November 21, 2019
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By Akeem Ivory
Staff Writer

Dominguez Hills is full of talented students. Bianca Ramirez, senior and public relations major, is using her media skills to work an event that will act as a platform for these talents to be displayed. Presented by Raytroniks comes Platinum Mic Night at Project LA on Oct. 23 at 7 p.m.
“The 2016 Platinum Mic Night L.A. Open Mic Series has been a great experience for me and my career in public relations,” said Ramirez. “I’ve had the opportunity to work with a variety of indie artists, as well as the Iconic Entertainment Norwood family.”
Recently working alongside reality TV star Ray J, Ramirez is currently working as a co-executive event coordinator for the Platinum Mic Night Los Angeles’ Open Mic Series, as well as co-hosting the live event.
Any musically inclined students who are interested in performing at Platinum Mic Night can submit a performance track to
“Since the start of this project I’ve been expanding my campaign management skills and increasing my network,” Ramirez said. “This has been a great learning experience and I hope to continue this journey.”
The Platinum Mic Night is not only an opportunity for students to perform music, but a contest. Performers who make it to the final round could win a 1,000 cash prize, single record deal, professional photo-shoot, vocal production and coaching, three professional interviews with media outlets (of PMNLA’s choice), and much more.



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