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How To Submit Your RAP Music To DilemaRadio

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If you want to know how to submit your music to the Hip Hop radio station DilemaRadio you first need to know the rules.

Hip hop, rap, and urban music submissions can be sent online to DilemaRadio.  The New York City-based hip-hop rap radio station DilemaRadio accepts music submissions.

How To Submit Hip-Hop Music to DilemaRadio

  • Prepare your material before you send your music, study the application form first
  • DilemaRadio only accepts MP3 files in 320kbps
  • Only the copyrights owner of the song is eligible to send music
  • Fill out the form carefully.
  • Incomplete or sloppy music submission automatically ends up in the trash

Tips from Hip-Hop Experts

Getting your music heard is hard. This is why we have set up these details to make sure your music will be played on the radio.

Due to many submissions, it’s impossible to correspond with the applicant about the acceptance decision.

The radio producer listens to your music as a listener does. The most important thing for a radio station is the listeners and their audience.

It’s very important that the quality is high and for this reason, it requires audio files of 320 kbps.

Your music should blow the listener away in less than 5 seconds if it doesn’t grab the radio producer’s attention let alone the listeners.

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Be unique and different don’t impersonate other rappers. Your music must have its own unique fingerprint.

These are some of the most important tips DilemaRadio wants to share with you.

Submit Your RAP Music To DilemaRadio

If you think your music should be heard by thousands of listeners navigate to ‘Submit Music.”

Do you have questions? Contact us here.

Written by: Silvia Tine

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