Bebo and Ministry of Sound team up for a remixing competition, tempt thousands of underagers into their clubs
Admit the truth – you used to be a Ministry of Sound fan, if not a Ministry of Sound club-goer. I’m happy to admit to the embarassing truth, many years back when I was a 15-year old anglophile living in Australia, I loved nothing more than scouring their magazines, dreaming of their amazing club nights.
And then I moved to London and discovered they’re shite. Whoops. That hasn’t stopped Bebo from targeting other 15-year olds with the temptations of MoS clubbing and probable-illicit drug usage, as they’ve just signed a big deal with each other allowing kiddywinks on Bebo to upload their own dance mixes.
Using YouSendIt.com, users upload their best efforts, and the winning entry will be broadcast on Ministry of Sound radio, plus get interviewed in front of the
millions tens of people who still listen to their station.
Bebo users will also be able to play all the latest tracks released on MoS through the social-networking site, plus keep their fingers on the MDMA-throbbing pulse of the latest news, promotions and competitions.
Get your copies of Basement Jaxx’s ‘Romeo’ or ‘Poor Leno’ by Röyksopp out of the loft, and start recording those remixes, as the competition starts tomorrow, kids.
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why did yous block bebo from schools. can yous just unbloch it.