UK Publisher looking for Artists and Songwriters to Sign

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Pitching Period: 21 days



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UK Publisher looking for Artists and Songwriters to Sign

We're working with an established UK Music Publisher who is looking for unpublished writers and artists to add to their roster. Our client is loooking for already moderately established Arists/Songwriters in all genres within the current Pop market (Pop/Hip-Hop/Dance/Singer-Songwriter etc.) Further brief details: - Your music must be HIT quality, within the various Pop genres. - Please only submit fully complete songs containing lyrics & topline. (No Demos) - You must be unpublished - Please tell us how long you’ve been working in the industry, and your previous success stories If your pitch is successful, you'll be accepted through to the workspace where you will be able to upload up to 3 examples of your songs. The best of these tracks will be then sent to our client. PLEASE NOTE: - Only pitch if your profile is complete with examples of your work. - The tracks must NOT include uncleared samples. - Details regarding the terms will be discussed/clarified if our client shows interest in your work. - You will be kept up to date with any progress of your pitch.

Music Genre

Dance Pop Hip Hop Acoustic
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