Bay Area Block Report Announces World Premiere Release of Hot New Single…

Walnut Creek, California (EastBayDaily) — T-Mac Musik, AKA Taurean Mondy Lee, is a fresh face to the California rap scene, hailing from San Francisco. He's won numerous awards and performed live shows all over his hometown, and now Bay Area Block Report is spreading the word nationally. T-Mac's songs have already been featured on FM radio. You may have already seen his commercial during BET's 106 & Park, with upcoming spotlights on MTV and an exclusive feature TV commercial during VH1's Love & Hip Hop Atalanta.

Bay Area Block Report offers up-and-coming talents like T-Mac Musik affordable regional and national promotion. Gone are the days of selling mixtapes on the corner and relying on word of mouth to gain traction in the scene. The new game in town is digital and multimedia promotion. The 360 Media package offered by Bay Area Block Report allows artists to break into markets across all platforms simultaneously, using web, television and mass media promotional approaches to move both physical and digital products concurrently.

The company's 360 Media package isn't just for artists trying to make a name for themselves. It's also a lifesaver for independent record labels who might need a little extra help establishing their place in a growing industry, keeping their products visible to a larger market. Whether their services are needed to promote local shows, events, or new artists and albums, Bay Area Block Report's experience in the music industry makes things easy without forcing artists to sacrifice the creative independence that fuels their success.

About the company     About Bay Area Block Report: Bay Area Block Report is the best place to hear upcoming new artists from around the San Francisco Bay Area. Through television, radio, and digital promotions and distribution, Bay Area Block Report provides local artists and businesses with a multimedia approach to promote their music and local events. View SWAG Magazine CA on the web at


Tim Lewis
Bay Area Block Report