July 16, 2012

Keke Palmer is A Star that Radio Does Not Recognize

In a world filled with Rihanna and Nicki Minaj dominated playlists, corporate media can't seem to find a place for a Keke Palmer and the image she wants to promote to young American females...

“Keke Palmer is what’s wrong about black radio. Here’s a young girl, with the top show on Nickelodeon, four million viewers every week, great movie career, positive message, positive person and not one black radio station in the country is playing her (records),” says Paul Porter co-founder of Industry Ears and Rap Rehab. “They (the radio stations) all want money, they all want pay-for-play and she hasn’t played the game.”

"NBC’s recognizing her gift. The network will play her song “We Are” from the Continental Drift’s soundtrack as the official theme song during the 2012 Olympic games in London."

Read more on the Keke Palmer article from @BrandiWorley at the RapRehab.com website

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