I Saw It First is looking for female musicians to head up its official anthem
Women's clothing brand I Saw It First is looking for female musicians to head up its official anthem - with an extra prize thrown in as a bonus.
The winner of the competition, in association with Capital Xtra, will work with a top music producer to work on a track, as well as receiving a cool £25,000 in prize money.
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After hundreds of people applied Instagram, sending videos of themselves performing, a panel of experts consisting of UK rap producer Steel Banglez, who's worked with MIST and J Hus, Capital Xtra's Yinka Bokini and Shanya Marie and respected garage and bass producer Zed Bias drew up a shortlist of 21 artists.
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Those in the shortlist include Amy G from Wolverhampton whose entry is a UKG remix of her track ‘One Night’, 18-year-old Willow Kayne with her track ‘Ctrl, Alt, Dlt, Leicester singer Alice Kube and Oli Brown whose honed her singing performing in Barcelona jazz bars.