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(((BREAKING NEWS))) (((BREAKING NEWS))) (((BREAKING NEWS))) WITNESS the REIGN: 97.6 BreakIt! Radio Presents LIVE STREAM II at Hot Tv. Take your career to another level. Be a part of the ONLY events that give you something to walk away with. BUILD your POTENTIAL in this industry and NETWORK with those WHO are TAKING it THERE. Once again: OPEN BAR and FREE BUFFET! If you plan to perform hit up my inbox or email me at email@example.com. INDIE ARTISTS this is your time to shine and get the EXPOSURE you have been waiting for!!! DO NOT be AFRAID to CREATE opportunities for yourself! Be sure to come out to Hot TV and help us kick off this new year proper!!! Cost $15 General Entry Performances (10 minutes each set) $40 Performance Fee for Individual Artists (Includes Entry Fee) $25 + $15 each Additional Artist for Groups Services: (On site only SPECIAL PRICING) On site taped interviews.......................... $25 Stream 2 videos during show..................... $25 Stream commercial during show.................. $25 (Streaming on 3 flat screens simultaneously) SPONSOR PACKAGES: Corporate Sponsorship - $500 Red Carpet Sponsorship - $250 Artist Sponsorship - $150.00 Table Sponsorship - $50 **Call or email for specific details on sponsor packages
Cost Varies by Event
Label: 97.6 BreakIt! Radio
Manager: Vanessa Chozen Marie and Vince Most'Wanted Bryant
Bio: 97.6 BreakIt! Radio, an affiliate of Breaking the Labels, was established on November 9, 2010 as an innovative movement and means to reach people through music. Through community relations, marketing, PR and the support of independent artists and supporters, the station has experienced a rapid gr...See Full Bio
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“You have to know how to package lyrical beings such as Vince Bryant. This game has become so weak that the least talented artists shine bright while those with phenomenal talent, stand by and watch lack luster talent take the forefront. Although we, as consumers, have allowed this industry to become cleverly programmed to this foolishness, it is obvious that there is business sense and masterminding in the presentation of these subpar rappers. If it can be done for buffoonery, trust it can be done for the real talent in this game.”