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The Cyphr App presents the 'JAHFROBEATS' contest, uniting Jamaican and African artists

Cyphr app aims to unite Jamaican and African artists in a celebration of their rich musical heritage. top producers Chimney Records and Troublemekka have submitted their riddims already


left to Tright: Tetsuhiro Higuchi, Dylan Brennan, Devaughn Holliday, Cyphr App co-founders


Cyphr app has just announced the launch of their JAHFROBEATS contest, which aims to unite Jamaican and African artists in a celebration of their rich musical heritage. This initiative brings together artists from diverse backgrounds to create something truly unique. Notably, the contest has received support from top producers Chimney Records and Troublemekka, who have submitted their riddims, adding even more excitement to the mix.


"We are thrilled to launch the JAHFROBEATS contest on the Cyphr app. This initiative represents our commitment to fostering collaboration and cultural exchange within the global music community. We can't wait to see the incredible music that emerges from the creative partnerships between Jamaican and African artists”, Cyphr’s CEO Dylan Brennan expressed his enthusiasm.


By leveraging the power of the Cyphr app, musicians can seamlessly collaborate, record, and produce songs directly on their mobile devices, making the creative process more accessible and engaging than ever before. Participating in the JAHFROBEATS contest is as simple as downloading the Cyphr app, available for free from the Apple App Store, and starting a collaborative project. African producers are challenged to collaborate with Jamaican artists, while Jamaican producers are encouraged to team up with African artists. Together, they can explore the fusion of styles, rhythms, and melodies, resulting in an extraordinary musical experience.


Jordan from Chimney Records, submitted his riddim to to contest (Rickayla Mcneil)


To participate in the JAHFROBEATS contest, artists simply need to download the Cyphr app, available for free from the Apple App Store, and begin collaborating on a song. For African producers, the challenge is to collaborate with a Jamaican artist, while Jamaican producers are encouraged to team up with an African artist. Together, they can explore the fusion of styles, rhythms, and melodies, resulting in an extraordinary musical experience.


The prizes for the JAHFROBEATS contest include: 1st Prize: $2,500 USD (Split between the producer and artist, $1,250 each), 2nd Prize: $1,000 USD (Split between the producer and artist, $500 each), 3rd Prize: $500 USD (Split between the producer and artist, $250 each).


Cyphr is a groundbreaking music collaboration app that allows artists to connect, collaborate, and record songs directly on their mobile devices. With its user-friendly interface and powerful features, Cyphr revolutionizes the way musicians create and share music, breaking down barriers and fostering creativity across borders. To learn more about the JAHFROBEATS contest and participate, please visit the Cyphr app’s social channels @cyphrmusic.


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