"World Star Hip Hop" is a website that features music videos and other video content uploaded by users that includes fights, sexually-suggestive images and other provocative behavior caught on tape. The site is targeted at fans of hip hop and urban music and was founded in 2005 by Lee "Q" Denat. According to Alexa -- a web information company -- the site ranks 236th in traffic in the United States as of May 2011. If you're interested in uploading a video onto "World Star Hip Hop," you must follow specific guidelines.
Visit site at WorldStarHipHop.com. At the top of the page, click "Contact."
Review the video submission guidelines at the bottom of the page. Visit SendSpace.com. Select the video you want to upload. In the "Description" box, write the title of the video, a brief description and the URL of the video. In the box labeled "Recipient's email" write WorldStarHipHop23@gmail.com. Fill in your email address. If you have more than one video, choose the "Multiple File Uploader" option at the bottom of the page.
Click "Upload File" to send your video to "World Star Hip Hop."
By sending your video, you affirm that you have the necessary rights to show your video. If there are copyright issues with your video, don't send it.
World Star Hip Hop doesn't pay you for videos you submit, and can remove your video at any time from the site.
If someone sues you for the content of the video you submitted, your submission constitutes legal protection for "World Star Hip Hop" against being named as a party to your suit.
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