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Thursday, April 19 • 10:00pm - Friday, April 20 •12:00am
ASCAP EXPO iStandard Producer and Rapper Showcase

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ASCAP and iStandard are excited to present for its fourth year this showcase opportunity at the EXPO, specifically for Producers and Rappers. Eight EXPO attendees, whose tracks were pre-selected by iStandard, will have their music played before a panel of prominent music industry tastemakers, who will then provide valuable constructive criticism for the benefit of the participants and the audience. Two rappers have been selected, via submissions from EXPO attendees, to perform as part of the showcase. The iStandard Producers Showcase has been held in 12 major U.S. cities.


Panelists
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Battleroy

Producer, Songwriter - "Lighters" |
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Marcos "Kosine" Palacios (Da Internz)

 Chicago’s production duo Da Internz (Ernest \'Tuo\' Clark and Marcos Palacios) have produced for many of hip-hop/R&B\'s heavy hitters such as John Legend, Mims, Greyson Chance, Rihanna and Big Sean. Their songs include: Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake,” Sean Kingston & Justin Bieber’s \'Eenie Meenie,\' Big Sean... Read More →
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Ernest "Tuo" Clark (Da Internz)

 Chicago’s production duo Da Internz (Ernest \'Tuo\' Clark and Marcos \'Kosine\' Palacios) have produced for many of hip-hop/R&B\'s heavy hitters such as John Legend, Mims, Greyson Chance, Rihanna and Big Sean. Their songs include Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake,” Sean Kingston & Justin... Read More →
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S1 (Symbolyc One)

 S1, aka Symbolyc One, (born Larry D. Griffin Jr.), grew up in Waco, TX, infatuated with old tunes that played on his parents’ turntable. This led him to learn the alto sax and piano through out his teen years and in church, and eventually led him to venture into the art of production and making beats. In 1999, he received his Associates Degree in Applied Science: Audio Engineering, which required him to take his music theory and ear training to another level. In 2007, S1 began competing in National Beat Competitions (iStandard, Red Bull Big Tune... Read More →
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Malik Yusef

 Spoken word artist Malik Yusef was born in Chicago, Illinois. He began performing spoken word in open mic venues in the late 1980s, and had his first big break in 1997 when Ted Witcher, director of the film, Love Jones, recognized his poetry and hired him to coach the film\'s lead actor, Larenz Tate. Yusef received a Peabody Award nomination in 2000 and was the Truth Award Spoken Word Artist of the Year from 2001 to 2005. He was also awarded the Best Poet award by the Chicago Music Awards from 2002 to 2008, and won an Independent Film Project Award for Hollywood Jerome. In 2002, Yusef, along with jazz saxophonist Mike Phillips collaborated on the song \'This Is Not A Game,\' which was selected by Michael Jordan to appear on the album that came with the purchase of limited edition Jordan 17 sneakers. That same year, he performed his poem entitled \'I spit...\' on the second season of HBO\'s Russell Simmons\' Def Poetry Jam. In 2003, Yusef released his debut solo album, The Great Chicago Fire -- A Cold Day in Hell, which featured a long list of production credits and guest appearances that included Kanye West, Xtreme, Chantay Savage, Common, and Bigg Nastee, among others. Yusef released the album G.O.O.D. Morning, G.O.O.D. Night in collaboration with Kanye West. West\'s 2006 release, Late Registration, featured Yusef\'s poetry on the song \'Crack Music,\' and was honored with a Grammy Award. His collaborations with West... Read More →


Thursday April 19, 2012 10:00pm - Friday April 20, 2012 12:00am
The Highlands Upstairs Hollwood & Highlands Complex

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