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Albany band needs votes to perform at Atlanta festival

Unbreakable Bloodline needs your votes to perform at an Atlanta festival. (Source:WALB) Unbreakable Bloodline needs your votes to perform at an Atlanta festival. (Source:WALB)
The band needs votes for their song "Mid Dayz Drift." (Source:WALB) The band needs votes for their song "Mid Dayz Drift." (Source:WALB)
Unbreakable Bloodline says their fans have been very supportive. (Source:WALB) Unbreakable Bloodline says their fans have been very supportive. (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany Hip Hop Band needs your votes for a chance to perform at a music festival in Atlanta.
    

Unbreakable Bloodline is one of several bands chosen to compete for a spot in the Sweetwater 420 Fest along with acts such as Ludacris, Kid Rock, and The Roots.

They need online votes for their song "Mid Dayz Drift" to make it to the final round where judges will pick three up and coming bands.

“One more day,” said Vernon Cruz, Unbreakable Bloodline. “Tomorrow is the last day to vote. We're very grateful, very blessed, our fans and our friends and our family. If you go to our social media they are all in and that's the most exciting part. We wake up and tell everybody to vote and we look and we already see voted already, voted already.”

The festival will be April 22nd through 24th at Centennial Olympic Park.
You can vote for Unbreakable Bloodline by clicking here.

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