Cocaine City, The Come Up and other raunchier counterparts. O'Denat used the setup of OnSmash.com, a website which had already been distributing similar material. O'Denat said that this led to tension between the two websites. He added "Once we went 100 percent video, showing that original hood stuff, we prevailed

The number one place for HipHop Music and well deserved


2,

lyrical Lemonade

https://www.youtube.com/user/GooodLifeFilms

Bennett originally founded Lyrical Lemonade as an internet blog when he was a high school student in Plano, Illinois. His mother came up with the name of the blog and also gave him a video camera.

The channel eventually expanded into other sub-genres of hip hop beyond the local Chicago scene, such as the emerging Soundcloud rap sub-genre. In 2016 and early 2017, he gained early recognition, working with artists such as Famous Dex, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp and Ski Mask the Slump God. On April 7, 2017, he released his first short film, "Lone Springs". In August 2017, he directed the music video for the Lil Xan single, "Betrayed", which was certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2018.[3] He later directed numerous music videos for hit songs, which include Ski Mask the Slump God's "BabyWipe", Lil Skies' "Red Roses" and "Nowadays" and YBN Nahmir's "Bounce Out with That".

Lyrical lemonade has the top music on this lists

3,

Vevo


https://www.youtube.com/user/VEVO

Initially, the service hosted only music videos from Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment, syndicated on YouTube and its app,[8] and the advertising revenue was shared by Google and Vevo. EMI also licensed its library of videos to Vevo shortly before its launch and its acquisition by UMG in 2012.[9][10] Originally, Warner Music Group was reported to be considering hosting its content on the service after it launched,[11] but formed an alliance with rival MTV Networks (now ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks).[12] In August 2015, Vevo expressed renewed interest in licensing music from WMG[13] and a deal with WMG was completed on August 2, 2016,[7][14] making the entirety of the "big three" record companies' music available on Vevo.

Vevo is always a good place to find music videos

4,

DatPiff


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2SfCLE_jQgPwXQCWqwVIEw

A key feature of DatPiff is that unregistered users are allowed to download for free any mixtape uploaded to the site that has been Sponsored - i.e. funded by the artist or label. Registered users are permitted a limited number of downloads of non-sponsored mixtapes per day. Premium paid users have an unlimited number of downloads of any mixtape. Mixtapes may be streamed by any user. Premium content may also be purchased.

Dat Piff is great music channel for underground artists

5,

RareMindFrame HipHop


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgddGPi5uNIUcXfAGVKWooA

Freestyles and HipHop - Rare MindFrame was founded by Robert Wendell in 2017 for independent artists. “Knowing the cost we pay to get our music on proper sites I want to create a YouTube channel that keeps the independent factor of artists in mind”. With most there publicity on there YouTube channel but having a website full of videos. Funny, educational etc… Rare MindFrame has a free freestyle promotion, Where they will promote your freestyle on their YouTube Hip/Hop channel for free. Their website has all info on that and a music forum. With over 280 videos and counting, now is the time to check them out and use their promotion. This channel is ready to explode. A lot of the artists I listen to on Rare MindFrame HipHop I never heard of but really enjoyed. (Buddy Bud - Depending On Me) (King Noah - Make A Play) (Frank Vocals - Lucky For You). With artists such as Nipsey Hussle, XXX, Tech N9ne as well.

I had fun finding new music for my playlists. When your on YouTube check out Rare MindFrame HipHop. If you are an artists, go to their website and check out there yearly promotion deals. It could be worth it for you.


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