The band is giving one fan the chance to create a music video for the band and earn a check for $5k to cover the costs.
The legendary Body Count has just launched a music video contest that will give one deserving fan the chance to make the band’s next music video for the track, “The Hate Is Real”.
Body Count is currently taking fan-produced submissions through the end of February. Among the perks tied into the contest include a Zoom call with none other than Ice-T himself and a $5000.00 check to cover the costs associated with producing the visual.
Contest details, criteria, and assets are available – HERE
“The Hate Is Real” is the latest offering from the band’s 2020 LP, Carnivore. Produced by Wil Putney, the collection of singles from the critically praised effort has fruited the tracks, “Another Level (feat. Jamey Jasta)”, “When I’m Gone (feat. Amy Lee)”, the Grammy-nominated track “Bum-Rush“, and the now timeless collaboration with departed Power Trip frontman Riley Gale, with the banger, “Point The Finger“.