GreatNice music keep up the good work real music makes the world gp around u should start doing shows an networking because your craft is good. How many Videos do u have because it can really help u get out more. Keep it up
YoYou really have talent. Keep up the great work and continue dropping hits! You really have talent. Keep up the great work and continue dropping hits! You really have talent. Keep up the great work and continue dropping hits! You really have talent. Keep up the great work and continue dropping hits! You really have talent. Keep up the great work and continue dropping hits! You really have talent. Keep up the great work and continue dropping hits!
NiceBOOKSCORRESPONDENCECREATIVE WRITINGNEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINESPOETRYQUOTATIONSWRITING LetterPile»Writing»Commercial Writing How to Write Meaningful Paid Song Reviews on Slicethepie Updated on April 15, 2017 chasmac profile imagechasmac moreContact Author Source What Is Slicethepie? For anyone who doesn't know, Slicethepie is a music review site where ordinary members of the public can join up free as a scout (also called reviewer), listen to new songs, and write a short review about the song for a small payment. Each review is just the member's opinion of the song and/or artist. No special musical skill or knowledge is required as the site wants the opinion of the wide general public. In recent years, it has also enabled members to give reviews on fashionable clothes and phone cases, but those are more of a sideline, so this article is only concerned with the music side of Slicethepie and how to write song reviews. As an experienced reviewer on Slicethepie and musician, I wrote this article to advise new scouts on how to write reviews that can be more helpful to the artist, even if they (the reviewers, not the artists) don't have any formal background in music.
DeepFirst of all the beat is hot and the intro is very invitational. The hook is catchy and nice, and the lyrics are pretty good. Overall I see greatness in this song. It has potential to top the charts. Keep it up!
WowThe BEAT is different which I like but the vocals are hard to listen to, off pitch. Even though I don't understand the language I just can't get with the sound doesn't sound good. Practice more
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Paris to the bay area let's workBruh you got real skills enough to be on radio like foreals.we diffently need to work I have a few tracks to can put you herre is my number and email let me know whatchu think (916)621-7791 go-getta da paperboi
NiceGood job with the music man I really like to hear different stuff. And thus here proves you are in the right direction. Keep pushing man you will succeed. Also like to say it sounds like you put in solid work
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Dare to be as good as thisyears and years of great musicians and never before has anything I've heard helped my mood as much as this catalog of greatness, i love the sounds used in the musical and i cant shake the catchy vibes in the melody. I really like the hook and the fadeout ending as its going into the sixth minute that's when you keep anticipating the big finish and it rides on for a smooth 59 more minor seconds that seem like an hour of superb production composing arrangements and crafty skills. thanks for the music.
great jobyour song is good, but I believe you can do better than this if you work on yourself. calm down and focus on your lyrical content, your production is good but you need to work on your vocals. more grace to your elbow.
After listeningThis is a dope track right here fam nice beat and a nice flow to bring it out I always support indie artist they're the ones who always come up with the best material and sound hungrier then the signed artist keep up the good work fam
OkKeep it up bro , this is is real cool and nice vocal so far . Try to give this more promotions to reach the world and let them know you are killing those beats with that banger lyrics . Me and my buddies can't stop listening to this is cool and nice . Keep it up . One luv . If you like to collaborate with me . Kindly hit me up on Facebook page is teedott like and message me . One luv man . Nice songs ever . I rat
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Straight.Song is cool would sound great if you went to a high quality studio cause your singing voice honestly sucks lol. Keep doing what u do though and aim for greater man. Overall I like your style how it changes up throughout the rythm