Annie Nightingale's advice for BBC Introducing artists

Tuesday 20 November 2012, 16:53

Tom Young Tom Young Introducing online producer

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In September, our BBC Introducing teams from across the country were asked to submit tracks and artists that they felt were suitable for Annie Nightingale's BBC Radio 1 show. It was a chance to show Annie and her team the vast array of talent that uses the BBC Introducing Uploader and for Annie to pass on her advice and wealth of experience in the industry.

When it started we thought Annie would choose one artist - in the end she picked three; rapper English from London, DJ and Producer Elliot Berger from Kent and Hereford and Worcester's Kamos, who regularly works with rapper Tripbuk.

A couple of weeks ago, the artists visited Annie at BBC Radio 1. Here's what happened:

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The tracks featured in the video are:

Elliot Berger (feat. Fred Clark) - Fate
English - Magic
Kamos & Tripbuk - Leaving Them Dead

What do you make of Annie's advice? Perhaps you have some words of wisdom of your own for our three artists. Let us know in the comments below and feel free to get in touch by Facebook or Twitter if there's a burning question about the music industry you want answered.

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