From Martin Bauman aka M-Bomb as a Music Blogger.
When I joined The Come Up Show, I didn’t care what role I had on the team; I just knew that I wanted to be involved. I knew it would open doors for me, but never could I have imagined how soon those opportunities would start knocking, or how often. Within the first month of my internship, I had opportunities to interview Iron Solomon and David Banner. From then on, the interview opportunities only continued. In the past 8 months alone, I’ve interviewed over 20 artists, including Brother Ali, Phonte, Skyzoo, Fashawn, Soul Khan, Kayo, SonReal, and many others. I’ve developed relationships with artists and their management, and discovered more hip-hop this past year than I have in the rest of my lifetime. Believe me when I say the opportunities at The Come Up Show are limitless. It’s up to you to see the potential and make the most of it.
Why should you intern with The Come Up Show?
An Internship is the best way to get an inside glimpse of an industry and a particular occupation; it can help you discover if this is the right field for you. It also significantly increases your networking opportunities by connecting you with contacts in the chosen field, in our case, artists, publicists, label contacts, our audience, promoters, etc. By interning with The Come Up Show, you will learn the latest and best ways to perform your role, receive feedback, and contribute to the culture in a meaningful way. Whether you want to blog, take photos, or write concert reviews, you’ll be immersing yourself in Hip-Hop culture and expressing yourself through The Come Up Show. If you love music, especially Hip-Hop, then apply now to turn your passion into something tangible.
Positions we are looking for
Music Writer- Blogger.
Concert and Events Reviewer.
Instructions: Head over to the intern page and apply for the position that you are interested in. If you have any questions please email intern(at)thecomeupshow(dot)com and I’ll be happy to help you. Deadline to Apply: November 12, 2013. Only those qualified will be contacted thanks for your application. Good luck!
As The Come Up Show expands our coverage of Hip-Hop concerts and events, we would like to give ambitious photographers an opportunity to develop their skill and add to their portfolio. As we say in the application, The Come Up Show has photographed the world’s biggest artists from Drake, Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, Method Man, Kid Cudi, Rick Ross, J.Cole, Wale, and countless more. Our photographers get their work seen all around the world, opportunities are created for them, and their portfolio is upgraded because of their work with The Come Up Show.
Hit the jump to take a look at the application and good luck. Deadline to apply is May 21, 2012.