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Contest: Enter the Blu & Exile Instrumental Challenge

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Have you been waiting for the chance to prove your rapping or singing talents to the world? Are you also a fan of underground hip-hop, more specifically the work of emcee/producer combo Blu & Exile? Consider this your lucky day. 

Along with the news that the instrumentals from their classic sophomore effort, Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them, are now available publicly for your free listening pleasure, we're giving all aspiring rappers and/or singers the chance to see who can make the best song over one of Exile's beats from the album. 

All you have to do:

1. Share the link to the @dirty-science SoundCloud page on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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2. Pick one beat of your choosing from Blu & Exile's Give Me Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them Instrumentals album and turn it into the best damn song you can make. Grab the album here.

3. Send your song to TheDirtyScience@gmail.com via Dropbox or Sendspace by September 15.

What you can win:

The winner will have their song live on The Dirty Science's SoundCloud page indefinitely, in addition to garnering coverage from various esteemed hip-hop blogs (including DJBooth!). Winners will also receive a free gift bag courtesy of Dirty Science Records and Fat Beats. 

Sound easy? Good, now get started. The winner will be announced on September 21.

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