NEW ORLEANS LEADER IN URBAN MARKETING
About BRC Magazine
Year number 8 of Big Chrome Records, Incorporated, Magazine division has grown from its origins as an one page internet hip hop blog site to a worldwide recognized hip hop paperback circular, radio platform, worldwide broadcast television series, and the magazine divisions app designed for google; and apple pending. BCR hip hop magazine’s coverage of events such as SXSW
(Austin, Texas, 2018-2019), the All Access Music Conference (New York with artist such as, “No Malice” (formally of the “Clipse” and super producer, “Bangladesh”), Bukufest (New Orleans with artist such as, “Pusha T” formally of the “Clipse”), The Southern Entertainment Awards (Nashville), has allowed our publication to constantly keep our projected target group of males, ages ranging from 13-65 informed with all the goings on in the hip hop community while using the strategy of what we call, “Chrome Candy” which is a beautiful female print model in a bikini or lingerie on the front page. BCR Magazine guarantees to never have a naked woman’s body on our front page or anywhere in this publication. We focus on every aspect of hip-hop culture which breaks down into 13 sections of life. This allows us to effectively promote most any product in a section that represents the products subject matter. BCR Hip Hop Magazine is the only Urban Circular in the city of New Orleans. Our circular can be found in all Rouses and Winn Dixie New Orleans area supermarkets. BCR can be found in most New Orleans area Brothers gas stations, PJs coffee houses, Subway’s Sandwich Shops and over 100 area barber shops, hair salons, and corner food stores. BCR also currently circulates through the cities of Chicago, Baton Rouge, Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, Atlanta, and New York.
BCR past cover stories: Gunplay, Strongarm Louis, Frost, Maxx P, GI Peachez, John Jigg$, Rockwelz, Ras Kass (Former artist of Dr. Dre’s Aftermath record label, MJG (of 8ball and MJG fame), Dee-1 (New Orleans), Dj E.F. Cuttin (Jet Lounge, Hookah Bar, Tulane University radio hip hop host), Actual Proof (1st group off of super producer 9th Wonder’s Jamla record label, Wodie on the Beat (Producer), Shortiie Raw (Canadian female MC), Mozart Jones
(Super Producer for Strange Music (Tech 9s record label) artist and Dr. Dre pupil), Rick Hertz (Super Producer for Jim Jones), Big Ramp (New Orleans Radio Personality), and many more.