Lecrae Hosts Contest for 'Say I Won't' Music Video with Andy Mineo; Grand Prize Goes to Premiere at Nets vs. Heat Game


Lecrae and Reach Records just held a music video contest for his upcoming release of "Say I Won't."

The song, which features fellow emcee Andy Mineo, will be debuting at halftime of the Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat game on December 16.

In order to take part in the contest, a contestant had to make a 15 second video that shows how they are not scared to be different. The video must then be uploaded to either Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #SayIWont. Also, Lecrae, Andy Mineo, and Reach Records needs to be tagged in the post.

The grand prize winner of the contest gets "An all expense paid trip for two to Brooklyn, NY to see the Nets v. Heat game on Tues. Dec. 16th. You and a friend with watch the game and video premiere live with Lecrae and Andy Mineo from the Sony suite. The winner will also receive a Sony Action Cam to record the experience."

Second place gets a $100 gift card to the Reach Records store, and third place, a $50 gift card.

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Lecrae was recently nominated in the Best Rap Performance category for the 2015 Grammy Awards next to big names Drake ("0 to 100/The Catch Up"), Eminem ("Rap God"), Kendrick Lamar ("i"), and Childish Gambino ("3005").

Lecrae's nod comes for his song "All I Need is You," and this nomination is especially huge because it is not for a Christian category. He was able to infiltrate the mainstream to be considered.