Tap It If It's Hot - The New Way to Share and Discover Music
MIAMI, Oct. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Reinventing the music to consumer platform, Jay Leopardi of Bad Boy Branding and his partner, Cody Williams, introduce a groundbreaking music app, JamJoc. Bottom line? Twitter meets Pandora, allowing music lovers to share their thoughts and feelings on current hits and upcoming artists. With the click of a button, "Joc'ers" can share their favorite songs and through the social media platform, their friends can agree and "joc" them (the equivalent to a Facebook like). The entire app is connected to iTunes, so if a Joc'er is a fan of a song, one click through will take them to the direct link to purchase. With streaming music videos, a collective "trending" page of what's hot in the music world, and the opportunity to share and talk about music with your friends and fellow Joc'ers, this app revolutionizes the social platform.
This app is currently available for the iPhone, connecting the worlds of millions all over the map, and it doesn't cost a dime (and will never cost a dime). Leopardi, starting in the entertainment industry as an artist himself, completely understands the hardship of going through radio stations and jockeys to get music out. Putting this hardship to rest, JamJoc allows the music lovers and upcoming artists to have all power on music play. As an underground tool to break a record in the industry, JamJoc is one-to-watch for all record labels and major industry professionals. Leopardi states, "JamJoc is a philanthropic tool to support breakout artists who have a huge amount of talent but all the power lies in those who force feed the same songs to the public. I know there's a wide variety of talent out there due to my clientele base, and this is the best way to reinvent the way we find out about music."
JamJoc has already made a splash in the industry, where a fellow Joc'er used the platform to leak Drake's latest album, "Nothing was the Same," on September 15, 2013. Allowing the fans and music gurus to take control as they should, JamJoc is a game-changing application and on the radar within every aspect of the industry. For more information, please visit http://www.jamjoc.com/ and to download the free app, visit https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/earhead/id585869906?mt=8.
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