by PH1 Media GroupAugust 14, 2012
A "Battle Royale" will take place between aspiring and undiscovered Gospel singers and rappers in this exciting twist on a talent showcase.
South Florida Christian entertainment company Royalty Entertainment prepares for a huge second season of the "Battle of the Praises" talent competition. A battle royale will take place between Gospel and Inspirational singers and rappers for the title and grand prize of $5,000 cash and a recording contract with Royalty Entertainment.
The talent competition is in the vein of a Christian version of the XFactor with famed and legendary stars of the gospel music world as mentors to the contestants. Aspiring artist from across South Florida and beyond will have three opportunities to impress the judges for a spot. Auditions kick off on September 15, 2012 at the IBB Miami located 17701 NW 57th Avenue Miami, Fl 33055 from 11am-4pm."We are super excited about this year. It's truly going to be a grand affair" says Herbert Mccrea founder of Royalty Entertainment and creator of the Battle of the Praises. "We have a star studded panel that will advise these aspiring artist and share information and techniques that they'll take forth with them in their lives and careers. This opportunity is pricess"
"They're in for a treat" says last year's winner Christina Robbins who won the first Battle of the Praises and has gone on to perform in venues across the country. "This competition has truly opened doors in my life. It's a great experience".
The boxing rink themed main event is scheduled for January 2013 for more information or to register to audition go to www.4royaltyentertainment.com.
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