Too bad I ain't home right now. I think I got nominated for something....but anyway. I guess. I need to keep grinding. Shouts out to the whole TENN-A-KEY!-L'Daialogue
Former G Unit artist and Nashville, TN native Young Buck is giving back to his community by being one of the sponsors of the first annual Tennessee Music Conference and Hip-Hop Awards. Young Buck collaborated up with Robert "Robski" Grady to sponsor the event, which is expected to bring in artists like 8-Ball, Project Pat, Yo Gotti, All-Star and more. Young Buck will also co-host the event with DJ Freddy Hydro. The event is being held September 6-7 and is expecting to be the most effective music-networking event to ever hit Tennessee.
“We want to honor and pay homage to the people who have helped to develop the TN Hip-Hop market to what it is, and work as a state to help to continue to build the market,” a statement from the events website site said, continuing, “This event will help to establish a foundation in which the TN music community can use to help grow and develop their careers in music.”
The main purpose of the 1st Annual Tennessee Music Conference and Hip-Hop awards is to honor and pay homage to the people who have helped to develop the Tennessee Hip-Hop market to what it has become, and work as a state to help to continue to build the market, and develop careers for artists, DJ’s, producers, media, promoters, and others in the state. This event will help to establish a foundation in which the Tennessee music community can use to help grow and develop their careers in music.
The event is also during the weekend of the John Merritt Classic in Nashville. Southern vs. Tennessee State Tigers as well as the Season Opener for the Tennessee Titans, so the event will be an added bonus to those in town and want to gain music knowledge, network, and have a good time.
For more information on the Tennessee Music Conference and Hip-Hop Awards, please visit the website http://www.tmchiphopawards.com