Marketing
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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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    G dot & Born (feat. Planet Asia) – “God Vibes” (Video)

    In 2015, there’s only a hand full of artists that can create music that evokes the pure emotion of Hip-Hop’s Golden Era; G dot & Born are among this small circle. After developing their craft alongside the legendary underground phenom, Edo G, on last year’s Confidence Presents G dot & Born, the Boston boys are back at it in full force with “God Vibes.” With it’s subtle piano tones and head nodding drums, producer Ben Hedibi provides a captivating background for you to get lost in the poetry of the aforementioned Bostonians. To make the cypher complete, verbal assassin, Planet Asia illuminates the track with a middle 16 that complements the efforts of each artist in a video that shows us a day in the life of each spitter. Make sure you pick the loosie up on iTunes, courtesy of Audible Cons.

    • VIEW/PURCHASE: “God Vibes” – Earmilk (Premiere)YouTubeiTunes

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    Stoneface (feat. Freeway) – “Calico Audio” (Video)

    It’s next to impossible to stop someone on their path to greatness. While they may be faced with obstacles that may question their path, it’s the person that keeps going that will always prevail. Stoneface fits that archetype to the fullest; having lost his eye sight after getting shot at point blank range, he’s transformed his personal tragedy into story of triumph. On the visuals for “Calico Audio,” ‘face is joined by fellow Philly rhymer, Freeway, as the two drop bars over a horn heavy beat supplied by, BP. Under the direction of Inferno Productions, the duo are found carrying out a crosstown caper, in an illusive attempt to be the John Gottis of the rap game. “Calico Audio” is taken from Stoneface’s forthcoming LP,The Stone Age, which is set to drop in the near future, through Gemstarr Regime.

    •  VIEW/PURCHASE: “Calico Audio” – ‘SOHH First’ (Premiere)YouTubeiTunes

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    Vice Souletric – “Hate Myself” (Video)

    Why is it easier to tear someone down than it is to build them up? In truth, our differences should be celebrated. Unfortunately, this message isn’t passed onto the youth as often as it should. And while society may chastise African Americans for not fitting to a set series of characteristics, Vice Soulectric will stand up and refute those claims. “Hate Myself,” which is beautifully shot in a snowy cemetery, adds to the cold aesthetic from the Ohio based producer/emcee as he raps about everything wrong in the system. The song’s sentiments are further defined by the bookend sample speech from the late Malcolm X. Vice Soulectric’s upcoming project Vice for President is set for an April 7th release, so be sure to check out the visuals and mark your calendars!

    • VIEW/STREAM: “Hate Myself” – YouTubeSoundCloud

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    Saga (feat. Roc Marci) – “City Streets” (Video)

    Many spots may claim that their streets are no joke, but Brooklyn holds the crown when it comes to birthing intelligent hustlers. While some play up the facade in order to flex and live a lifestyle that isn’t theres, Saga certainly isn’t in that league; he’s the perfect mix of lyrical talent and tenacity, which makes him an ideal candidate to represent the “City Streets.” Alongside the always thorough Roc Marciano, the duo speak truth over a foreboding instrumental composed by, Marco Polo. Visually, the emphasis of light contrasted with the heavy, tones throughout the various scenes display the shifty dynamic of the Brooklyn streets. “City Streets” is the debut leak taken from Saga’s, From Out of the Shadows FreEP, which is produced entirely by Marco Polo, and set to drop on March 31st!

    VIEW/DOWNLOAD: “City Streets” – HipHopDX (Premiere)YouTubeSoundCloud

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    Louie V Gutta (feat. Lil Uze Vert) – “Pull Up”

    If you ever needed an example of a ruthless work ethic, look no further than Louie V Gutta. Gutta’s efforts allowed him to craft a few hooks on the Maybach Music Group compilation Self Made Vol. 3 as well as “Kilo,” “Young and Gettin It” and “Rich and Famous” from Meek’s debut LP, Dreams and Nightmares. Although Gutta isn’t affiliated with Meek these days, he hasn’t led his newly found independence stop him from making hits. Joined by fellow Philly rhymer, Lil Uzi Vert, “Pull Up” is the joint to turn up to whether you’re in the the whip, or up in the club. Gutta’s got a knack for making catchy hooks and it shows in this release. “Pull Up” is now available for free download, courtesy of Buygore.

    STREAM/DOWNLOAD: “Pull Up” – Buygore (Premiere)SoundCloudAudioMack