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Friday, October 5, 2012

This Sunday The DMV Unsigned Battle + Black Cobain joins judges

 Free Music Panel +Beat Battle+Record Battle with The Source Magazine in (DC

Washington,DC (October 5,2012)-On Sunday , October 7,2012 at LIV ( DC )I Got It For Free presents The Unsigned Battle along with The Source Magazine.

The Unsigned Battle is a showcase of innovative, creative individuals presented by media ambassadors I Got It For Free ,DCrap and the incomparable “Bible of Hip-Hop,” The Source magazine. The event includes a beat battle
between emerging producers, a record battle between upcoming artist, and a panel.
The Unsigned Beat and Record Battle will consist of 16 producers competing in 3 rounds in front of a panel of judges who will critic them based skill, quality,performance,and most importantly crowd participation.The Winner of both the record battle and beat battle will receive over a $1000 in cash and prizes including a round trip to NYC to record at Quad Studios and a feature on Thesource.com.

This years panel and judges includes The Source Magazine, Legreg Harrison of The Board Administration (responsible for the careers of Wale and Black Cobain), DJ Quicksilva (WKYS 93.9/Unruly Records), Marcus Moore (MTVHive), Chris Richards  (pop music critic Washington Post), Marcus K Dowling (Listen Vision/Brooklyn Bodega) ,Dj Mims (Wedcradio.com) , Dj Heat (WPGC 95.5) , Mike Rice (DTLR marketing rep) JukeboxDC , Quad Studios , Fairley McCaskil (Susie Juan PR) and more. Special guest appearance will be made by Black Cobain and Shy Glizzy. The panel will be moderated by Pharoh Martin of  WKYS 93.9. Music by Dj Heat and DJ Mims.

Sponsors include The Board Administration , DTLR , I Got It For Free, Quad Studios and more

LIV nightclub is located at 2001 11th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001.
Admission is Free must register at www.dmvunsignedhype.eventbrite.com . Doors open at 5pm  

For More Information please  www.dmvunsignedhype.eventbrite.com . Producers and Artist interested in battle also visit www.dmvunsignedhype.eventbrite.com 

About US
ABOUT I Got It For Free
I Got It For Free started on October 7,2012, to educate newartists on the importance of media in the music business. I Got It For Free has work with artists to showcase their music in front of top media, producers, executives, and DJ’s ; and creates anavenue for artists to learn more about the music industry, including music production, media, and
marketing through panel discussion. Our hundreds of followers and participants in the“DMV” (DC/MD/VA) continuously converge to share information, and raise money andawareness for various charities through events and social media.

Leading DMV artists, including national recording artist,many who have internationally toured, recorded with some of the industry’s most recognized producers, and have garnered radio spins on D.C.’s leading urban music radio stations and national video channels like BET and MTV have worked with I Got It For Free including Black Cobain , Fat Trel, SluttyBoyz ,Wale , Da Big Fella , The Board Administration,Uptown XO (of Diamond District), Tabi Bonney, David Correy, Kingpen Slim, AB the Producer, RatheMC,Smash, Pro'verb, Lyriciss, Kevin Ross (now signed to Motown Records) Amber Mimz, Gods’illa, Fatz Da Big Fella and XIB. 

There’s a good reason why The Source has dominated as the most recognizable “source” of Hip-
Hop and youth culture for the last 20 years. The Source has been the leading international voice
for the ever-evolving world of Hip-Hop music, culture and politics. It is our goal to cover every
aspect of this unique and vibrant culture - from the streets that spawn our increasingly creative
music and fashion to the power players that direct the boardrooms and make our products into
viable commodities and profitable investments.

The Source has had unparalleled achievements. Since our inception as a newsletter back in ‘88,
The Source has documented everything Hip-Hop like none other, including exclusive interviews
in print, on television and online. We have consistently extended our reach beyond the traditional
realms of media with special Source music initiatives such as the Hip-Hop Hits compilation
album; the well renowned 5 Mic music rating system; Spit 16, our unique program designed to
expose unsigned artists; as well as producing the first-ever annual awards program centered on
Hip-Hop, The Source Awards. With our eyes and ears steadily to the street, our wealth of content
speaks volumes to the double decade history of our coverage and legacy in the game, and our
readers and contributors alike are known community trendsetters and influencers.

It is this mission that continues to provide our driving force to be popular culture’s most
entertaining, complete and respected brand in Hip-Hop and youth culture. From Source Latino to
Source France and Source Japan, the influence of The Source is unrivaled in the global
presentation of Hip-Hop.

The Source’s coverage is dynamic and remains committed to our growing and diverse audience.
Under new ownership, The Northstar Group, The Source’s new era will see the brand hitting even
larger audiences through a wide-ranging multi-media platform that utilizes traditional methods
like TV, radio, and of course, The Source’s loyal newsstand base cohesively with new media
outlets like the web and mobile technologies. Without compromise, The Source remains
committed to documenting the total lifestyle surrounding Hip-Hop that branches into every niche
of popular culture worldwide.

Previous Sponsors and Panelists
WKYS 93.9, KJ Carson (XM Radio), Jycorri Robinson (Def Jam), Osinachi (Producer, Rodney
“Darkchild” Jerkins, Diggy Simmons, Biz Markie), Team Luda/LudaJuice (food & beverage),
Target Squad (production studio), DJ Heat (WPGC 95.5) DJ Quicksilva (WKYS 93.9), EZ Street
(WKYS 93.9), P Stew (WKYS 93.9), DJ Reddz (WPGC 95.5, Power 104.7), Greedy Genius
(fashion), Nuvo (spirits), Durkl (fashion), yoraps.com (media), Broccoli City (media/fashion),
The Board Administration (artist management), Fuze Beverage (food & beverage), John F.
Kennedy (Vibe Magazine), DJ Money (DJ, Mac Miller), J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League (Producers, Jay-
Z, Mary J. Blige, Drake), Rocksmith Tokyo (fashion), Sarah Godfrey (Washington City Paper),
and HouseStudios DC (production studio).

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