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"Sayonara" 2012 Music Video Contest



Aspiring Artists (Filmmakers and Producers) have an opportunity to win $2,012

[NEW YORK, NY, August 21, 2012] – LVI Music, a subsidiary of Land Varied International today announced the “SAYONARA” 2012 Music Video Contest. The contest invites aspiring artists to upload their original music video for the opportunity to win $2,012. See Contest Rules below.

Phase one winners will be announced the day after the end of the world set for December 21, 2012.

“Since there is a level of fear and hysteria around the end of the world and the Mayan Calendar unseen in modern times, “Sayonara” by Duke Dumas may permeate and penetrate into the crowded music landscape,” said LVI Music Founder Luis Landivar. “The commitment of independent artists have fundamentally changed the way in which the industry works and paved the way for producers to access opportunities that would otherwise not exist. We await the creative response from the independent artist community and fully expect to award $2012 to the winner of the ‘Sayonara’ 2012 Music Video Contest if we survive...”

While the “Sayonara” 2012 Music Video contest is open to anyone, “Sayonara” 2012 Music Video entries must adhere to Youtube Community Standards and use the entire song, “Sayonara” by Duke Dumas (LVI Music), with no additional sounds or edits to the song. The deadline for submissions is 12:00 PM ET on December 21, 2012 and the winner will be based upon the total number of views as of March 21, 2013 International Standard Time. Contestants should upload their “Sayonara” 2012 Music Video as soon as possible and submit their registration by email including the link to their music video to “Sayonara” by Duke Dumas available on ITunes, Amazon, and other outlets worldwide.

About Land Varied International and LVI Music Land Varied International is in production on the animated short, Barry The Berry Bear and Abigail Ann and in development with TeleTony (Television Sitcom) and No Fear (Theatrical Motion Picture). Read The New York Times review of Red Hook Black (2011). Visit: for Official Rules. No purchase necessary. LVI Music is in production on Michelangelo’s debut album with the original songs, “Mountainside” and “Whatever Happened”.

Official Rules:
How to enter:
1. Create an AWESOME music video using “Sayonara” by Duke Dumas as the soundtrack. (Follow requirements below!)
2. Post it on YouTube.
3. Tell everyone in the world about your video!
4. Send the link to us at:
5. $$PROFIT$$

Phase 1 August 21, 2012 - December 21, 2012

How to win:

First and foremost make an AMAZINGLY ORIGINAL MUSIC VIDEO! This inherently will get people watching your video.

Share the video on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr (Any and all social platforms). There is no limitation on where you can share your video! GET PEOPLE TO WATCH YOUR VIDEO AND WIN! Ask everyone on your social platforms to share your video!
Every video that has over 1000 views will automatically make it into the second phase of the contest.

YouTube Title must have Sayonara 2012 Music Video Contest in it.
YouTube Description must contain the following: “This video was made for the Sayonara 2012 Music Video Contest. “Sayonara” by Duke Dumas LVI Music. $2012 in CASH up for grabs for music video with the most views!

Phase 2 December 21, 2012 – March 21, 2013

How to win:
We will link to every video with over 1000 views on our YouTube channel. Get as many people as you can to view your video! The video with the most views will get… WAIT FOR IT… $2012 BIG ONES! Yeah… that’s right. REAL MONEY! (via Paypal or Western Union Worldwide).

Announcement Schedule
August 21, 2012 - Phase 1 Begins.
December 21, 2012 - Phase 2 Begins. Videos with over 1000 views are linked to the Sayonara by Duke Dumas YouTube Channel.
March 21, 2013 - $2012 Winner Announced

Statistics must be enabled at all times for your video.
You can submit as many videos as you like.
Video must use “Sayonara” by Duke Dumas.
Videos must be made by you.
Derogatory, Negative, Troll, Parody videos will not be accepted.
Only 1 video will make it to Phase 2 per person.
You must follow YouTube video requirements.
Videos must be submitted within the contest dates.
Phase 2 videos must be available until December 21, 2013.