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Independent Everything: TAKE 2 ~ LIVE with College Radio Intern *MJ_KiDD*

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Since our listening audience only received a one sided, impromptu interview with our college radio intern a few weeks ago when she was brand new to the job...we decided to bring her back with a little more knowledge and insight.

So how does an Independent Label go about obtaining information on how they can get Artist exposure on College Radio Stations? With so many stations across the country, this could get rather tedious. Luckily, there is a list of College Radio stations that provides the phone number, email address, point of contact, and the genre(s) that the station plays. But that is only half of the job. Someone still needs to contact these radio stations and find out just what information is needed to air Artists on their stations.

Well WELCOME ABOARD to Collge Radio Intern *MJ_Kidd*!!

This young lady is a hard working, dedicated, enthusiastic, Honor Roll student with a very uncanny ear for music. A natural whiz when it comes to Science, and a new found love for math, she is wise beyond her years. Her true passion is for music and fashion design. 

**MJ_KiDD** is a thirteen year old  with a love for #ALLTHINGSMUSIC. You can always catch her with her celly, earbuds in her ears, listening to one of 407 songs and a notepad and pen. She is jotting down lyrics, tapping out beats, and giving her own personal opinion of music. She likes music from the 70's-90's. It's her love for the strong, more intense, captivating, off the wall beats that made Metal 2 Music Executive Franz Ates take an interest in her. She loves how his beats are "out the box. Unlike any I have ever heard." On an upcoming instrumental mixtape produced by Franz you will find her serving as the creative designer. 

Acting as College Radio intern allows her to learn more about an industry she already loves immensely.