Do you have the Rap Recording of the Year?
This is one of six genres being subsidized in the 2021 Juno Awards Submissions powered by TD.
What this means is you can submit your music for Rap Recording of the Year, for free, as long as you meet the criteria on time (by November 6, 2020). Note that this is for the 2021 Junos.
Eligible music must be available for all Canadians and for national sale (1) or via a recognized national music streaming provider (2).
Product must be released nationally via brick and mortar stores or third-party online retailers.
Product must be released via a nationally accessible streaming service that has paid subscriptions, full catalogue, or on-demand streaming.
Eligible products must be released during the eligibility period: September 1, 2019 through to November 6, 2020. Albums available for pre-order online no later than November 6, 2020 will also qualify. Pre-ordered online albums (digital or physical copies) will need to be available no later than November 20, 2020. Proof of transaction may be requested.
Eligible musicians must be Canadian citizens. This is defined by CARAS as 50% or more of group members holding Canadian birth certificates, passports or are Canadian Permanent Resident(s) with residency in Canada during the last six months of the eligibility period.
*All dates subject to change.
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