Johannesburg, 10 September 2021 – Calling on all young emerging disruptors of the music industry. There’s no better time to level up on your career goals, than now. Homecoming Events together with TuneCore, Africa’s leading digital distributor, are bringing a dynamic music workshop for the freshest homegrown talent. If you know your sound is cool and think you have what it takes to add to the music culture, then this is for you!
The Homecoming events team and several of the artistry’s giants are opening the industry and giving opportunities to put yourself on the stage. Enter the competition today and have your musical submission, indulged by the very best of the industry’s movers and shakers, i.e., the most influential people to make music, what it is today.
The top three emerging artists will ultimately be granted an opportunity, to take the Mzansi on a journey of musical experience, making a solid mark in the industry.
“This comes as one of the most exhilarating life-changing experiences for anyone out there. It’s beyond just having your talent seen and heard. You’re empowered to be and do more, with valuable career guidance, relevant knowledge, and the correct tools, to significantly kick-start your career,” says Athabile, MD of Homecoming Events.
Performing artists and DJs stand a chance to win cash prizes, a career development package, courtesy of TuneCore, and Embedded merchandise. They will also receive a Homecoming Events and Zanzou performance package, legal services from TailorMade Legal Solutions amongst so much more.
“The Artist on the Rise initiative was established as an initiative to assist artists with grappling the challenges of the industry. It realizes the power of the African youth in influencing and shifting culture. We’ve seen the blow-up of many artists who were once upcoming and we are confident that, there’s still so much more, that the industry can benefit from, concludes, 25K The Plug”.
Registrations open 10 September 2021 and will close on 24 September 2021, with the finals set to take place from 8 to 9 October 2021.