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TCOHH x Premium Pete

October 4, 2017  |  Blog, Interviews and conversations

Premium Pete is more than just the sneaker guy. While his IG @SneakerTubeTV is a testament to his early years in hip-hop Pete wants to be known for more than just fly kicks. Formerly of the Combat Jack Show, Pete ventured off on his own to develop his own podcast,...

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TCOHH x Jack Thriller

TCOHH x Jack Thriller

October 4, 2017  |  Blog, Interviews and conversations

Jack Thriller has come a long way since Soulja Boy’s 2007 hit “Crank That (Superman)”. After years of being the face of This Is 50.com, the comedian has created a lane of his own during his rise from the stage of the Chris Tucker Comedy Club to our TV screens...

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TCOHH x DJ Big Juice

TCOHH x DJ Big Juice

July 26, 2017  |  Blog, Interviews and conversations

As the host of radio shows like The Afterparty and The Universal Soul Explosion on WORT 89.9FM in Madison, WI Julian Holt, better known in the industry as DJ Big Juice, initially got his start in the industry on the business side of things as CEO of Sugar Sandwich Entertainment...

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Building a Brand

June 21, 2017  |  Lessons / Media

In this lesson The College Of Hip Hop will teach the up and coming  artist or entrepreneur how to successfully build their craft into a brand. Taught by branding expert Robert Collins, this lesson is sure to be helpful for anyone seeking knowledge and understanding of what it really takes...

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Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Streaming is changing how music is being received by the masses, which also means streaming will affect the way artist will be paid.   Read the Digital Millennium copyright act below by clicking the and see how things continue to change   https://www.copyright.gov/legislation/dmca.pdf

A conversation with Robert Courtney

A conversation with Robert Courtney

Philanthropist, innovator, and community activist, Robert Cortney is a man of many hats. His desire to invest in people has propelled his vision since 2005. The founder of UNEEK, a program that seeks to bring people together, opened up to The College of Hip Hop about how he got his...

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