The National Collegiate Musical Competition hosted its showcase event at Rutgers University in Newark, NJ on April 18, 2014. The launch event was a huge success with a huge crowd full of students from the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. The competition's judging panel consisted of celebrity Guest Stars such as Joe Budden, Arsenal, Mike Zombie, and Rah Digga. Missed the show? Check out our pictures! Interested in performing? Apply now!

Philadelphia showcase launch event

Project Anti-Bully is proud to stand with Jungle State. PAB wants to encourage young musicians to be empowered to chase their dreams and to never give up. Music is a powerful universal language. With PAB's extensive network and Jungle State's initiatives, we were able to create a national lyrical competition to allow students all throughout the USA to be promoted. The National Collegiate Musical Compeitition will be hosted in 9 different venues and will include more than 14 universities. College students are encouraged to apply to compete in the competitions that will be held in a venue close to them. PAB and Jungle State have been able to include many different celebrity guest judges to appear at the events and judge the young artists. The winners of the lyrical competitions will win prizes and have their music featured on Project Anti-Bully's social media platforms.

National Collegiate Musical Competition                                                                    #Junglestate

In 2014, Project Anti-Bully partnered up and sponsored with Jungle State to form the First National Collegiate Musical Competition to appear in the United States of America. Jungle State was founded in 2011 by two friends Tye and DJ with the intention of becoming a substantial showcasing network platform for young artists. The partnership began its success by hosting musical competitions, campaigns, and contests in colleges around the USA to help support starting musicians find their voice. Jungle State had transformed music into a sporting like event, by allowing rising musicians around the world to display their talents by competing. Project Anti-Bully and Jungle State formed a cross-promotional partnership in 2013.