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Rhymesayers and Krafty Entertainment Showcase Opportunity [PSA]

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Vancouver, B.C. -  Hip-hop artists who are current paid Music BC members have the opportunity to submit for free to be considered to perform a live 15-minute showcase for Rhymesayers Entertainment General Manager, Soundset Festival organizer, and Atmosphere’s tour manager Jason “J-Bird” Cook. Cook will also be speaking as part of Music BC’s “Building Your Touring Career” seminar at 1 p.m. on the afternoon of May 5th at Tom Lee Music Hall alongside other experienced hip-hop industry people as part of a showcase organized by Krafty Entertainment at Fortune Sound Club in Vancouver.

Applicants will have a chance to perform prior to some of Vancouver’s top hip-hop acts – including SonReal, Evil Ebenezer, Snak the Ripper, Cityreal, and Def3 – as part of a showcase that will be free to the public to watch. The submission deadline for this showcase opportunity is 11:59pm PST on Thursday, April 26th. For more information please visit http://www.kraftyentertainment.com.

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