Fast-track your career with this life changing recording package which is up for grabs to anyone who submits to NextGen.
Get your music listened to by the finest working professionals in the industry and be in with a chance of getting this amazing opportunity to drive forward your career and future.
Music starts here and everyone could be a winner thanks to our friends at Argos who are offering up some amazing VIP packages and all you need to do is enter.
You and a friend get to join the inspiring British singer and songwriter, Rebecca Ferguson with VIP access to her London Show, a signed package to take away with you and a nights stay at the famous K West Hotel.
Get your guitar skills up to scratch with a one to one lesson with singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan at Gibson Showrooms, followed by VIP access to her London Show at The Shepherds Bush Empire.
You’ve got the talent and the drive to become world class, but you just need to make sure the right people are listening to your sound and helping you get where you need to be.
Look no further than the incredible nationwide NextGen Competition where everyone who enters will be heard by some of the biggest names in music! As well as this, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to win some amazing prizes including a life changing recording package and VIP access to top concerts.
It’s time to take your talent from the bedroom to the stage and all you need to do is send in your recording above to start achieving your musical dreams!
"It's so important to encourage and nurture new talent. Who knows - we could find the new Adele or Stormzy. I wish all those who enter the best of luck but more importantly to have fun and enjoy the song writing experience!"
- Andrea Madden, Music Supervisor for Made in Chelsea & NextGen Judge.
“It's a step in the right direction for young people who want to get their music heard by industry professionals.. with the added opportunity to win studio time, I think its a great idea!”
“NextGen is a really exciting concept to be a part of, and is a great way of reaching young people and encouraging them express their musical creativity and ideas.”
“We have to nurture and encourage the creative spark early to allow young people to make music, experiment and develop their art and the NextGen project is going to do exactly that.”
“I'm really hoping music teachers all over the country will use Music Gateway's NextGen to encourage young people with their instruments in school, and beyond.”