18 Karat Reggae offering free promotion for Reggae and Dancehall artistes.

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18 Karat Reggae Gold 2021 : ONENESS
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Reggae Music
Reggae Music

At 18 Karat Reggae, as our name would suggest, we love Reggae Music. Not only do we love Reggae Music but we also promote Reggae Music.

We love promoting Reggae and Dancehall so much that for the entire month of April, we will be offering free promotions for all reggae artistes, producers and promoters.

To be promoted on the 18 Karat Reggae platforms just send us what you are promoting whether it is a video, album release, show or just want the world to know about you.

The only you have to do is you must provide a well written article about whatever it is that you are promoting along with an image for the website. If the article is not well written, we cannot offer the promotion because we have to keep what we post on our website up to certain standards. Also, the article must be original meaning it cannot be posted on any other websites.

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Along with publishing your article on 18karatreggae.com, we will also share your video on our Facebook and Twitter pages. If you provide a video that is a minute or less in duration, we will also share it on Instagram.

All in all, for those who take advantage of this free opportunity, their materials will be seeing by over a million people and we will also ask the people to provide feedback on your songs, performances etc.

To send your material to us for the free promotion, send it to the 18 Karat Reggae Facebook Page.

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If you have friends who are artistes, producers or promoters; tell them about this free promotion opportunity.



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