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Calling all singers, rappers, drummers, even flutists, we want to give undiscovered and up-and-coming musicians the chance to share their talents with the world.
Whatever your musical vice, sign up and enter for the chance to perform with YUNGBLUD. Judges will pick a "Final Five" to perform in a digital battle for the Grand Prize. Content will be posted and shared on vans.com/mw and our social platforms. Don’t miss your chance.
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07/07/21 - 07/23/21
Calling all singers, rappers, drummers, even flutists. Whatever your musical vice, enter for the chance to perform with YUNGBLUD at a House of Vans. Judges will pick a "Final Five" to perform in a digital battle for the Grand Prize. Content will be posted and shared on vans.com/mw and our social platforms. Don’t miss your chance.
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United States Top Ten Announced
Week of 9/01/21
The US top ten have been announced! Get to know the top ten US finalists below:
LaToya Fernandez, who performs as PYT, has been writing music since 1999, when she was just 8 years old. Now 33 and based in San Jose, she writes razor-sharp raps that embolden and empower women. “In a world of darkness and confusion,” she says, “youth need inspiration, motivation and constant reminders that they as themselves are more than enough. Read more at Pitchfork.
Deuces II & The Golden Theory
Cincinnati's Deuces Cunningham II is a singer and rapper who writes songs about love, family, and manifesting abundance. Listen now.
Punk rock changed Ryan Hardwick’s life. When he was younger, the music felt like a wild secret to the frontman of Cleveland’s Last Gasp, a way to escape the doldrums of small-town Ohio. Read more at Pitchfork
Jarell S. Harris, aka G-Roi, writes raps about survival, truth, and real life. The native New Yorker’s music is personal, and his writing process is like therapy.
“The first step in how I write a song,” says Brooklyn’s Vinnies PM, otherwise known as Denzel Devon Huggins, is “not writing at all.” Instead, he seeks inspiration from other forms of art. Huggins says he got into making music with help from his family, who convinced him he had a talent he needed to put to use. Read more at Pitchfork
Egg Drop Soup
Feminist punks Egg Drop Soup are Samantha Kate Westervelt (bass, lead vocals), Olivia Saperstein (guitar), and Bailey Chapman (drums). Egg Drop Soup hails from Los Angeles, and they make unapologetic music about self-empowerment, equality, and the patriarcy. Read more at Pitchfork