“Show Me the Money 4” Spends More than 24 Hours with Preliminary Auditions
The much-anticipated hip hop competition show “Show Me the Money 4” has finally finished its preliminary auditions.
According to a broadcast insider, the first rounds of auditions, which started in the morning of May 10, went on until the morning of May 11. Thousands of contestants showed up to the location for their chance at the show, resulting in the longest audition ever held in the history of the Mnet program with the most participants.
For some contestants who arrived at the venue on May 10, some even left for other schedules after receiving their waiting number, and still made it back in time for their audition. Those who had a late waiting number had auditions well into the night, past 2am.
Many of the idol rappers and the known rappers were seen at the sight, including Mino of Winner, P-Type, Black Nut, and Ravi of VIXX.
“Show Me the Money 4” is scheduled for a June premiere.