Have your say in MTV Brand New's search for unsigned talent

News: 23rd October 2012 by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers, Creative & Branding, Finance, Law & Music Business, Live, Media, Music Publishing, Music Training & Careers, Record Labels, Recording & Production, Selling & Distributing Your Music

A few weeks ago we told you about MTV Brand New's hunt for the best unsigned talent. Well, they've now made their selections from all the entrants and voting has now begun to search for the winner of MTV’s Brand New for 2013 Unsigned Competition.
MTV's selected shortlist of talented entrants now find themselves in the public voting stage. Once voting closes, the 20 artists with the most votes will be put in front of a panel of MTV editorial music experts who will pick an overall winner to be added to the final MTV Brand New for 2013 shortlist. Voting stays open until 12th November. The winner will be announced on 28th November at an exclusive showcase at the HMV Forum in London.
In it’s second year, the competition offers an unbelievable opportunity for an unsigned artist to get included on the prestigious annual new music shortlist, which has tipped artists such as The Vaccines, Drake, Adele, Florence & The Machine, Labrinth and Wretch 32.
MTV Brand New for 2013 will kick off in earnest on 28th November with the announcement of this year’s shortlist and the first of a series of 3 shows showcasing this year’s nominated artists. After a public vote the overall winner will be announced in January, winning dedicated support across all of MTV’s networks for the rest of 2013.
Discover and vote via the links below. Have your say!

Also check out the Vimeo link below to view videos from unsigned artists offering their tips and advice for fellow undiscovered musicians.

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