Twine has teamed up with BudEBoy Entertainment to give rappers around the world a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with the legendary Kokane King of G Funk. Kokane is the most featured artist in the world and has worked with many of the biggest names in Hip-Hop including Snoop Dogg, Dr Dre, Busta Rhymes, Ice Cube, Cypress Hill and N.W.A. He’s also the CEO of independent record label BudEBoy Entertainment.
He’s looking for the most talented emerging rappers from all over the world to feature on his “Dope Like Kokane” international mixtape. That’s right, whatever country you’re from he wants you to rap in your own language and give you a platform that most rappers could only dream of. Watch this video below to find out more.
So, if you think you’ve got what it takes to be dope like Kokane then make sure you sign up to Twine and add your best work to your portfolio so Kokane can see if you’ve got what it takes. You must make sure your Twine account is complete. We will not accept any pitches from Twine accounts that don’t have a bio, profile and cover images, projects or credits. To learn more about credits and uploading projects, head to the Twine Support Centre.
To enter CLICK HERE to pitch on Kokane’s project brief and, in your pitch, tell him which of your projects on Twine you want him to listen to that best showcases your talent. We will not accept any external links, including SoundCloud or any other platform. Read this blog post to find out more about pitches.
Kokane is looking to potentially sign some of the most talented rappers to BudEBoy Entertainment, so this really is an opportunity of a lifetime to get your name on the map.
You’ve got just two weeks to get your pitch in so hurry as you don’t want to miss this! Selected artists will be notified in the first week in July.
Check out his recent single California Classic released on BudEBoy Entertainment.
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