Many up and coming artist ask the question, how can they make it in the industry or how can the nation know who they are and hear their music. The Miami Hip Hop Examiner found the answer in the heart of New Jersey and it is called Underground Exposure.
The underground exposure is the hottest movements in New Jersey. Many independent artist flock to showcase their talent at many events underground exposure would have and support in the New Jersey area. When asked what makes the underground exposure different from any other movement, James Joseph, founder explained that it does not stop at just the showcases. They continue to push the artist through its website and social networks. "We support the artist and crowd is the judge." James also responded.
The independent artists most talked about within the movement and in New Jersey are Haitian P-Terra who seems to know how get the crowd turned up , S-Dubbz who has a way with words with his poetic flow, and Danger who seems to lead his Wasted Squad crew with his pay day swag. Other independent artist like Crazy Real and Yahno are regular performers to the movement and are joined by others such as Dune and Yakoo in being lyrically tuned with the Underground Exposure crowd.
Showcasing talent is simple and the exposure is real let the crowd judge and show that you have what it takes to be the next mega star. Any artist can join the movement by going to www.undergroundexposureus.com