The way that the world consumes content and live experiences have shifted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Thankfully, platforms like Rap Plug Live are around to give fans the true experience of their music culture.
Rap Plug Live is a digital content platform that connects fans with artists and industry professionals over created content. That content includes lessons that highlight their favorite stories, while also serving as a source of courses and highlighting skills, shortcuts, failures, and successes.
In addition, RPL will be those of concert live streams and exclusive events. Through Rap Plug Live fans will have access too concerts, listening parties, and exclusive behind-the-scenes content. The accessibility of Rap Plug Lives proves to be the biggest asset as fans have to get connected to anyone across the world by just having a screen and headphones.
For artists, it’s even more essential as they share content for fans that will lead to them being paid.
Currently on Rap Plug Live is The Eric Bellinger Master Class series, the Drama Boy Master Class series, along with content from Drumma Boy, DJ Toomp, Vince Phillips, Lyrica Anderson, Tillie (Head of A&R for Quality Control, Zaytoven and more. In addition, Parking Lot Concerts live streams that have featured 2 Chainz, Rick Ross and more have shown the range of accessibility for Rap Plug Live during these times.
Rap Plug has also aided The SOURCE, in the past attending the SOURCE360 and serving as a go-to option in terms of additional content support for our readership.
Rap Plug is headed by multi-hyphenate Craig King whose career has crossed paths with Kanye West, Ludacris, and Aaliyah, the latter he assisted in producing, writing, and arranging the vocals on the One in a Million album.
You can learn more about Rap Plug Live for both fans and creators here.