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Watch for Free and Download the Latest Urban Music Videos for Your iPod
Urban Videos UK is home to the latest rap, hip-hop, r&b, dancehall reggae and grime music videos. Watch the latest music videos for free and download featured music videos in mp4 format to watch them on iPod’s, mp4 players and mp4-compatible phones
By: Urban Videos UK
Viewers can easily bookmark and share their favourite urban music videos on social bookmarking and social networking websites such as MySpace, Facebook and Digg as each video listed on Urban Videos UK displays the relevant sharing and bookmarking icons. The website also integrates a Google search and a YouTube video search so viewers needn’t leave the site when searching for more information online. The entire YouTube video catalogue can be searched and all of its videos played back on Urban Videos UK so the viewers have millions of videos at their fingertips.
When asked about the future of music video viewing, Mason Ifejika from Urban Videos UK said “Urban Videos is the only UK-based platform that rap, r&b, dancehall and grime music fans can watch current and exclusive urban music videos on demand, without having to pay to request them. Also, independent music is just as popular right now as music from major record labels, and we feature many downloadable music videos by independent artists that viewers can watch on-the-go on iPods and other portable devices. It’s become obvious that fans of these artists prefer to download their music videos for their iPods and keep the videos for life, rather than spend £1 or more requesting from music video tv channels”.
Urban Videos UK officially launched in June 2008 and its music video content expands daily. The website was created to help independent artists profit from their music videos, which is a goal they can now achieve by selling their music videos as digital downloads on the Urban Videos UK website.
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Urban Videos UK is a London-based urban music video website, enabling users to download music videos for their iPods and MP4 players, as well as allowing unsigned artists to sell their music videos as digital downloads.