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Bad Royale Needs YOUR Help Finishing A Track

Trying to break into the music industry as an electronic music producer but don’t know where to start? How does releasing a track with Bad Royale sound? Now’s your chance! Bad Royale needs help producing their next big hit, and they are running a contest, in conjunction with Good Enuff and Diplo’s Mad Decent record label, to unearth talent who are trying to make a name for themselves. Is that you?

If interested, the rules are simple: be Bad Royale’s friend on social media, download a stem pack consisting of five tracks, and go crazy customizing the music. According to contest rules, you can complete one collab track, do them all, or mix and match.

“Bad Royale sucks and they need your help to finish a track… Just make something awesome”

Entries must be submitted online by July 15th. The grand prize: the chance for your collab to be released on the Good Enuff label, a Mad Decent merchandise pack, and a BLUE microphone (a USB microphone valued at more than $150).

Don’t know who Bad Royale are? According to the group’s website, the answer to the question of who is simple: “I’m me, he’s him, and those two are the other ones.” In reality, three-of-the-four members are established artists: Maor Levi, Bruce Karlsson (of Norin & Rad), and Kevin Wild. Elias Ghosn, who possesses a background in marketing, rounds out Mad Decent’s resident quartet.

Bad Royale has been pumping out releases and EPs on Mad Decent, Buygore, and more labels within the past year. They’ve played at EDC Vegas, Ultra Miami, and BBC’s Radio1, amongst others. They’re no strangers to the Pacific Northwest as well, performing at Freaknight 2015, and, most recently, Foundation Nightclub two months ago. Their unique blend of trap, dancehall, moombathon, and progressive, as well as hilarious social media antics, is turning heads in the industry as their star continues to glow brighter and brighter.

Want your star to shine just as bright? Well, what are you waiting for! Official contest rules can be found here.