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Singer/Songwriter Songs Needed

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MODERN SINGER/SONGWRITER SONGS with Male or Female Vocals are needed by a Top-Notch, EXCLUSIVE Music Licensing Company with a very long list of placements in TV, Film, and Commercials.

They’re looking for Songs in All Tempos in the general stylistic ballpark of the following references:

“Happy Anniversary, Stranger” by Matilda Mann

“What They’ll Say About Us” by FINNEAS

“Faith In Tomorrow” by Cobi

“Little Did I Know” by Sofía Valdés

Please send them current-sounding Singer/Songwriter Songs that will keep listeners engaged from start to finish with inviting rhythms, well-crafted melodies, and top-notch choruses. Your production can range from simple, stripped-down performances to more filled-out productions. Whichever approach you decide to take, be sure that your production and performances are high-quality and competitive with the references and other artists like them. Well-performed, honest vocal deliveries coupled with unique, well-written lyrics are essential for this request!

Your lyric themes can vary, but avoiding references to specific names, dates, times, brands, and profanity is commonly a good idea for Film and TV music. Do NOT copy the referenced artists or songs in any way, shape, or form. Use them only as a general guide for tempo, tone, and overall vibe. Broadcast quality is needed.

This company offers an EXCLUSIVE deal. You’ll split all upfront sync fees 50/50. The Publisher will get 100% of the Publisher’s share, and you’ll get 100% of the Writer’s share. You must own or control your Master and Composition rights. Since this is an Exclusive deal, please be sure your material is NOT already signed with any other Libraries or Catalogs. Please submit as many Songs as you’d like, online or per CD. All submissions will be screened and critiqued by TAXI. Submissions must be received no later than 11:59 PM (PDT) on Tuesday, October 13th, 2020.  TAXI # S201013SS

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