November 3, 2014 (Paterson, New Jersey) – Urban media site, CantStopHipHopWorldwide.com has announced a new partnership with Hype Magazine that will expand its reach to a global audience. The website, known for the latest entertainment news, jaw-dropping raw footage, music videos, and new releases, recently joined with the entertainment magazine which streams digital content worldwide.
Hype Magazine publishes four quarterly print editions which feature entertainment and music news, eye catching consumer ads, and music reviews of established entertainers from Hip Hop to Hollywood. They also spotlight independent artists exposing them to a wide 15-40 demographic.
“We are very excited about this partnership with Hype Magazine. The popularity of Cant Stop Hip Hop Worldwide will continue to grow and make us the premier online destination for established artists to reach their fans,” said a spokesman. “We’re exposing audiences around the world to the work of main stream and independent artists who are exploding onto the music scene.”
Cantstophiphopworldwide.com shares the latest Hip Hop and urban media news, and targets Hip Hop fans, music lovers, and artists who want to promote their music and get their videos seen by a worldwide audience. With over 500 visits daily and an average 15,000 monthly views, the site has developed an appeal among a wide audience and is a major attraction for raw, unedited footage of explosive scenes from around the world, featuring exclusive Hip Hop content, as well as footage from incredible fights straight from the streets.
The site also actively promotes the Coke Boys South record label, as well as the work of independent artists. They work closely with other blogs, magazines and DJs to expose the work of aspiring artists.
About the site
Cantstophiphopworldwide.com is the new home of Hip Hop and urban media and is the only one of its kind from the state of New Jersey. In addition to Hip Hop music and videos, the site has gained popularity for exposing incredible, raw footage of explosive fights and violent scenes caught on tape.