'Lift As You Rise' Project with Nasty C, Gemini Major & More.

'Lift As You Rise' Project with Nasty C, Gemini Major & More.
After weeks of deliberating over thousands of entries, Red Bull Music and Tall Racks Records have chosen 11 aspiring artists that will go into the Red Bull Music Recording Studios in Cape Town to record their songs with the Tall Racks Records artists as part of the 'Lift As You Rise' project.

Made up of unstoppable forces Nasty C, Tellaman, Gemini Major, Rowlene, Lastee and Zino D, the 'Lift As You Rise' project saw these artists come together to produce multiple open tracks. These tracks incorporated verses from the collective artists, excluding 16 bars that allowed Africa’s up and coming artists to add their verses and subsequently completing the tracks. And now we have our top 11 selections... 


Your chosen South African artists are:
 
Deekay_Did_It (Pietermaritzburg)
Hanna (Cape Town)
KDaVine (Pietermaritzburg)
Msimisis (Swaziland)
J_Reagz(Cape Town)
Tembisile (Cape Town)
Priscilla (Botswana)
The Real Barry Lane (Nigeria)
ThatoJessica (Johannesburg)
JayHoodsa (Pretoria)
Flow Jones Jnr (Johannesburg)
 
These 11 selected artists now get a chance to complete their track with Tall Racks Records artists and its affiliates. The tracks will be released to the public soon thereafter. The winners will kick off their time in Cape Town at the Red Bull Cape Town Circuit main event (2 June), followed by the official after party at Shimmy’s where their collaborators will take to the stage. 

Check out the incomplete songs below! Who's track are you most looking forward to? 
 
Stay locked to Red Bull Music for future updates on the project! 
 

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