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Thread “Keep The Record Playing” Remix Competition inc My Mix

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GrandWonderland

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1 Posted on 11/29/2008 at 20:20:52
An Australia artist "J-Wess" https://myspace.com/jwessmusic is running a remix competition..

I doubt my remix & genre will fit his taste but.. might be worth others checking it out for HipHop/Rap producers.



but a competition is a competition. I'm under the impression he is looking for hiphop/urban producers.

Quote: J-Wess is currently recording the follow up to his 2004 album “Tha L.P.” and is calling for remixes to share space on one of his forthcoming releases.

DJs, Remixers and musicians everywhere have the chance to join J-Wess on his upcoming release by remixing his hit track “Bang This.”

Have your track included in J-Wess’ up-and-coming single release as the star contributor from the online music community.

Contest entrants will have the opportunity to grab the A-Cappella version of “Bang This”, create their own remixes and submit their best works before the 12th of January 2009.

Anyone can enter the competition at http://tattletales.com.au/jwess

The contest ends on January 12, 2009, with the grand-prize winner announced in early February. Visit the J-Wess Presents “Keep The Record Playing” website for more information about the contest including the terms and conditions

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