It’s finally here! The long-awaited full-length video for Easy McCoy’s timely new song, “Believer” feat. Nehemiah. Nate Thacker, Eric Olson, and Ric “DJ Form” Robbins (Incorporated Elements) produced it for Easy McCoy, and the video amazingly captures the emotion and urgency of the song.
Please like, comment, and share the video as much as you can!
Alright, people, I’m back with another edition of #djformputitonblast. This time, I want you all to know about some very talented ladies who I just happen to call good friends as well. I met Jill Pickering and Kate Rapier when we all toured with Kelly Clarkson. I first met them in 2007, when I briefly worked with them all in California for a few months, and then was reunited with them in 2009, when I joined KC’s band full time. Three years of touring and hanging with them made me like them even more. Great artists, great songwriters, and even better people. They have both become so special to me and my whole family. They actually hang out with my wife, Gaby, more than me now. 🙂
Jill and Kate recently released a full album called, “Heart Of Stone”. If you don’t have it, click the link and go get it now! And, just the other day, they released their first video from that album to a song called, “What Do You Say”. Great summer-chill-out-with-some-sweet-tea-in-the-backyard-song.
Please go check out the video and the album and support these awesome ladies as they do their own thing! Follow them on Twitter @JillandKate and like them on FaceBook (Jill And Kate) too!
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It’s almost a month into 2012 people, and we’re already hard at work. One thing we didn’t do much of in 2011 was post videos-but that is about to change. Check out our Youtube channel *here* to see our first video of the year. Feel free to subscribe while you’re there, as we will continue to add videos of us working (and not working) in the studio, as well as other places around the country. Stay tuned…
Tomorrow, we’re doing it all over again with our second cross country road trip. The first one was a blast, full of good music (thanks to you), good coffee, good food, and great times, and we’re excited to do it all over again, this time for good. You can follow our adventures on Twitter at @iemediagroup. Also, we’ll be doing updates each morning on our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/IncorporatedElements. We’re doing the same route this time as last time (Tacoma-Portland-Boise-Salt Lake-Denver-Kansas City-St Louis-Nashville), so if we’re coming to your area, let us know so we can shout you out. Also, be sure to subscribe, as we’ll continue these updates from the studio (and other musical locales) in Nashville once we get settled. So the fun will keep on coming long after this trip is in the books.
Thank you each and every one of you for your comments on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube during our first trip-we see each one, and had a great time reading them. Keep them coming-we love hearing from you all.
So with Nate and Eric moving cross-country over the next couple of weeks, we’ve been doing a lot of planning, trying to ensure that the process is smooth as possible. We thought we covered all of our bases-until we took stock in our travel time. We will be driving to Nashville from Washington state-not once-but twice, which makes for A LOT of driving. And we all three agree-every road trip needs theme music.
This is where you come in.
We need suggestions. Sure, we have our favorite music already queued up, but you can only listen to Pat Benatar’s greatest hits so many times before you need a switch. If you have music that you feel we need to have for the trips, let us know, and we’ll go to iTunes and check it out. We’ll try to keep you all updated via our twitter (@iemediagroup) which of your suggestions we’re listening to on the trip, and where in the country we’re listening to them. And if we really love the music, you may even get a shout-out. 🙂
Grits’ hit ‘Ooh Ahh’ is still on the itunes hip hop/rap charts, sitting comfortably at #32. It has been as high as #28. We’re working hard, trying to get it to break the top 20! Thank you all for all the support so far-keep spreading the word!