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Rush Hour Soul Has The "Talent" To Surpass Aaron!

Hey Soul Mates,
wow! What a great response we've been getting to our new music video "A Talent For Loving" (dir. by
William Archer). YouTube has been swarmed by the Soul Mates and their friends. In its first day up, the video had over 300 plays. As of this writing, we are at 677: past the "Say Hey" Kid and closing in on Hammerin' Hank! By the end of Sunday, we hope to have had 2000 views. It's entirely possible. Please keep watching and referring your friends to Rush Hour Soul TV!

Here are some of the YouTube daily honors we've achieved so far:
On Thursday Sept. 14 (our first day "on air"), "A Talent For Loving" was
10th Most Watched music video
45th Most Discussed music video
88th Top Favorited music video
Rush Hour Soul TV was
24th Most Viewed music channel

On Friday, Sept. 15, "A Talent For Loving" was
33rd Most Discussed music video
79th Top Rated music video
RHS TV was
15th Most Viewed music channel
32rd Most Subscribed music channel (of the week)

Everyday there are new opportunities for us to top the various YouTube honors. That's why it is crucial that people are still visiting to watch our video. And feel free to watch repeatedly! Our aggregate video plays (for all 5 of our posted pieces) is 2070. That's a lot of Soul for folks, and we love it. I just checked and "Talent" has surpassed 700 plays; "From L.A. With Love" is at 500!

I'm keeping this short, so you can get back to enjoying our music and videos. Have a jazzy Saturday.
Love, Power, Peace


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