Dead End Hip Hop talks platforms, Patreon and hip-hop in 2019
Posted on: 25 septembre 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Founded in 2011, Dead End Hip Hop (DEHH) has built a strong community around its discussions of hip-hop’s music and culture, with more than 233,000 subscribers on YouTube, and nearly 3,300 fans funding the company’s work through Patreon.
In an email interview with Music Ally, DEHH’s six-strong team – Kennith B. Inge, Roderic Wright (aka Modest Media), Brandon White (Beezy430), Rafael Ferrer (Feefo), Myke Jamison (Myke C-Town) and Sophia Bryce (Sophie) explained how they’ve grown, what’s coming next, and how they see hip-hop’s place in the streaming era.
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Source: Music ally

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