Natali Yura has been making quite a name for herself in 2014, having collaborated with some of the top producers in the world (Rodney Jerkins, Dan Tannenbaum, Jason Nevins, DJ Khalil, Chin Injeti and D-Wayne (Afrojack’s protégé́) in an effort to bring her music to the forefront. Natali is a woman with her finger on the pulse of what is hot in music, choosing only the best to work alongside. A testament to her vision came last week, when remixers on her single ‘Scream for Love’, which peaked at #9 on Billboard’s Dance Chart, were crowned the #2 DJs in the world by DJ Mag. Congrats to Natali on her top choice, and of course to Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike for their amazing rise!
Natali has decided to open up the playing field and broaden her collaborative scope to include video creatives, all in a continuing effort to open doors and discover talent that may otherwise remain unseen. Are you the next visionary film maker?
Go here for all the rules and information on how to enter.
We have just launched a music video contest for pop artist Natali Yura that is targeted to both high school and college students and has some great educational benefits. The prizes include:
- A $1500 cash prize for the student along with a $1000 cash prize to your school arts program!
- A scholarship to any Relativity School summer 2015 program ($1000 value). Students can choose from programs in film, acting, musical theater, dance and electronic music.
- An opportunity to intern with Aldamisa Entertainment. We will be able to offer an alternate prize for younger students.
How to Enter
Entering the contest is extremely simple. Student’s simply download Natali Yura’s new single YUNG LUV for free here [nataliyura.com/contest]. Students then create their own music video centered around the idea of young love (puppy love, first boyfriend, even meeting a sibling for the first time!) and upload their video using the submission form at http://nataliyura.com/contest. The quality of the video will not affect a student’s chances of winning – cell phone videos are fine if they have no access to video equipment.
No purchase is necessary, and this is a wonderful opportunity for students to get their work seen by a top panel of judges, including an executive from Sony Records.
Deadline for submissions- December 1, 2014.