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When two tones of specific frequencies are played through headphones, the brain can become confused and produce its

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Sound Hype is emerging as a leader in music publishing because of our excellent systems and processes to provide

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We here at Sound Hype are all about trying new things out to the end, but with music,

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With over 100,000,000 plays and 20 plus million page views Kajmir Royale is an Hip Hop producer  known

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If you deliver, Sound Hype pays you direct, no middle men or extensive royalty process- By implementing a

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