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Kin4Life wins “Best Hip Hop or Rap Song” at this years Out Music award show

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This year was an amazing year for patrons who attended the Out Music Award show in Las Vegas Nevada. The event looked FAB and our friends from Kin4Life won the award for the “Best Hip Hop or Rap Song“. Congrats to both of these ladies for taking home such an amazing award, Enjoy the full list if winners from this years award show and share with your friends!

Winners of the 2012 Out Music Awards :

Best Alternative Song: ”Let Go” by Love Darling

Best Rock Song: “Come Along” by Vicci Martinez and Cee Lo Green

Best Pop Song: “The Only Thing” by Todd Alsup

Best Hip-Hop or Rap Song: “It’s Over Now” by KIN4Life

Best R&B or Soul Song: ”Live Your Life” by Nhojj and “I’m Done” by B Slade and Yummy Bingham

Best Dance or Electronica Song: “Loves Got a Hold on Me” by Frenchie Davis

Best Folk or Country Song: “Everywhere is Home” by Antigone Rising

Best Soundtrack or Instrumental Song: “Gabby’s Song” – a tribute to Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords by Mark Barnes

Single of the Year: ”Change Begins with Me” by Matt Zarley

Music Video of the Year: “Slings and Arrows” by Jeffery Straker

Album of the Year: “Change Begins with Me” by Matt Zarley

Best Jazz or Cabaret Song: “Maoz Tsur (Rock of Ages)” by Avi Wisnia

Best Spiritual or Inspirational Song: “I Am changing” by Jason Walker

Best Spoken Word Recording: “Loose Woman” by Red Summer

Best International Song: “Love Over Fear” by Virago

Biello-Martin Love Song: “What a Beautiful Day” by Brett Every

Best Producer of the Year: Michael V. Doane for “Little Kid”

Best CD Cover Artwork: Rachael Sage for “Haunted by You”

Sonicbids Humanitarian Songwriter of the Year Award: “Now is the Time” by Frankie Love

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