Sunday, April 16, 2017

#9 LABL Podcast - April Woodard

In episode 9, Nametag builds with April Woodard; a Social Cause Marketer, Administrative Music Publisher, and the founder of both Digital Lungz LLC and Give Lyrics. They discuss the benefits of artists having a strategy for attending music conferences, split sheets, April's diverse list for top five active MCs in the industry, being the creator of the brands Digital Lungz, and Give Lyrics, noteable digital distributors for music, Detroit's impact on the music industry, and more. A lot gems dropped in this episode. Take notes.

On Twitter: @DigitalLungzLLC x @NametagAlxndr

On IG: @AprilTheGifted x @NametagAlexander

On Facebook: April Woodard x Nametag Alexander

Monday, April 10, 2017

#8 LABL Podcast - Clifford L.

Nametag chops it up with film director/actor Clifford L. a.k.a Redd for episode 8. You're familiar with him from his work on Homicide Hunter Tyler Perry's The Haves and Have Nots, the Miki Howard movie, and more. They discuss what made him no longer want to seriously pursue a career as an Emcee, his background and theater, fatherhood, and the importance of continuing to create quality content.

Twitter: @Clifford_Elle x @NametagAlxndr
Instagram: @Clifford_Elle x @NametagAlexander
Facebook: Clifford L. Johnson x Nametag Alexander  

Sunday, April 2, 2017

# 7 LABL Podcast - The College Of Hip Hop

Nametag Alexander talks with the brothers AJ, and SJ, creators of the first music entertainment education app, "The College Of Hip Hop" which is available for FREE in the Google Play and App Store. In this episode, the they discuss why it is critical for music artists (ESPECIALLY UP AND COMING)or anyone seeking to be in the involved in the entertainment business, to understand the business side of the music industry before deciding to continue and/or pursue a career in music.

Check out the website for The College Of Hip Hop at

Friday, March 31, 2017

Nametag Alexander - Climb

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"Climb" is a single that serves sort of as a testimonial from Detroit MC/Songwriter, Nametag Alexander. Each verse speaks highly about perseverance throughout Tag's journey as an independent music artist, yet it can be relatable to anyone listening who faces a similar experience. The instrumentation and hook vocals are provided by Composer, and also Nametag's brother, Black Bethoven which actually adds a more personal edge to the song. As of late, the two of them have been planning out their EP, entitled "Hello Victory". The "Climb" track is now available now across online platforms to stream and download music not limited to but including Apple Music, Spotify, Bandcamp, etc.