Young thug and Kevin Liles have announced, the “Hot” Battle of The Bands Challenge. The digital campaign invites all historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) marching bands to produce a short video to be posted on social media showcasing their school spirit and talent with their best marching band rendition of Young Thug’s “Hot”.
The school that receives the highest engagement on their video will receive a $25,000 donation total to the winning school’s music department/Band Program from Young Thug’s record label Young Stoner Life Records & Kevin Liles and 300 Entertainment.
How To Enter:
- Create a short video including; Young Thug – Hot ft. Gunna (Listen Here)
- Publish that video on social media (TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube)
- #HBCUHotChallenge, #HotBOTBChallenge, #HBCUBattleofTheBands, #EverythingLitty and #Contest
- Engage engage engage
- Deadline: December 1st, 2019
The contest comes fresh off the heels of Young Thug’s performance of “Hot” ft. Gunna and Wheezy on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Said Kevin Liles, Co-Founder and CEO of 300 Entertainment:
“I come from an HBCU, I started out at the school of engineering at Morgan State University and there would be no me without my experience at MSU.
Homecomings and the power of their marching bands have always been at the core of an HBCU’s school spirit. Our commitment from Young Thug and 300 is to support those very creatives who give their all and inspire us to build upon the HBCU communities. On behalf of Young Thug and I will always commit to putting the arts at the front of our philanthropic efforts.”