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Girls Make Beats, a non-profit organization committed to fostering young women’s empowerment in the realms of music production, DJing, and audio engineering, is delighted to announce its inaugural Annual Fundraising Gala. The event, aptly themed “Hip Hop 50th: Celebrating Women Past, Present, and Future,” is scheduled to grace the iconic Avalon Hollywood this Saturday, November 4th.The Girls Make Beats Fundraising Gala serves as an opportunity to raise essential funds with a profound purpose: to provide 300 scholarships to young girls hailing from underserved communities. These scholarships unlock the door to their musical passions and help break down the formidable barriers existing within the industry. By participating in this event, attendees will experience an unforgettable evening paying tribute to the pioneering women of the past, the trailblazing women of the present, and the future stars while contributing to a cause that nurtures the next generation of female creative forces. Honorees include Missy Elliott, Harvey Mason Jr., Chlöe, and Flyana Boss.
As an iconic trailblazer who has paved the way for countless aspiring artists, Girls Make Beats is proud to announce that they will be honoring the legendary Missy Elliott with the Diamond Impact Award. The Diamond Impact Award pays homage to Missy Elliott’s unparalleled achievements and her immeasurable impact on the music world.
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In recognition of the paramount role that community plays in our mission, Girls Make Beats is privileged to bestow the Champion Ally award upon Mr. Harvey Mason Jr., CEO of the Recording Academy. Harvey Mason Jr. has demonstrated exceptional dedication to fostering an inclusive and supportive music community, which aligns perfectly with Girls Make Beats’ commitment to empowering young girls in the industry.
“I am extremely grateful to the Girls Make Beats organization for honoring me with the Champion Ally award. I am humbled to be a part of a collective effort working to champion women and girls in our industry. Through initiatives like Women in the Mix, we at the Academy will continue to support organizations like Girls Make Beats and amplify women’s voices as they use their talent to shatter any artificial, outdated barriers.” – Harvey Mason Jr., Recording Academy CEO.
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Chlöe has captivated audiences worldwide with her breathtaking vocal range, creative brilliance, and her mesmerizing beats. Her fearless approach to self-expression and her dynamic artistry have made her a symbol of empowerment for individuals of all backgrounds. She will be honored with the PowerHouse Producer Award.
The dynamic rap duo, Flyana Boss have consistently showcased their exceptional abilities in the music industry, leaving an indelible mark with their unique style and powerful lyricism. Their music transcends conventional boundaries, addressing important social issues while delivering compelling beats and rhymes. They will be awarded with the Next Generation Wave Maker Award.
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Tiffany Miranda, the visionary Founder of Girls Make Beats, expresses her enthusiasm by stating, “We are thrilled to unite the vibrant Hip Hop community in celebration of the remarkable achievements of women in music. With less than 3 percent of women currently represented as producers, our mission extends beyond closing the gender gap. It’s about elevating awareness regarding the significance of empowering girls in underserved communities and facilitating their pursuit of dreams.”
Media partners include Billboard and iHeartMedia.“Billboard is thrilled to support Girls Make Beats and the incredible young women honing their skills as producers–we need more of them and are committed to continuing to platform women and girls in music for years to come.” – Dana Droppo, Chief Brand Officer
“On behalf of iHeart, we are ecstatic to utilize our platform to uplift women and girls in music. We could not be more proud to support Girls Make Beats. It is transformative and so needed in this industry.” – Shari Gonzalez, Market President, iHeartMedia Multi-Platform Group
Girls Make Beats cordially invites you to support this noble cause by reserving a table at the Gala. By doing so, your company not only gains exposure to a diverse and influential audience but also underscores its unwavering commitment to empowering girls and fostering gender equality within the music industry. For comprehensive details regarding the Girls Make Beats Fundraising Gala and to secure your table, kindly visit www.girlsmakebeats.org/gala
or reach out to Whitney Taber at email@example.com.
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Girls Make Beats stands as a non-profit organization, passionately dedicated to the empowerment of young girls in the fields of music production and DJing. Through an array of educational workshops, mentorship programs, and valuable scholarships, Girls Make Beats is resolute in its pursuit to bridge the gender divide within the music industry and equip young women with the tools and support required for their resounding success. Together, we can inspire and empower the next generation of musical pioneers!
Girls Make Beats Announces Inaugural Fundraising Gala Celebrating Hip Hop’s 50th Anniversary & Honoring Women Trailblazers Including Missy Elliott, Chlöe & More
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