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Seeking talented teens

Brockton rapper a vet of song contest

Nyles Houston of Brockton won second place in last year's teen hip-hop songwriting contest sponsored by Essence magazine and Berklee College of Music.
Nyles Houston of Brockton won second place in last year's teen hip-hop songwriting contest sponsored by Essence magazine and Berklee College of Music.
By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / February 8, 2007

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Attention hip-hop fans: Essence magazine and the Berklee College of Music have announced a call for entries to their second annual teen hip-hop songwriting contest. They're looking for MCs ages 15 to 18 who can "deliver clever, innovative lyrics to a dope beat" to submit their original songs for a chance to win tuition-free classes at Berklee. The deadline to ... (Full article: 483 words)

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