Tanya Morgan Remix Winner Announced

JLBarrow • October 06, 2009 • No Comments


(October 06, 2009 – Brooklyn, NY) To celebrate the release of their latest iTune’s single, Brooklynati’s “Never Enough,” Tanya Morgan teamed up with 2dopeboyz.com to host a producer-oriented remix contest. The Brooklynati’s Got Talent remix contest spanned two weeks and with over 100 submissions from all over the globe including the US, England, France, Brazil, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Canada, and more. After much deliberation, Tanya Morgan and their label, Interdependent Media, narrowed down the extensive list to announce Brooklynati’s #1 producer, DJ BobbyBob[listen and download here]. Dario submitted the contest’s runner-up entry.[hear it here]

Along with the title, Bobby Bob will be awarded prizing from Native Instruments, Brooklynati-inspired clothing courtesy of Society Original Products, one signed copy of Brooklynati, one certificate of victory signed by select members of the Brooklynati Chamber of Commerce and the inclusion of his “Never Enough” remix in the release of Tanya Morgan’s upcoming iTunes single release. When asked about he felt about winning the remix contest, Bobby Bob said, “I’m a big Tanya Morgan fan so it’s double the satisfaction for me to win the contest… Maybe Tanya Morgan wants some beats for the next album too (laughs)! ” Contest runner up Dario will be receiving an official Brooklynati Survival Kit, one signed copy of Brooklynati, and one certificate of victory signed by select members of the Brooklynati Chamber of Commerce.

Tanya Morgan knew this would be an excellent chance to give back to their Brooklynati fans, as well as providing the opportunity to hear the work of young, upcoming producers, and come away with a finished product that was creatively inspired. Going back to the source of the original beat, Von Pea had some things to say in regards to the contest and BobbyBob’s version, “We wanted to do a remix contest for the song because we knew it could be taken so many places other than where I took it with the original production. We got a lot of good and bad remixes but the overall feeling of DJ BobbyBob’s remix is what did it for us.”

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