Beat Masters

After a tough deliberation, judges have named Agent M the 9th Annual Beat Masters Champion and recipient of the $500 prize. Following him, is BrainGotBlaps who receives the $200 second place prize. Congratulations to you both!

206 Zulu would like to thank all the 2020 producers who brought their heat this year- Deli, Burgin Beat, Cypher One, Ready Ron Beats, MAZAA, Phreewil, Dead Poetz Society, Kiew Nikon, NajaesBeats, Gibstock, BoomBox Massacre, LeoxLP, Depth175 and Confidence.

Much gratitude to special guest judges Kurtis Blow, Kash and Sinopsis for your expertise and dedication over the weeks.

Special thanks goes to our sponsors Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and 4Culture.

Visit 9th Annual Beat Masters 2020 Recap for full details and stay tuned to 206Zulu.com for news on upcoming events and programs coming soon, as well as announcements on the milestone 10th Annual Beat Masters in 2021!

206 Zulu does not tolerate bias or discrimination in any form including association, affiliation, technical-preferences, creed, ethnicity, or gender. This is a positive event in the name of good spirited competition and artistic expression.

For questions/Info email beatmastersbeatbattle@gmail.com

Sponsored in part by Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and 4Culture.


OURSTORY
9th Annual Beat Masters 2020 Recap – Agent M
8th Annual Beat Masters 2019 Recap – Deli
7th Annual Beat Masters 2018 Recap – NajaesBeats
6th Annual Beat Masters 2017 Recap – Brainstorm
5th Annual Beat Masters 2016 Recap – Deli
4th Annual Beat Masters 2015 Recap – Jamie Blake
3rd Annual Zulu Jam Producers Edition 2014 Recap – Grimeshine
2nd Annual Zulu Jam Producers Edition 2013 Recap – Key
1st Annual Zulu Jam Producers Edition 2012 Recap – Key