Congratulations to the BPM Create X Trap Nation Boom Remix Contest Winners
Congratulations to ARMARICK, shndō, and TISSO: the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners of the Boom Remix Contest, presented by Trap Nation, Lowly, and BPM Create. The contest invited producers and remixers to submit their best original remix of Henry Fong’s single “Boom” featuring Common Kings and accepted submissions from November 4 through December 13, 2020.
“It was amazing to hear all of the incredible new versions of “Boom” that were submitted. It was so difficult to pick the winners, but I’m thrilled to announce the three winners! Thank you to everyone who submitted their remix to the contest, and especially to the teams at Lowly and BPM Create for helping to make this happen,” said Henry Fong.
Grand prize winner, ARMARICK, has won an official release on Trap Nation’s electronic and indie label, Lowly, as well as a promoted release on Trap Nation’s YouTube, which currently has more than 28 million subscribers. Additionally, he will receive an Akai Pro MPK Mini MK3 Black Edition and MPC Software, a 1-Year Membership to Placeit by Envato, and a 1-Year Premium Plus Membership to BPM Create.
“BPM Supreme and BPM Create have done a great job hosting this remix contest for up-and-coming producers like me! I thank God, BPM Supreme, Lowly, Henry Fong, Common Kings, and Trap Nation for giving me this opportunity. This is just the beginning – let’s go!” ARMARICK said.
The 2nd place runner up, shndō, has won an Akai Pro MPK Mini MK3 White Edition, plus a 1-Year Membership to Placeit by Envato, and a 1-Year Premium Membership to BPM Create. In 3rd place is TISSO, who will receive an Akai Pro MPK Mini MK3, as well as a 1-Year Membership to Placeit by Envato, and a 1-Year Standard Membership to BPM Create.
CEO and founder of BPM Supreme and BPM Create, Angel “AROCK” Castillo, said, “It’s been great working alongside Trap Nation and Lowly to make this remix contest a success! Congratulations to all three winners. We’re looking forward to supporting the official release of ARMARICK’s remix.”
Trap Nation is one of the fastest-growing YouTube channels with more than 28 million subscribers as of 2020. Its independent record label, Lowly, was launched in 2016 and focuses on releasing indie and electronic tracks, as well as breaking new, creative, and underground artists.
CEO of Trap Nation Andre Benz said previously, “At Lowly, we have been looking for a credible source to service our extensive catalogue to the DJ community and we believe we’ve found that with BPM Supreme. The DJ community has great influence on music trends and it’s important that they’re aware of the catalogue we have.”