First, there was American Idol, then The Voice, and America's Got Talent. now welcome to wetheplugg.com.
wetheplugg.com, is the first internet based company ever to give back to the world's most talented independent artist artist, in the most affordable way possible. The competition will be held every ninety (90) days, or upon signing up the first one thousand (1,000) registrants.
The winner of each contest will have the opportunity to record a single song with a major mainstream artist.
Voting to choose the winners, begins immediately following the one thousand contestant, or the expiration of day ninety (90) days. Voting process can be found on wetheplugg.com home page. (participants should consult on a daily basis for voting). We are operating on a first come, first serve principle.
All votes will be tallied up, and the winner will be announced on our website within (7) seven business days, at the conclusion of each contest. The victor will then be united with the major mainstream artist, to bring to fruition the recording of the single within 30 business days. This will be based on major recording artist availability, .
The entry fee is (100) one hundred dollars, and is non-refundable. We accept Money Orders, Cashiers cheques, and major Credit Cards only.
Voting and Judging : you can submit your entry by e-mail to
email@example.com. Each entry must be submitted with one single, name of Artist, Artwork (if none, we will use a generic brand), and title of song. All information must be typed written. Each participant will be assigned an ID number, that can be easily accessed by fans in the order that the artist signed up.
Voting will be via instagram. Fans will be required to upload and submit a video that is (15) fifteen seconds or less, indicating for whom they are voting. Only one vote per contest. Fans must use @wetheplugg and one hashtag with wetheplugg, the name of the artist and their assigned ID number, for your votes to be validated by wetheplugg.com. (example of how your votes should look to be validated @wetheplugg #wethepluggjohndoe17) Fans also
can obtain more detailed information on the individual artist, and their respective song by going to wetheplugg.com.
Young Thug got paid handsomely to record just ONE verse with a rap contest winner -- but when it came time to hit the studio he was a ghost, according to a new lawsuit. Online hip-hop merchandiser WeThePlugg.com filed the suit in Georgia ... hitting up Young Thug for $14,500. A rep for the company tells TMZ they handed Young Thug's reps $5,000 last year as a down payment to get him on the track.
The site ran a contest where the winner would get to record a collab with YT. In exchange, the rapper would get another $10k. But WeThePlugg's rep says Young Thug went M.I.A. We're told when they talked to his manager ... they were told he was no longer down for the project.
As for the poor contest winner, we're told that person did get to do a song, but solo ... sans Thug.
WeThePlugg.com is suing to get back its $5k down payment, plus damages.