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Mar
19

“Bringing together two of the Bay Area's best, "You Could Do Whatever" is the hippie-hop hymn we've been looking for. Amp Live dug deep and pulled out a trappy heater for Lafa Taylor to rap over, and the result is an aspirational anthem for the "green" set.”

The Untz

Read the full article here: http://www.theuntz.com/news/premiere-lafa-taylor-and-amp-live-you-could-do-whatever/

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Mar
12

In this months HipHopDX's Ask Amp Live article, Amp explains: Everything an Artists Needs to Know before Going on Tour

http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/editorials/id.2772/title.everything-an-artist-needs-to-do-before-going-on-tour

Email Amp Live at AskAmp@HipHopDX.com to have your question answered in next months article! 

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Mar
05

Amp Live will be performing at the Serenity Gathering L.A. Pre-party at The Argyle in Hollywood! March 12th with performances by Gladkill, Pumpkin, Mikey Lion, Porkchop, White Horse, and Isaiah Martin.

Get Tickets: http://bit.ly/1wK6B5z

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Feb
17

“Little remix I did of the Josh One "Wrong Way feat. Shana Halligan" track. Check it out!” – Amp Live

Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/amplive/wrong-way-ft-shana-halliganamp-live-remix

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Feb
12

This month on HipHopDX, Amp Live discusses the differences between analog and digital with Jake One, Daddy Kev, Josh One, Dirt Monkey, and Chris Thompson.

Full article: http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/editorials/id.2739/title.amp-live-explains-the-pros-cons-of-analog-digital-recordings

If you have something to Ask Amp Live, email him at AskAmp@HipHopDX.com

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Jan
15

 

"Ask Amp," a monthly Op-Ed piece by Amp Live on HipHopDX.com came out today. In this months piece, Amp explains "Why Every Artist Needs A Booking Agent".

Read the full HipHopDX article here: http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/editorials/id.2706/title.zion-is-amp-live-explains-why-every-artist-needs-a-booking-agent

For those who don't know, a booking agent (or talent agent) is a person (or company) who is responsible for finding opportunities for individuals working in the entertainment industry. A booking agent will help clients find work around the world, secure the artist contract work, and negotiate with the venue or promoters if any problems arise. A booking agent might also handle some of the roles that a manager might fulfill, but more so from the live performance angle.

If you have something to "Ask Amp" email him at: AskAmp@HipHopDX.com

More to come!

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