The Revo-Dub-a-Lution 5 Star Festival gets on its way with a series of meetings from this Sunday at Queens Park, 5 p.m, followed by a number of performing workshops.
All interested parties are asked to attend.
The production which features five competitions: Reggae/Dance Hall Singing, Chanting, Rap/Hip Hop, Dancing and a Deejay contests, will see close to 100 participants vying for prize monies of $2000, $1000, $500 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each category, respectively.
Trophies are up for grabs for the Best Lyrics, Nation Building and Dialect compositions in categories such as Best Instrumental, Gospel and African conscious entries will also be awarded.
Most Innovative, Commercial and Original Compositions, also Most Dynamic, Creative and Best Nation Building Dance Choreography, will be given prizes.
For the Deejays, judges will award the Most Entertaining and Most Skilful Deejays. In addition, the most punctual, disciplined, cooperative, promising and improved artistes will all received trophies in these categories.
“REVODUBALUTION is not just a talent showcase; it is built on four pillars of the artistes’ development to impact the music industry and to enable the artistes to obtain maximum exposure for his/her craft. Those are: The Competition, The Workshop and The Production of a Music CD and creation of a Television Showcase,” organiser David Clarke said in a release issued today.
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