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TropicSpin Music and Song Competition Calls for Submissions by Musicians

Music Competition poster (Submitted art)

Arawak Media is calling for all amateur musicians and entertainers in the Caribbean and Central America to submit their music videos to be featured at the second annual TropicSpin Music and Song Competition scheduled for July 22, 2023.

Submissions are now open on TropicSpin.com and will end on July 15, 2023. All entrants have to do is go to TropicSpin.com and upload their music video to the website via a Google Link, Dropbox Link or YouTube link on a Word Document with their names, name of song and address along with email and telephone contact.

As per the first TropicSpin in 2022, this year’s winners will be selected by the viewers. Viewers will be allowed to vote on which song they like the most, and at the end of the stream, the solo artist or group with the most votes will win the contest. So, all entrants are encouraged to ask their friends and fans to tune in to the program and vote for their artists or whoever they like.

The prizes: Best Solo Artist will win $1,500 and best Group will win $3,000.

All entrants must be from the Caribbean and/or Central American on the approved country list on TropicSpin. Entrants that are two generations removed from the region, for example, someone living in America or Europe but who can trace his or her roots back to the region by no further than their grandparents will also be accepted.

Individuals can watch the TropicSpin Music and Song Competition on the Caribbean Magazine Plus Facebook page and YouTube Page, CaribMag TV. In addition, it will be streamed on the Caribbeann Cyber Stream.

For more information on this and upcoming events and contests, contact: Arawak Media at

Phone: 1-242-425-7046

Email: editor@caribmagplus.com

Facebook @Caribbean Magazine Plus, Twitter @MagCarib, YouTube @CaribMag TV and Instagram @caribmagplus

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