Music Lovers Blog reviews new classic hip hop mix by Scott Tucker and offers the mix for download to readers who contact Music Lovers Blog with a personal story about their experience with hip hop.
Detroit, MI -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/28/2014 -- ‘Classic Hip Hop Mix’, by lifelong hip hop enthusiast, Scott Tucker, is being offered for free on Music Lover’s Blog to all readers who contact Music Lovers Blog with a personal story about their experience with hip hop.
Clarence Jones, who reviewed the mix for Music Lovers Blog says: “Scott Tucker’s love for hip hop, and everything that he has done over the years in promoting it to a wider audience, really comes though in this work. The mix he has created, which is clearly the work of a man who loves the genre, is being generously offered for free to all readers who contact Music Lovers Blog with a personal story about their experience with hip hop.”
Music Lovers Blog has cultivated a reputation for giving away well-received mixes in the past, such as Shane Ferguson’s Sounds of Detroit City, and Jones reckons this one is an absolute steal, encompassing as it does 35 tracks.
“Our website is growing and constantly expanding, and this is because we love our music, and we know how to treat our very loyal users well. Mixes like this are a testament to our hard work. For anyone who loves classic hip hop, or who wants to know more about it, I can suggest nothing better than to take advantage of this offer.”
Editor of Music Lovers Blog, Roger Nichols agrees. For him, offerings like this are what it will take for people to see Music Lovers Blog as the go-to place for all their musical needs.
“Scott Tucker wants to promote an awareness of classic hip hop, and so we're happy to help him do this via our website.”
Scott Tucker is a hip hop enthusiast, who has his own show which is broadcast every Wednesday evenings live streaming from his website.
By Jennifer Fox
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