For all Editorial Submissions –

To get a post on the site your video has to have A min of  25,000 views and all music formats (mp3 /soundcloud formats) must have a min of 5k plays .

  • All submissions must have the following or it will not be full read or reviewed.
  • Reason for the submission ( Post or In Book Editorial)
  • Full Contact Information
  • All of your social media links ( facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
  • Your Youtube page or link of your submission
  • Your summary of your marketing plan to push what you are submitting

We will not

  • Download any music please only send Sound Cloud Links and Video Links

Note: We have a high number of submissions and we are excited that you are interested in taking your career in entertainment further. Please allow us 48 hours to get back to you with any information we may need. For branding & marketing assistance we have created two simple campaigns that will get artists and brands 2.8 million impressions. For more information click here

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