(Experience Music Industry executives join together to form YO-HITS.com and YO-HITS Media In 2011 the music business changed, no more piracy. Everyone who's in the music industry must license their music to get royalty payments, so we formed YO-HITS and YO-HITS Media. YO-HITS will give all ARTIST and MUSICIAN a network and a outlet to expose their music and talents to a worldwide audience. And make money with their music, We promote and publish independent Recording Artist and musicians, We offer Administrative services, Copyright Filing, Agency Representation. YO-HITS.com and YO-HITS Media wants you the Artist and musicians to leave the dreams at home and go to work, learn how to get paid in the music industry. We can show you how to do it right the first time.
YO-HITS.com and YO-HITS Media is owned and operated right here in Memphis, TN. Our company has opened its doors in 2011, we’ve treated every RECORDING ARTIST and MUSICIAN like they are a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch.
Executve Director/Oscar Williams
Oscar Williams is an twenty year veteran of the music industry. His credits includes Major concert promotions with such acts as Confunkshun, Barkays, War, Rick James, and many more. Entertainment Management of such act as RAMA Band, Dewayne Mcgee, and Valtina Hayes and also managing movie producers, director Antonio James.
Mr. Williams also created "Learn The Music Business" a study guide to the entertainment industry. In the early teens he began playing drums and singing for high school bands blues and r&b groups, in night clubs at age 15 touring the United States. The bands were successful for giging but no hit records. A lot of acts started and needed management so than began my management career. He realize that sometimes all a client needed was some to take an ojective look at the strengths and weaknesses. He will build on the good and try to polish the rough spots for many years. He also is known for his fairness to musicians culminated in negotiations for three major contract signing.