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  • Diamond Media 360 offers a variety of marketing services used to help create, communicate and deliver your content to your intended audience and potential customer. By engaging various online marketing strategies, public relations objectives and email campaigns, DM360 can help bring the maximum exposure to both your content and brand.

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    In recent years, online marketing has become an essential means to increasing an artist's visibility and relevance. Successful campaigns distribute an artist's content across many channels in the form of audio, music videos and vlogs (video logs) to key lifestyle sites and blogs, in addition to established social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as video sharing sites such as YouTube and Vimeo. Diamond Media 360 is at the forefront of executing these objectives by working tirelessly to both facilitate and promote your content. Throughout a campaign's duration, clients are serviced regularly with reports useful in evaluating the efficiency, penetration and reach of a particular campaign.

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    Successful companies and organizations have a stake in how they are portrayed in the public arena. DM360 can spearhead an appropriate public relations campaign designed to magnify the reach of your project. A typical campaign consists of the dispersion of your album, artist bio, One Sheet and press photos by way of postal mail or email to targeted zines and lifestyles, journalists, and tastemakers, as well as a range of internet and blog sites. Press Releases are strategically utilized to yield reviews, interviews and features.

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    Email marketing remains one of the most popular and valuable methods used to connect directly to your target demographic. A successful email blast campaign is one that easily drives an existing or potential fan base to the content you promote. Such content may come from text, vlogs and videos, to promotional downloads and merchandise. DM360 employs a spectrum of email blast strategies intended to target the appropriate recipient. Our email database is divided into several categories, selected based on the nature of the blast and the intended audience. Our campaigns are well written, organized and yield a high success rate of views and click-throughs.

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    Successful marketing strategies have evolved from a creative process into a highly data-driven process. By utilizing such analytics, DM360 can track the breakdown of your audience's age, location, gender, interests, social-media influence in addition to other demographic traits. By implementing information-gathering widgets in the dispersion of your promotional content, DM360 can also help build upon your fanbase by offering free downloads or even streams in exchange for Tweets, Likes, Shares or email addresses, the latter of which are provided to our clients at the campaign's close.

Current Projects
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    John Reilly – “Do That Sh*t” (prod. by Rediculus)

    Long Island rapper John Reilly continues to strike out on his own with his slick-talking new single, “Do That Shit,” which is aimed squarely at the heads of all the wack emcees out there cluttering the airwaves. As a former member of the underground outfit The Day Laborers, Reilly’s focusing on his solo career now, though not without some help from a rising producer. “Do That Shit,” like the rest of Reilly’s upcoming EP, Standing in the Face of Time, features an ill instrumental from Chicago’s Rediculus. His Boom bap roots are strong and evident on here, as it brings to mind the work of his biggest influences, particularly the Beatnuts. Standing in the Face of Time, will soon be available for free download, courtesy of Platformz Records.

    • STREAM/DOWNLOAD: “Do That Sh*t” – 2DBZ (Premiere) • AudioMackSoundCloud 

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    Bankrupt Billionaires (feat. Rapper Big Pooh & Blu) – “I’m Here” (Nottz Remix)

    Underground rap heavyweights Nottz, Rapper Big Pooh, and Blu connect on this neck-breaking remix of “I’m Here,” a smooth and soulful single from Australian group Bankrupt Billionaires. The Billionaires are anchored by the voice of the Queen of Brisbane Soul, Kel On Earth, and the production duo of Sammsonite and DATS. Their original take on “I’m Here” stems from their stellar and recently released sophomore album, Nobody’s Business, which is out now via Hydrofunk Records/MGM. As for Nottz, he and Pooh also just dropped a new album, Home Sweet Home, while Nottz and Blu are gearing up to release their second project, Titans in the Flesh, very soon.

    • STREAM/BUY-LINK: “I’m Here” – HipHopDX (Premiere)SoundCloud • AudioMack • iTunes

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    Vocab Slick (feat. Opio) – “Priceless” (Video)

    Rather than letting personal tragedies keep him down, the Bay Area emcee, Vocab Slick took his pain and poured it directly into his music—a sentiment that’s made evident in his newly released video for the Aagee produced, “Priceless,” which features Opio of Souls of Mischief. The beautifully animated visuals, which were illustrated by Unjust of Hiero Imperium, include a colorful montage of b-boys, graffiti artists, and cityscapes, as well as a heartfelt photographic journey of Vocab’s closest friend, and former Distant Relatives partner, Joseph “Maynee” Carter, who passed away in November of  2014. “Priceless” stems from Vocab’s 2014 LP, Issues & Episodes, which is available for download, via iTunes.

    • VIEW/BUY-LINK: “Priceless” – Earmilk (Premiere)YouTubeAudioMackiTunes

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    iLL Chris (feat. RudeAssMogli) – “Pull Up”

    You should be careful when you start listening to “Pull Up,” the new banger from Seattle rapper iLL Chris, because chances are you’ll want to start some sh*t when that bass hits. Backed by booming production from Black Key Cartel, Chris and his guest, fellow Emerald City artist RudeAssMogli, get their vocal attack going straight from the jump. In between flexing on their enemies and big-upping their homies, the two emcees have crafted the perfect theme song for your next night of debauchery. Just make sure your system can handle it, because that bass is something serious. “Pull Up” is taken from Ill Chris’ forthcoming EP, Emperor Talk, which is set to drop first quarter of 2016…stay tuned.

    • STREAM/DOWNLOAD: “Pull Up” – SOHH FIRST (Premiere) • AudioMack • SoundCloud

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    Maka – “Mu Na Gi (You & I)” (Video)

    When done properly, a performance-driven music video can inspire many things in a listener, such as providing a vision of how the artist actually performs in concert, or adding deeper emotional weight to a song’s narrative. The latter is particularly evident in this new video from Maka, whose heartfelt “Mu Na Gi (You & I)” becomes transcendent through director Rcube Vision’s lens. Speaking of the track itself, it boasts Maka floating gracefully over the ill production of Teck-Zilla, whose sample flip may have some Hip-Hop heads reaching for Cru’s classic debut single, “Just Another Case.” He makes it his own here, however, and certainly the same can be said for Maka and the stunning “Mu Na Gi.”

    • VIEW/BUY-LINKS: “Mu Na Gi (You & I)” – HYPEFRESH® Mag (Premiere) • YouTube iTunes