January 23, 2011 by Post Team
Nicki Minaj, Female rappers throughout the Midwest are sick and tired of Nicki Minaj and the media stating that Nicki is the best female rapper of all time. Local and unsigned female talent from Chicago and the surrounding areas will prove to the music industry that they are not to be taken lightly when they perform at La FemMeCs on Sunday, January 30, 2011 at Valentino’s (7150 W. Grand Ave., Chicago Illinois). La FemMeCs is an all female talent showcase and competition for independent and unsigned hip hopping, r&b, soul, jazz, blues and poetry artists. Sponsored and hosted by US Entertainment, La FemMeCs will feature some of the best up-and-coming female acts throughout the Midwest competing for a cash prize of $250 along with other prizes to help with their music careers. A special performance by Sweet Juices will complete the evening. Not only will La FemMeCs showcase female talent in the Midwest, but it will also help Connections for Abused Women and their Children (www.cawc.org) by donating a portion of the proceeds from the evening. Female artists that are interested in participating in the showcase should contact Floyd at 773-677-4533 or visit http://www.usentertainmentinc.com/lafemmecs, spots are limited.
About US Entertainment: US Entertainment (www.usentertainmentinc.com) is a full service entertainment and management company specializing in independent artist management, marketing and promotion. From music promotion to multi-media music marketing, US Entertainment provides independent artists with a venue to get their name out to the masses and create street and social media buzz. Follow US Entertainment on Twitter @USEnterInc and like US Entertainment on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usentertainmentinc.
About Connections for Abused Women and their Children: Connections for Abused Women and their Children, formerly Chicago Abused Women Coalition, is committed to ending domestic violence. Using self-help, empowerment approach, we provide a shelter for women and children, and counseling, advocacy, and a 24-hour hotline for people affected by domestic violence. We work for social change through education, service collaboration and institutional advocacy.
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