Local talent will be on display Friday night at the Council of Organizations, on 45th Avenue at 8th Street.
Winners of a talent contest, Dan B. and All Star Click, will open up for The Syndicate in concert.
Tickets are $20 at the door. The show starts at 8 p.m.
For the talent winners, this is a dream come true.
Newscenter 11 asked each of them what they're looking forward to and any advice they would give other artists.
"I'm actually looking to keep growing," said talent search winner Dan B. "There's never a day to stop growing. There's always room for improvement, you know, so just put in what you get in, and every day's just a different challenge. So never give up on what your dream is."
"Reaching my goals, everything I aimed for. Every day just working hard and thank the Lord every day and just keep moving forward," said Lil Sho of All Star Click.
"It means a lot, you know, moving forward, reaching our goals, just trying to get it working together as a team. That's why we came up with the group 'All Star Click' because you can't do anything by yourself. You have to come together," said group member A. Beezy.
"Yeah, I'm very excited about that, very excited about that," said T. Wizzy of All Star Click. "It's just my dream and it seems like it's coming true but we have to have the faith."
"Pursue your dreams. Diligence is the key," said Boss B. of All Star Click. "Just keep going with persistence; that's it. When somebody tells you you can't do it, just follow you. You know, don't worry about anybody else, just do you."
The next talent search may have an even bigger prize.
"I'm working on a situation where I can bring the actual staff of Big Cats Records, as far as their president, their main handlers, their road managers and everything like that," said Ghetto Saint, CEO of Greedy Gutz Productions. "We're trying to bring them back to Meridian real soon to do a deal to where they come out and the winner of another talent search will get an actual single deal."