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Beat Auction Atlanta Impacts The Lives of Underprivileged Youth

Beat Auction Atlanta Hosts Its First Annual Event

True Media Independence, who is widely known as TMI, is a brand marketing company that specializes in the creation and expansion of various brands. TMI works to bridge the gap between aspiring entrepreneurs and already established entrepreneurs, creators, and creatives that are popularly known in the industry today.

This upcoming Tuesday, November 13th, TMI will be hosting the first of their annual Beat Auction Atlanta event. People aspiring to be in the industry will have the opportunity to network and facilitate dynamic relationships that will ultimately help them in their field of choice.

The event will be held with the Music Education Group, whose primary goal is to provide the youth with hands-on experience in the media industry.

Beat Auction Atlanta, which is hosted by DJ Holiday and sponsored by ASCAP, AT&T, Konvict Muzik and The Labz, will include popular producers like Zaytoven, Drumma Boy, AnonXmous, Black Metaphor, Kenny Barto (J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League), J White (Bodak Yellow) and J Beatz.

It is to be expected that over 200+ of the industry’s most respected artists, VIPs and executives will be in attendance. There, people will have the opportunity to meet and network with successful entrepreneurs and artists in the industry.

According to Khady Thiam Gueye, CEO of TMI Worldwide and founder of Beat Auction Atlanta, “Our goal is to provide an opportunity to upcoming and established artists, music executives, songwriters and engineers a chance to acquire high quality beats from high demand producers that are not easily accessible, while also giving back to the community.”

All proceeds raised at this event will be given to charity.

For more information, please visit: @beatauctionatlanta on Instagram and email

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