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Don Canon, Lil Durk, Big Boi & the Dungeon Family Celebrate “Craft Syndicate by Dutchmasters” Producer Koji The Bandit at Stankonia Studios

DutchMasters Models pose with winners Kofi the Bandit, Sarah with Craft Syndicate and Lil Durk Photo Credit Jonell Media PR

DutchMasters Models pose with winners Kofi the Bandit, Sarah with Craft Syndicate and Lil Durk Photo Credit Jonell Media PR

It was a great night at Stankonia Studios, Yung Joc hosted a celebratory night for Producer Koji the Bandit who won the Don Cannon & Craft Syndicate contest. With the help of judges like Kwan Prather aka KP the Great; after reviewing several hundreds of songs Koji the Bandit remained in the top category hands down!

The winner Kofi the Bandit got to collaborate with veteran producer Don Cannon on a single for popular artist lil Durk and the three of them got together to producer a banger!!!

R & B indie recording artist Marquo with Jonell PR & Kwan Prather - Photo Credit Johnnie Christopher

R & B indie recording artist Marquo with Jonell PR & Kwan Prather – Photo Credit Johnnie Christopher

So many Atlanta movers and shakers came out to support. I even spotted Houston R & B artist “Marquo” aka @Marquopolo on IG in the building! Munson Steed Publisher of Rollingout.com spearhead the Public Relations on the project along with Terrance Pratt to make this a successful event and engaging competition. According to the Press Release by Enchanted PR:

The hip-hop elite, celebrities, and top influencers recently joined Don Cannon and Craft Syndicate by Dutch Masters to celebrate the culmination of his project with who he calls a stand-out music producer with a unique captivating sound. Craft Syndicate is a social platform for creatives to engage and learn; the key driving force being a mentor ship program. Dutch Masters identifies today’s masters in music, film, fashion and art, pairs them with an aspiring creative, and funds an collaboration.

On Monday, July 24th the legendary Stankonia Studios, birthplace for Organized Noize, the Dungeon Family, Outkast and Ceelo Greene was the perfect backdrop for Craft Syndicate by Dutch Masters. Hosted by Love and Hip Hop star Yung Joc, the event highlighted performances by Lil Nuke, Spotlight, Ra Ra, Joe Gifted, Big Bank Black, Pee Wee the Long-Way, and Money Man before welcoming award-winning producer Don Cannon to the stage to introduce Koji the Bandit who was awarded the opportunity to be mentored by Don Cannon. Craft Syndicate by Dutch Masters judges DJ Mars, KP Prather, and OG Parker were unanimously impressed with Koji the Bandit citing his unique use of samples and instrumentation as progressively refreshing. The highlight of the evening was the performance of the Koji the Bandit and Don Cannon collaborative track titled, “No Fear” featuring trap artist Lil Durk. Guests enjoyed vegan cuisine sponsored by Da Vegan Guru and hospitality provided by the Dutch Master models.

“I was immediately excited about working with Craft Syndicate. It’s about mentoring the younger generation and leaving a legacy. This is exactly the type of work I want to be doing,” Don Cannon shared with a packed house before introducing Koji the Bandit.

“When I saw Craft Syndicate post on Cannon’s page I immediately sent over some tracks. I’d always wanted to work with Don Cannon and then when I learned Lil Durk was going to be the featured artist, I was tripping. I’m beyond thankful to Craft Syndicate for creating this platform; it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity.”

“I wasn’t sure what to expect from the collaboration but after I heard it, it was hot. I immediately wrote my verses, recorded it and sent it back to Cannon,” Lil Durk explained.

“Thank you to all of the artists, producers, DJs and Dutch Masters fans who came out to show their support for Craft Syndicate and Koji The Bandit,” said Sarah Krysalka, the marketing director for Dutch Masters. “I am grateful to have partners like Don Cannon, KP, DJ Mars and OG Parker who share the same vision as Dutch Masters, to share your craft and invest yourself in the masters of tomorrow. And a big thank you to Big Boi for welcoming us at Stankonia Studios, to Organized Noize and Big Gipp for their support, to Yung Joc who kept the energy going all night, to Lil Durk who killed the debut of ‘No Fear’ and to Big X, Funky and the rest of the Coalition DJs, Zoom Marketing Partners, Steed Media and Atmosphere Proximity who made the night happen.”

ATTENDEES: Big Boi (Outkast), Big Gipp (Goodie Mobb), Cory Mo, Organized Noize, actors Jamal “Gravy” Woodard and Stephon Washington (All Eyez on Me), Jason Reddick (Associate Director, ASCAP)
LOCATION: Stankonia Studios, Atlanta, GA

Link to Free Images – photo credit Steed Media
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What a beautiful night and a win for Hip Hop music.

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