We receive tons of music submission from various music artists of various genres such as Hip Hop, R&B, Pop and even Gospel on a daily basis. That’s wonderful and we recommend that you continue to submit your music to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. But before you submit us or any media outlet your music, it’s important that you become familiar with the Do’s & Don’ts: Music Submission:
Do’s: Your music submission MUST be submitted via email. If you are not sure of the media outlet’s email address, simply reach out and ask for it or review their site (more than likely contact information for that particular media out is located on the site).
Don’ts: It’s inappropriate to comment on another artist’s posting with your music. That’s not professional at all.
Do’s: When submitting your music, be sure to prepare a brief statement about the song, album, mixtape or EP you’re submitting. Also, provide your bio, your website & social media usernames with your submission.
Don’ts: More than likely if you submit your music saying, “this sh*t fire” or “f*ck with me” (yes, there are people out here that submit music this way), it will definitely be overlooked. Although your music may be filled with profanity, you MUST eliminate all profanity within the content of your email. And please, never submit a blank email with only the link to your music.
Do’s: All music submissions should include the official link(s) to your music rather it’s published on Soundcloud, AudioMack, iTunes or etc. If you’re music must be purchased before one can actually listen to it, it’s important that you at least send that particular media outlet a MP3 version or a code to access the single for FREE.
Do’s: Your music submission should include art work to go along with your posting. It’s important to connect with graphic designers as an artists. Graphic designers have the ability to capture more attention to your single.
Don’ts: If you are inexperience with creating art work, please do not do it yourself. If you think art work is as simple as using an image of yourself or an item and writing the name of your single on top of it, you’re wrong my friend. Especially if the image isn’t very clear.
Do’s: Once your music is published on the media outlet(s) that you submitted it to, it’s polite and shows appreciation when you as an artist actually acknowledge your music publication on that particular media out. We as Media outlet(s) appreciate acknowledgements for our work. You never know, we may post your future music as well without even being notified.
Those are some of the Do’s & Don’ts when it comes to music submission. If you are a music artist that may need assistance with any of the following things mentioned above, be sure to contact us via email@example.com. We offer amazing services that will enhance your music career properly.