(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Real Talk Entertainment is a record label that has released music from some of your favorite artists and right now they are giving every reader this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you to be heard by the masses.

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Here is the deal: Real Talk Entertainment just released Young Buck’s street album “The Rehab” last month, which hit the Billboard like a bullet and ricocheted to the #6 spot on the Billboard Rap Charts.

Now you can be a part of something that could impact you and your career. If you are an aspiring producer, or even a producer with major credits, this is an open opportunity for you to produce the official remix to Young Buck’s newest single from “The Rehab”called “Ya Better Know It”, executive produced by Derrick “Sac” Johnson.

This is a chance to be heard and to quickly build your portfolio and music credit resume. Your winning song will be released by Real Talk Entertainment, the same label that has put out a diverse group of Gold and Platinum artists ranging from Freeway, Bizzy Bone, AZ, Outlawz, Lil Scrappy, Devin the Dude, Pastor Troy, 8Ball & MJG, Sheek Louch, Lil Flip, Case and many more.

To enter, email Jonathan Hay at jonhay@gmail.com and you will be sent the official Young Buck “Ya Better Know It” acapella (with bpm) for you to create this track and showcase your production skills. Be sure to include “Real Talk Entertainment Contest” in the email subject line.

After you complete the song, send it to jonhay@gmail.com. We will listen to every submission that comes in. We will be accepting entries from October 7, 2010 – October 28, 2010 at midnight PST. It’s that simple.

A lot of producers are looking for that one shot and this could very well be it. If you clicked on this page, then you are at the right place at the right time. The winning producer will be handpicked from this open contest. It’s time to get discovered and be heard!

“The Rehab” by Young Buck is in all stores right now!

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