The 1st edition of Nigeria’s Most Valuable Producer Competition (MVP) took place on Friday July 29th 2011 at 57 Quarterjack Bar, Ogunlana Drive, Surulere.
The event which is designed to discover and promote the next generation of musical producers, proved to be very interesting with young upcoming producers displaying their best instrumentals in front of an enthusiastic crowd and a highly technical panel of Judges/Jury.
The Competition ended up being very entertaining with additional performances from Banditz Dance Group, Studz and Arthur of 93.7fm as the host of the event.
At the end of the day, talented producer RHYME (Bolarinwa Abiola) ended up the eventual winner taking home N100,000 cash, Beat by DRE Headphones, Various Music Producer Software and a possibility to partake in the World Beat Championship in Tokyo, Japan.
The 2nd edition which will see RHYME defend his title will take place in the month of October and has already been tagged - MVP: “Bigger, Better, Badder”.
It promises to have a lot of great surprises in store in terms of Celebrity Artistes and Producers.
The Judges for the 1st edition included Toby (Austrian based Producer for Dare‘s new “Double Dare” Album), Ava (Producer for Nomoreloss, Blaize), Dej 1 (C.E.O FOF Records). Corporate Partners included Nineteen80NG, 360 nobs, Tingles, Priceless, Next, ThisDay Newspapers, Milounge.
The MVP Competition is organized and packaged by Plaerz Entertainment.
The MVP Beat Battle Competition is open for anyone who thinks they are good in making beats or wants to make a career out of it as there are no formal requirements involved, just come with your confidence.
To find out more about the MVP Beat Battle Competition and how you can get involved, please type in Mvp Plaerz on Facebook. Or follow @MvpPlaerz on twitter.
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