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Supply and Demand Music Video Contest Finalists

January 16, 2012 by

Over the past few months students have been working on their entries for the Supply and Demand Music Video Contest. The entries are all in and some of them are quite creative. The three most viewed entries in the contest already have 20,000 views. I never thought I would see a rap video featuring Anarchy and the Law! Hah!

We have narrowed down the entries to 15 finalists. Here is a sample:

Which one is your personal favorite?

Check out the 15 finalists here http://hackleychair.blogspot.com/ and vote on Facebook.

 

Edward Peter Stringham

Hackley Endowed Professor for the Study of Capitalism and Free Enterprise, Fayetteville State University

{ 3 comments }

Artisan January 17, 2012 at 1:14 pm

In terms of cinematography and everything else, “A Thug Story” is classes above the two other submissions here… great work!

Jesse Forgione January 17, 2012 at 6:42 pm

Agreed.

Skyler Dache January 18, 2012 at 2:46 am

All 3 have good economic knowledge, but the style for the first two doesn’t match the message, in my opinion. I admit, rap as an art form requires less musical/vocal skill, and I’m usually not a fan, but “A Thug Story” hits it out of the park.

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