BECOME AN INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS HIP HOP AWARDS SHOW MEMBER TODAY!
INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS HIP HOP AWARDS SHOW MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE:
WORKSHOPS & TRAINING
Our workshops and professional development program during the International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Trade Show (IIHHAS Trade Show) can help you with all aspects of the music business, from management to marketing and touring to taxes. IIHHAS Trade Show presents workshops featuring international panelists discussing the top music industry issues of the day, workshops and performance from all over the world and industry professionals, and one-on-one consultations with our experienced and knowledgeable industry leaders.
EVERY MEMBER GETS A PROFILE PAGE ON INDIGENOUSHIPHOPAWARDS.COM IN THE “DIRECTORY” LINK ALONG WITH A LOGIN TO THE SITE WITH ABILITY TO EDIT AND UPDATE INFORMATION, INCLUDING:
- Bio / description
Discography (properly-uploaded albums) Indigenoushiphopawards.com Directory Section
GET A INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS HIP HOP AWARDS SHOW CARD IN THE MAIL
We also provide members with a 25% DISCOUNT on tickets, vendor booths/performance booths in-person or virtual, workshops & classes, merchandise, added to the Indigenous card collection, advertising packages with the IIHHAS events & website as well as advertising on the IIHHAS social media.
JOIN THE INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS HIP HOP CARD COLLECTION BY GETTING A MEMBERSHIP CLICK
Becoming a member of the International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show is a unique opportunity to support and promote the growth of Indigenous hip hop music and culture. As a member, you will have access to exclusive content and opportunities to connect with artists and industry professionals. Additionally, as a special perk, all members will be added to the Indigenous Hip Hop Card Collection, which is the world’s first Indigenous hip hop exclusive collection. This collection features cards of Indigenous hip hop artists and industry professionals, highlighting their contributions to the scene. Being a part of this collection is not only a way to showcase your support for Indigenous hip hop, but also a way to preserve the history and legacy of the genre for future generations.