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The first set of auditions for the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall's Season 11, takes place tomorrow at Independence Park in Hendon Circle in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland.
The show's producers are seeking to identify 24 outstanding budding musicians for the song competition, which will be aired on Television Jamaica and RETV and which will be available online. Auditions will be held at select stops across the island.
After tomorrow's event, the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall will continue the talent search in Ocho Rios at Turtle River Park on Saturday, November 25; May Pen, Clarendon, by the Tolan's Total on Saturday, December 2; Portmore, at the Heart Academy on Saturday, December 9; and the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in Kingston on Saturday, December 16.
"The television talent show has brought to the forefront a number of artistes now flourishing in the dancehall space, including Tanto Blacks, Singer Jah, Devin Di Dakta and Clymaxx, to name a few," said Pink Boss, who was a crowd favourite in Season nine on the show.
Having celebrated 10 years of success, Magnum Kings and Queens last season increased the first-place cash prize to $1.5 million. Sponsoring telephone network Digicel also introduced a first runner-up cash prize of $250,000.