The hard work of putting together good music and presenting a solid product has become a thing of the past, as social media has taken over and every day we’re presented with what hopefuls believe is the “next big thing.”
Hip-Hop artist Hookdiggy tackles this topic on his new digital single Good Music, which talks about how because of all of these distractions the industry has accepted lately, the focus of making a good song has been “lost in the sauce.” As a reminder of being an artist and staying true to the art form of hip-hop, Good Music challenges fans and artists to concentrate on the actual creation of what we've come to admire as fans of music in general. Let's get back to making Good Music.
Produced by Hookdiggy himself, the track was mixed by Grammy Award Winning Engineer, Mike Wilson of Patchwerk Studios in Atlanta, GA and mastered by Kenny Mixx of Patchwerk as well. Good Music is designed to give lovers of hip-hop music a great dance groove as well as peek into the passion of why it’s important to write from the heart.
Good Music is currently being submitted to radio stations, DJs, magazines, as well as online social media sources with the attempt of creating a buzz for Hookdiggy. The behind the scenes video of the mixing process of the song is already getting great reviews on Youtube. Good Music is radio friendly and ready for the airwaves.
Hookdiggy is a Flint, Michigan native currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia working on shows and promotions for the single. His website of www.hookdiggy.com features music and video clips for fans of hip-hop to enjoy. Here is what some industry insiders are saying about Good Music:
“I like the fact that he’s talking about something and not selling out to the gimmicks.
- Senseitional, I Am EntertainmentTM (IAE) Magazine
“Hot track. Something new and refreshing. Definitely different.”
- DJ Redd Dredd, 107.9 FM Atlanta
“In some strange way, he blends the old school work ethic and sounds of hip-hop with modern accessibility often found on the radio by artists like Kanye West and Lupe Fiasco.”
- Ulalume, InfoBarrel.com
“He’s saying exactly what the music industry needs to hear. Absolutely killed the mic.”
- Kenny Mixx, Mastering Engineer, Patchwerk Recording Studios
Good Music can be purchased on iTunes, CD Baby, and other digital media outlets.
For more information on Hookdiggy, contact Lia Janae at (404)421-2477 or email@example.com.
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Visit Hookdiggy on the web at www.hookdiggy.com.