Grammy award winning producers J.U.S.T.I.C.E League and Tabi Bonney are looking for talent in the DC Metro area the I AM MUSIC fest will be held on Sept 21,2011 at Ust Music Hall.
The I AM MUSIC Festival,is a festival designed to showcase innovative and creative individuals with a musical talents. Providing them with a platform to not only display their talents to a potential fan base but also individuals who work in the industry so that they can receive important information pertaining to the industry that will increase the probability of them having an actual career in the music industry.”I AM MUSIC” provides that platform through live performances (including beat battles), informative panels, and donating portions of the proceeds to charities who support music and arts in schools.’I AM MUSIC’ is a significant step in the cultivation of the DMV from an emerging music scene to a vibrant one.
This year I AM MUSIC is presented by FUZE Beverage , I Got It For Free and Thr3e Rules.Also confirmed members include VIBE magazine music editor John F. Kennedy , MTV writer DL Chandler, FUZE Director of Marketing Dee Barmunido and more. A special performances by Tabi Bonney and more.
There will be a beat battle and a showcase, that will be critiqued by each panel member. Contestants will have the opportunity to win a ; One on One with J.U.S.T.I.C.E League, a write up with VIBE Magazine, studio time with House Studios and much more.
This years panel discussion will include topics How to make the GRAMMY record?,Getting Your Music heard,Building Your Buzz,How to Get the Money? and How to become BLOG worthy?
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Current member of the J.U.S.T.I.C.E League
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, which stands for Just Undeniably
Some of The Illest Composers Ever, are a Grammy winning
group of producers and instrumentalists from Tampa,
Florida. The group consists of members Rook, Colione, and
Kenny “Barto” Bartolomei. Most recently, they have been
producing for Drake, Young Jeezy, Keyshia Cole, Mary J.
Blige, Rick Ross, Jay-Z, Lloyd Banks, Tech N9ne, Jay Rock,
and many other artists. The group takes their name from
the DC Comics superhero team the Justice League.