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Unsigned Musicians, Here's Your Chance: All Access Music Conference August 8

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Attention all unsigned hip-hop artists, producers, and songwriters: your big break is finally here. Maybe.

The All Access Music Conference will come on the weekend of August 8 to the Eden Roc Hotel (4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach). This two-day event will allow Miami's unsung heroes to showcase their talents to a panel of hip-hop execs, which will include those who made names like Notorious B.I.G., Lil Kim, T.I, and Method Man big in the music industry.

The AAMC was created by veterans of the hip-hop industry to connect with everyone involved with the industry who just hasn't gotten lucky yet, from artists and producers, to labels and lawyers.

The conference will kick off Saturday at 11 a.m. with the opportunity

to have a on-one-on session with a record label executive. Participants

are encouraged to bring the music that best represents their vision,

with the head honchos providing feedback. The rest of the day will be

dedicated to seminars to school the musicians on everything about being

big in hip-hop, from the current state of the industry to viral videos.


the talent is more of a live performer, then about 3 minutes of their

musical genius will be showcased on Sunday in an "American Idol"-type

set-up at Mansion Nightclub. At night, party away the stress at the

official AAMC after-party, also at the club.

The opportunity for

a big break comes at a price - $235 if you register before July 26, to

be exact. But what's the price of fame?

For more information and to register, go to allaccessmusicconference.com.

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