Beat My Song launches Kickstarter Campaign for Aspiring Songwriters
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, the Project will connect the Aspiring Songwriters from Around the World with Singers & Musicians!
August 24, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Beat My Song has proudly announced the launch of a unique and unprecedented crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for the thriving talent of lyrical writers worldwide. Founded by a Dutch singer Pieter Verhaegh, the project is welcoming aspiring songwriters from around the world to share their talent with the world. This one of a kind musical platform will give rise to many amazing songwriters and will play a major role in making their dreams come true.
Every songwriter or poet has a dream to listen to their song sung by a band or a singer. This project will do just that by inviting writers to send their written song and then, it will challenge singers or bands to sing that song. Moreover, it will cover every genre ranging from Rock music to Hip Hop. Ultimately, the project will inspire many songwriters to formally start their writing career in the music industry and will give them a kick start that they need.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/2146624008/share-your-lyrics-with-the-world and supporters from all around the world can back this project by making pledges that can range from EUR 15 to EUR 5000 or more. Each pledge made to this crowdfunding campaign offers a great reward for the supporters and Beat My Song is welcoming everyone to make generous contributions and donations to the campaign.
Beat My Song is a Dutch music company that is inviting aspiring songwriters from around the world to send their work and have it sung by singers and band. The aim of the project is to give the aspiring songwriters a platform to share their work with the world and introduce them to the world of music industry. The creators of this project are therefore welcoming everyone to generously support this campaign on Kickstarter and help them get this project started on a full scale.