Join NORA SAYS Hip Hop Camp this summer in Taiwan
This is a well-rounded musical camp for anyone who wants into get in the game
The 2022 NORA SAYS: Hip Hop Camp is a one-month event for Taiwanese students from July 14 to August 11, which consists of 10 featured lectures hosted by rappers BR, FRαNKIE法人, PiNkChAiN紅粉鍊人, PNC陳老師, JO$H BEAT$, Tipsy Kao, 國瑞 DJ and owner of Lung Hu Men Hip Hop, Yi Ting Tsang 曾宜婷 from Touch Music Publishing, and digital publication consultant Z.RuLE 詹潔如.
There are also three group co-creating camps, which help nourish and build up the participants’ music production skills like making beats, vocalizing, composing, and mixing, as well as learning about back-end digital streaming and publishing, media marketing, and all basic knowledge about copyright. Through the all-star mentors sharing their rich experience, students can quickly and fully get industry know-how as well as valuable practical skills.
What’s even more astonishing is that the event is totally free! Students however do need to pay a US$50 deposit to show their commitment and can only get back the full amount after they successfully graduate by not skipping more than three sessions, participating in the co-creating camp, submitting three co-created demos for each group, and participating in the final performance for students to showcase their achievements in early September.
The three co-creative group sessions allow students to practice what they have learned from the lectures, creating demos that will be listened to by producers JO$H BEAT$ and Tipsy Kao, and selecting the best four in which the organizer will assist in completing the track with full music and visual production for publication.
The organizers - The Brand Culture LTD and governmental director The Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development - are doing amazing work by giving back to the community and supporting the growth of the Hip Hop industry in Taiwan. Only 30 seats are available and students have to submit two original tracks to be reviewed and selected by the judges on July 11.