Streets Mos Magazine holds it’s annual Street Conference on Saturday, Jan 12, 2008 from 12pm – until…
Lead sponsor Will Roberson, the “Quincy Jones of Hip Hop” and CEO of Diggin 4 Brown says, “I believe in the vision of what SM is doing and it’s only natural that I support a movement that supports the streets.”
Special thanks also goes to sponsor, B. Mack of Foundation Magazine (Mixtape Culture) for helping to make this event possible.
The Conference, founded by the creators of the new, internationally distributed magazine, Streets Mos, is dedicated to opening the doors of opportunity for independent artists and will have a combination of industry insiders and the hottest, unsigned talent in attendance.
The theme of 2008’s Conference is “24 Hours of Hip Hop” and celebrates Hip Hop culture by uniting unsigned, worthy artists with industry bosses to make possible, their next record deal and to provide career-enhancing opportunities.
The Twist: Streets Mos has received the distribution to release a compilation album through Koch Entertainment, courtesy of Corey McKay (Legal Hustle Music Group/Koch Ent.) otherwise known as “Cormega,” formerly of The Firm. McKay, who fully endorses the Magazine, recognizes it as a platform to promote and expand awareness of unsigned talent.
Reputable promoters have also signed on to partake of this auspicious event, and contributed a $10K promotional package giveaway to the artist who wins the, “STREET ARTIST of THE YEAR” title. The winner will also be featured on the lead single off the Streets Mos Wanted Album, and will receive a year’s worth of advertising with all affiliated outlets.
The winners of categories, Best Solo Artist, Best Group, Best Female artist, and Best Latino artist will also be announced.
Interested artists should register as soon as possible, as spots are limited.
Among confirmed attendees of this annual Street Conference are Multi Platinum Record Producer Dame Grease, DJ Enyce, DJ Thoro, Get Money Nation, Action Pac, Ty Boogie and Goldie, Terrel Blair (Hood Life DVD), Tammy Feliciano (CEO of Streets Mos Representado), The First Lady Godiva (Streets Mos Radio), Kengee Henry (4 Front Magazine), Ray Daniels (Drahma Magazine), Swagg News Big Apple, Break Magazine, Kraze (All Access DVD), Cynthia Horner (Celebrity Publicist), J. Hatch (Faces in The Crowd), Jesse Jess (Underground Music Awards), Adante Ace (Streets Have a Voice), Monster and Jay (Slick Talk Ent.), “Heart of The City” Industry Showcase, Tom Black (Street to Street DVD), Bob Celestin (celebrity lawyer), Cormega (Legal Hustle Music Group) and many more.