Hey WTF Launches Music Subscription Service on Dec. 9th
November 26, 2013 – Boston MA – HEY WTF Records, a Boston-based instrumental hip-hop record label, has announced “HEY WTF Clubhouse” will launch on December 9 and is placing a call for users to sign up here: http://heywtfclubhouse.com. HEY WTF Clubhouse is the industry’s first subscription service delivering 2+ hours of handpicked “beats” music to fans every week.
For $4.99/month, aficionados of the large yet underground music niche get streaming and download access to the entire HEY WTF catalog of releases, unreleased B-sides and exclusive tracks, and live show downloads. By joining the HEY WTF community, users can also interact with the HEY WTF artist roster and likeminded listeners.
“This is the next step for record labels,” said HEY WTF head/founder Ryan Lucht. “Fans have expressed the definite need for an easier way to find beats music, and now they can regularly get an enormous amount of the great beats music they’ve come to expect HEY WTF to deliver. This creation is a natural extension of our label’s shared virtue, and with HEY WTF Clubhouse, our artists can instantly release their creations to an audience that’s truly invested in the music.”
“Besides the concept of HEY WTF Clubhouse being a very innovative idea, I’m psyched to hang out with our fans and truly interact with them,” said beatmaker Mike Wagz, whose debut album “Mike Wagz and Friends” releases November 29. HEY WTF fans, like Peter Geiger, agree- “This is honestly perfect- it’s beats heaven. I can’t wait to join up in December.”
HEY WTF’s entire roster: Beat Gates, Brian to Earth, Dataka, D.W, ewonee, Jake Cheriff, Lawnmowher, Mike Wagz, praise.Due, and Ryan Lucht, will all be contributing exclusive content to the Clubhouse, as well as participating in the community. The HEY WTF Clubhouse will be powered by subscription platform Bundio. Users can sign up to be notified when the Clubhouse is open at http://heywtfclubhouse.com.
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