DirtySouthHipHop TV is fully launching this weekend online
DirtySouthHipHop TV (DSHHTV) is finally here and everywhere. Also on Roku, Apple, and Fire TV, and in celebration, we will also have offline nightlife events, in and around the ATL.
The platform will offer urban independent movies, web series, podcasts, and even music videos 24-7, 365 days a year. Plus it will have some original content shows developed and produced by DirtySouthHipHop.
With content from local heroes like Bankroll Fresh, Zaytoven, Parlae from Dem Franchize Boyz, and many social media personalities and influencers.
DSHHTV will be an alternative for content creators and producers to post their content on a platform that will pay them at a performance-based rate adapted from Amazon’s Prime Content Engagement Rate (CER) payout.
The Evolution of DirtySouthHipHop
Since 2005, the DSHH brand has been up and down, on the internet for the last 15 years, but the effects of the global pandemic lockdown drove the traffic to the site and created a new throng of fans and viewers to create a new evolution for the website and the brand, hence the birth of DirtySouthHipHop TV.
Classic blaxploitation movies like Dolemite, Car Wash, and Claudine as well as hip-hop favorites like Drumline, ATL, and Lottery Ticket will be joining the channel in January along with the Cosby show reruns and Fat Albert cartoon. DirtySouthHipHop will not be canceling any of our heroes, so Cosby, Michael Jackson videos, and even R Kelly’s “In The Closet” series will be available for viewing on the platform.
Artists who are embracing the personality culture like YouTubers, Snapchatters, and TikTokers will be able to create their playlists and be seen by millions on the streaming platforms aforementioned and without no algorithm preventing them from being seen like on some of the social media platforms, they will be able to reach more people around the world.
And to put icing to the cake, DSHHTV will be doing live broadcasts from some of the hottest clubs and events that happen year-round in Atlanta. TV is about to get @@#$% Dirty!
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