BMC & Brapp are offering you the chance to cut a record with a music legend

Drum and Bass | Thursday 24th March 2016 | Christina

Brighton Music Conference & Brapp are offering vocalists, rappers and producers the chance to collaborate with artists from across the musical spectrum of underground electronic, hip hop and grime.
This year’s conference, taking place at Brighton Dome on 14th and 15th April, focuses heavily on closing gap between music genres, and BMC are working alongside Brapp to give up and coming artists a chance to be heard by and work with legends such as Mercury Music prize winner  Roni Size, and Zomboy, one of the biggest names in bass music. House music will be represented by Bristol’s Defected duo GotSome, and Toronto’s Cedric Gasaida aka Starving Yet Full. 

Vocalist Ayah Marar, who has had platinum records with the likes of Calvin Harris and DJ Fresh, will also be contributing to the project. Representing underground hip-hop are High Focus, and RLD Records’ Staple Leaf Dog, Critical Music’s Hyroglifics will be offering his future bass/beats, as are grime producers The Heavy Trackerz and legacy don MC Saskilla. 

Entrants have until April 7th to perform on their producer of choices’ beats in the Brapp app, or to tag a vocalist on productions they upload for the chance to collaborate on a track to be released on the official Brighton Music Conference compilation.

For more info, head to the BMC website. Download Brapp here.