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Tiger Records Contest - And The Winner Is...

Tiger Records Contest - And The Winner Is...

Tiger Records Contest - And The Winner Is...

By Karl Pearson on Thursday, March 10, 2011 - Comment

16year old KAYLA G from Brooklyn USA scoops the award.

Tiger Records mix contest winnerEarlier this year Sherkhan, the French producer from Tiger Records based in Kingston, set a mix contest to see who could come up with the best take on his latest riddim the Electricity Riddim.

Once the closing date of the compotion was reached the three judges DJ FLASH (TRINITY), ELMAR (SENTINEL) and CROSSFIRE (UNITY) sifted through the numerous entries looking for the most original and interesting mixes that had made good use of samples with meaning / messages etc, scratching, studdar effects and just about anything else that they had wanted to use to grab their attention. In the end the vote was unanimous with a young 16year old lady from Brooklyn, New York KAYLA G impressing the judges the most.

You can hear KAYLA G’s winning mix :

and a selection of other mixes at

The full vote details, with judges comments were as follows:

1. KAYLA G (Most vibes, also the only one that pitched the riddim getting it a mix cd kinda feeling)
2. MICKY SAN (Nice cutting n' scratching)
3. SELECTA IRIE (Nice mix overall)

1. KAYLA G (Nice concept, good flow)
2. SELECTA PROZ (Wicked remix beginning of the mix)
3. SELECTA LANTOOL (Good SFX overall, nice cuts)
Special mention to MICKY SAN (Good cuts and scratches too, good structure of the titles)

1. KAYLA G (Most vibes, well blended, SFX had a vibe, the songs were mixed short but not too short… nice for anyone who wanted to preview the riddim)
Mention to RAS CLOUD (Most original and personal)

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