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Winnipeg’s Abstract Artform are Semi-Finalists at the International Songwriting Competition (ISC) [News]

Winnipeg, MBAbstact Artform, Winnipeg’s fuse masters of Prairie-inspired hip-hop and funk, have a new accomplishment to add to their portfolio, as their song, “Things Aint What They Used to Be,” has just been selected as a semi-finalist in the R&B/hip-hop category in 2011-2012’s International Songwriting Competition (ISC).

They may only have three years on the scene behind them, but Abstract Artform have already topped !earshot hip-hop college radio charts, landed on the Top 25 Hip-Hop charts on CMJ in the USA and now, being selected as semi-finalists from over 16,000 entries in ISC 2011, one of Winnipeg’s leading acts is once again proving they are here to stay.

Next on the agenda for Abstract Artform, a performance in Toronto, as part of Canadian Music Week 2012 on March 21 at Comfort Zone (480 Spadina Avenue).

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