Rep Yo City

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In the past 50 years that hip hop has been around there has always been a theme of artists putting on for their city. At One City Ent, we represent all artists worldwide. In music, location has always been referred to with a sense of pride, harmonized and rapped over tantilizing 808's and chords. Some songs talk about putting on for a city, some for a state or a country. There have even been songs more specific putting on a neighborhood, complex or zone of a city. This is one part of the culture that brings a lot of pride and emotion to a track. 


For this competition we chose to work with the talented Mulatto. Mulatto has been rapping since the age of 10 and has a lot of early accomplishments, including winning Jermaine Dupri's TV show The Rap Game. One of the first challenges on the show was to write a song about Atlanta, and Mulatto did perfect on that challenge - she’s always been putting on for her city. Recently she dropped a project called Big Latto, which had two songs with location-based pride rhythms, “ATL Hoe” and “Bitch From da Souf.”


Mulatto is a great example of remembering where you came from. Where you’re from shapes your thought process and outlook on the world. There's a saying of being a product of your environment and sometimes that's used in a negative context to say why people do what they do. No matter where you’re from, you have experienced ups and downs. With those downs it creates pressure and sometimes pressure bursts pipes, but sometimes pressure makes diamonds. We are counting on your vote to help us decide who puts on the best!


How it Works:


If more than 50 artists sign up, the competition will go in rounds, in which each submission will need four votes in order to move to the next round. Once the submissions are narrowed down to less than 50, the remaining artists will compete head-to-head for maximum exposure. The final round will last for three weeks. Artists are randomly selected and matched so that no one has an advantage, and the submission with the most votes will win. You can follow individual competitions and be notified when the competition begins and when voting opens for each round.


Shape the Culture:

No longer will someone else dictate who you listen to or who should get spins. By giving everyone an equal opportunity to be seen and heard, and then advancing the winners, you are telling labels and radio stations what’s hot. Your vote will dictate the trends and determine which artists deserve more exposure. And with that simple vote, you are shaping the culture!


To see winners and more competitions, follow @onecityent @onecitymaik @onecitypete @cmibeats @mulatto …. It’s a movement…


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