Our History

Hip Hop Encounter Magazine used to be a major contributor to Hip Hop in the Atlanta Market. With the influx of larger magazines, the internet and the lack of funding, the magazine discontinued publications in the early 2000s.

Here are a few covers of our original publication:

During the lifetime of the magazine, the logo, feel, and design went through a variety of imagery but the one constant that remained was that through the networking efforts of the magazine founders; the content that was provided was exclusive.

Going forward in 2013 and beyond, we would like to bring back more of that exclusive content and use the magazine as a catalyst to assist in the emergence of other budding Hip Hop talent. We still have an open line of communication with Grand Hustle Records, Collipark Music, Unauthorized Entertainment, Warner Brothers Records and Warner Brothers Records. We have since built a working relationship with So So Def Records, Universal Records, Def Jam Records, Island Records, Konvict Muzik, Brick Squad Monopoly, So Icey Entertainment, Block Ent and many many more.

The magazine was one of the first places ever to feature major artist like the Ying Yang Twins, T.I., B.O.B, EDubb, Eightball and MJG, UGK and more.

Our plan is to expand on our already existing brand and move forward with a more viable print version of the website: www.HipHopEncounter.com.

Currently, the site has a respectable Alexa and Compete rank but those numbers will increase soon due to the upgraded website and exclusive viral content.

Our History

Hip Hop Encounter Magazine used to be a major contributor to Hip Hop in the Atlanta Market. With the influx of larger magazines, the internet and the lack of funding, the magazine discontinued publications in the early 2000s.
Here are a few covers of our original publication:

During the lifetime of the magazine, the logo, feel, and design went through a variety of imagery but the one constant that remained was that through the networking efforts of the magazine founders; the content that was provided was exclusive.
Going forward in 2013 and beyond, we would like to bring back more of that exclusive content and use the magazine as a catalyst to assist in the emergence of other budding Hip Hop talent. We still have an open line of communication with Grand Hustle Records, Collipark Music, Unauthorized Entertainment, Warner Brothers Records and Warner Brothers Records. We have since built a working relationship with So So Def Records, Universal Records, Def Jam Records, Island Records, Konvict Muzik, Brick Squad Monopoly, So Icey Entertainment, Block Ent and many many more.

The magazine was one of the first places ever to feature major artist like the Ying Yang Twins, T.I., B.O.B, EDubb, Eightball and MJG, UGK and more.

Our plan is to expand on our already existing brand and move forward with a more viable print version of the website: www.HipHopEncounter.com.
Currently, the site has a respectable Alexa and Compete rank but those numbers will increase soon due to the upgraded website and exclusive viral content.

 
 

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