Show Me The Money 6 Expects To Hold Most Auditions Ever Including Auditions In New York City For 1st Time

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Show Me the Money 6 Expects To Hold Most Auditions Ever, Including Auditions In New York City For 1st Time
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Show Me the Money 6 Expects To Hold Most Auditions Ever, Including Auditions In New York City For 1st Time

The upcoming season of Mnets Show Me the Money is drawing more participants than ever before.

For Show Me the Money 5, approximately 9,000 people auditioned to have a chance to compete on the show. Show Me the Money 6, has over 12,000 people interested in auditioning for the show—the largest applicant pool the show has ever had.

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As a result of the huge number of applicants, the first round of auditions in Korea are planned to take place over the course of two days. First round auditions are scheduled to take place on April 29-30 at Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon.

'Show Me The Money 6' Will Have Auditions Both In Korea & US To Get The Best Rappers
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'Show Me The Money 6' Will Have Auditions Both In Korea & US To Get The Best Rappers

"Show Me The Money" is a show about a competition among rappers. This program in Mnet started in 2012 and it has been already five seasons so far. For the sixth season, the show will have an audition in Korea and US to get the best rappers among applicants.

"Show Me The Money" has graduated many good rappers so far. This show is a proof of the rising popularity of hip hop in South Korea. For the new season of the show, there have been many applicants who want to take part in the show. There are about 12,000 applicants and the numbers are still growing, Soompireported.

Cube Entertainment to Hold World-Wide Auditions
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Cube Entertainment to Hold World-Wide Auditions

Cube Entertainment, the company behind BTOB and HyunA, has announced they will be holding worldwide auditions that anyone can enter!

In a very inclusive statement on their website, Cube Entertainment has issued an open call to anyone who has their eyes set on being a part of the Korean entertainment industry, regardless of their age, gender, and nationality.

They made the announcement on their official web page, where they outlined the audition process and the categories for which candidates may apply such as vocalist, rapper, dancer, actor, model, and comedian.

IU To Perform On Music Show For First Time In Almost 4 Years
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IU To Perform On Music Show For First Time In Almost 4 Years

IU will be greeting her fans in a music show for the first time in four years!

According to IUs agency, Fave Entertainment, on April 18, IU will be appearing on the April 23 broadcast of SBSs Inkigayo to perform her comeback stage.

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The last time IU appeared on a music program was back in 2013 with Red Shoes, which was included in her third studio album Modern Times. She did release more albums afterwards, but she did not appear on music shows for those promotions. So, it has been almost four years since she officially recorded a music show broadcast.

YG Entertainment signs two PDs from 'Show Me The Money'
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YG Entertainment signs two PDs from 'Show Me The Money'

YG Entertainment has recruited 2 more PDs, in order to implement their plans to take on more tv productions in the future.

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It's been revealed on April 21 that two PDs from Mnet's 'Show Me The Money', Lee Sang Yoon PD and Choi Hyo Jin PD, have decided to leave Mnet, finding a new home under YG Entertainment instead. The label also signed Park Jun Soo PD of Mnet's 'God of Music' last January.

Stay tuned for additional updates on YGE's tv productions in the future!