We're always really passionate about the successes through Music Gateway and this one we particularly wanted to share. Danielle Senior and Notting Hill Music (UK) Limited have worked with K Digital Media to secure a song placement for the song “LOL” for Hong Kong Artists, TWINS. The song (originally called “Dancing On A Cloud”) was chosen for its catchy nature and brilliant demo quality, which allowed it's potential to shine through. Notting Hill Music are also discussing new song placement deals off the back of this!
Danielle Senior is a sought after pop songwriter and vocalist, who started out as an artist signed to AATW/Universal. She has since worked internationally on collaborations and has been credited by top artists such as Plan B, Wretch32 and Asian superstar Jolin Tsai! She has also scored impressive sync deals as on MTV show “Awkward”. She is one of the many professional songwriters on Music Gateway that we are always excited to catch up with.
John Saunderson, Head of A&R at Notting Hill Music, is especially thrilled with this deal and is looking forward to future deals secured through Music Gateway.
"I'm very pleased with Dani's success on Music Gateway. We're already discussing new song deals through the platform and I'm sure there will be more to come."
You can watch "LOL" below.
At Music Gateway, we are so proud to have helped make song writing deals like this more accessible. It is such a pleasure to see music professionals come together and have such successful experiences. If you have a bunch of hit songs available then visit Music Gateway and check out the song placement projects currently open for pitching. There are many more deals to be made and you could be next.
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Want to secure these song placements projects? Just sign up to Music Gateway and pitch!