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The New Skool Rules Exchange Program offers an opportunity for worthy musicians and music professionals to come together on an international level to create and produce great, influential music.

Starting on October 22, 2010 New Skool Rules will hold open auditions in several international locations including New York and Atlanta for aspiring rappers and singers to showcase their skills within a set 3 minute time frame. Recorded by Trace TV and broadcasted to over 150 countries worldwide, the audition will feature a panel of distinguished industry judges who will choose two winners who will receive a Digiwaxx music service package and will be flown to Atlanta, Georgia in January 2011 for a 5 day music exchange session where winners from every open audition will converge to create 5-6 unique tracks amongst each other and with several acclaimed producers.

Those same winners as well as the Atlanta audition winners will then be flown to Rotterdam, The Netherlands in April 2011 to perform those previously created songs at the New Skool Rules International Music Summit in front of a plethora of industry tastemakers, A&Rs, executives, DJs, programming directors and other artist.

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NOTE: Due to an overwhelming response auditions will take place within 3 time slots:
1:00 – 3:00 PM
3:00 – 5:00 PM
5:00 – 6:00 PM

Auditions will be on a first come first serve basis so RSVP at to guarantee entry. Registration fee will be collected on site.

Judges include:

New York – Corey “CL” Llewellyn (Digiwaxx Media), Kelly Griffin (BET) and Chuck Creekmur (, Guest label A&R executive, Guest DJ

Atlanta – Squeak (Manager Drumma Boy), Drumma Boy, Ray Daniels (Manager Rock City), Rock City, DJ Trauma and DJ GMack.

October 22, 2010 (New York, NY)
October 27, 2010 (Atlanta, GA)


New York
Digiwaxx Media
410 W. 127th Street – 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10027
Time: 2 PM
Registration fee: $ 35

SAE Institute
215 Peachtree Street, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30303
Time: 4 PM
Registration fee: $ 35


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