Monday, April 18, 2011


Calling all musicians, producers and DJs...

Avion Blackman has just released the first single and video from her forthcoming album "Third World Girl." This single is now available for download on and iTunes and the video is currently creating a lot of buzz on YouTube:

In "Third World Girl," Avion sings about where she comes from, saying; "Don't forget where you're from." For the first time ever, we want to give you a chance to represent where you come from by remixing this song to your own personal sound/style.

Just click on the link below and you can download an audio file with the tempo, key and a vocal only version of the song. We're giving you free reign to make the song into whatever you wish! Imagine "Third World Girl" in Techo, Dubstep, Soca or Dancehall--The possibilities are limitless! So whether you are a third world girl (or guy)-or even if you come from the first world (or somewhere in between); We want to hear YOUR version of this incredible song!

This is a great chance to get your name out there as a producer/artist/writer/DJ. The winners of this contest will have their versions of the song included in a maxi single that will be released on iTunes, and other digital vendors.

This will be an unprecedented opportunity to get your music associated with a major artist and heard by an international audience! If your version is featured in the maxi-single, we will include your name in the title of the song and all associated press and promotions!

All winners will receive an autographed poster of Avion Blackman and you'll be one of the first to receive a free copy of her "Third World Girl" album (long before it hits the stores)!
One lucky winner just may even have their remix featured on the next Reggae Revolution Mixtape! You can submit as many remixes as you like.

DEADLINE: To be considered in the contest, your remix must be received by no later than 11:59pm EST on May 5th, 2011.

So what are you waiting for? Start mixing today! Here's the link:

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