Its the site that has a strong influence to the African American community that is of the internet. The website is called WorldStarHipHop but most will know of the site because of ‘Sharkeisha’ or the unsigned artists. Whatever the case of how you heard of WSHH, the site is one of the best for trending video content.
You are able to pay the owner of the website $500 to submit your video. Once you pay, your video is uploaded to the front page of the site. From there, depending on how good your content is, it will rise in views or it will flop. Some rappers have found success and managed to break into the music industry from using WSHH.
However, Rantic the social media marketing site, claims that WSHH can generate millions of YouTube video views, IF the content is good enough. In Rantic’s latest blog post, it writes that rappers such as Chief Keef, Bobby Shmurda and Trinidad James, were once unsigned hype that rose to prominence using WSHH. Rantic also says that any rapper or video maker can achieve the same success, if the content is good.
Measuring the traffic and audience retention on the Hip Hop website, Rantic says that WSHH can generate between 1-4 million YouTube views, if the video is embedded on the site. This is the maximum potential exposure for a YouTube upload in which the content is outstanding to the audiences.
If the content is not good, the video would end up only getting about 5,000 to 30,000 views. The viewers would just be curious on-lookers and the comments would be hit with the common hate and comedy remarks that hang in the site.