Beat makers face-off in maiden competition
Rhythmic and sensational beat producer in Ghana, Qp Music Studio, has opened doors for beat makers in Ghana to compete in the maiden beat challenge.
The competition was launched in Accra by Zapp Mallet, a renowned Ghanaian Record Producer at the Qp Music Studio at Abelemkpe.
According to Madam Lillian Kent, Media Relations Officer of Qp Music Production, the aim of this worthy challenge was for beat makers in Ghana both recognised and budding to come on board and compete.
The winner of the competition would represent Ghana on the international level in Toronto, Canada.
She highlighted that, producers were to submit no more than 10 and not less than eight beats for the battle, and added that each beat should not be less than 60 seconds and must be in a form of mp3.
Madam Kent underscored that beats with vocals would not be accepted and rules of the submissions should be strictly adhered to.
“Beats submitted would be screened by a jury made up of three members chaired by Zapp Mallet, all the three are industry players,” she explained.
The Media Relations Officer announced that the deadline for submissions would be September 30, 2020, stating that the final battle would be held at Sika Hall at Atinka Studios, Accra.
She told producers to submit their beats at Qp Studios at Abelemkpe opposite Marwarko, Accra or send entries via email email@example.com
Madam Kent expressed appreciation to Mr Samuel Quartey-Papafio, founder of Qp Music Production for spearheading the affairs of the studio, and giving this opportunity to beat makers.
By Alfred Nii Arday Ankrah