The Internet is goin’ nuts

Aside from the reports of commercial airplay, “Dreams Come True” has been getting shine throughout the world on the Internet and college radio.  BlastRadio.FM in Cleveland has reportedly aired the track on its “Top Ten X-clusives” countdown show and added it to rotation.  Elsewhere in Ohio, Rukus Radio based out of Youngstown has been showing the song love on its Hip Hop show (and has featured live call-ins from Pizon).  The Klassick KliQ Live radio show has been jamming the single in Las Vegas.  In Chicago, the joint is being played on The Afternoon Smokeout show on 103.7 VIP.  As previously reported, 88.1 FM (also known as Web Radio WCWP) in New York premiered the track and continues to give it spins.  “Dreams Come True” holds down the #1 spot on the Top 50 at TheTrackMeet.net, a site maintained by RapReviews.com staff.  The song is also being featured on the front page of NetworkHustle.com.  This is just some of the exposure, as we hear about new places running the song every day.  Drops have been sent to countless DJs over the past few weeks.  The hope is for the single to start appearing on some of the all-important charts soon.  You can help by requesting “Dreams Come True” by The Fam on the shows mentioned above and everywhere else.  The song is definitely out there.

As of this week, you can now download the track from www.rhythmqwest.com and Snocap (see www.thefammusic.com) for just 99 cents.  This coincides with a new MySpace advertising campaign around the single that will begin in the near future.  Thanks to everyone who’s been showing love — the response has been overwhelming, and this is only the beginning.

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