By Phetsile Mamba | 2020-06-30
KINGDOM XLR music compilation submission deadline is on July 31.
This was confirmed by Kingdom XLR’s Psycho Lution also known as Tha Lution, yesterday.
The artist stated that for a long time they have been creating quality music that deserves to break the borders of the kingdom, to Africa and the world at large.
“This platform is designed to assist artists in getting their music out to a uniquely refined market.
It also assists deejays and radio stations in the country to discover and source new talent for their set lists and playlists.
“This platform further assists Emaswati that are in the diaspora to reconnect to the fresh sounds of home. Kingdom XLR Music Compilation further serves as a platform for best music makers and instrumentalists to network with their preferred artist for their sound while it assist musicians to discover new beat makers and instrumentalists in the Kingdom of Eswatini,” said Tha Lution. Furthermore, Lution has urged artists to submit their music (maximum three songs) for the Kingdom XLR Music Compilation.
“Send an email having attached your bio/profile and your track(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through this process you stand a chance to have your song(s) play listed on this cool platform that will publish and distribute your submitted music content when the Kingdom XLR Music Compilation is released every month.
Our submission window opens and closes every month for different episodes,” he stated. For starters, Kingdom XLR Music Compilation is a ground breaking, vibrant youth music platform that compiles songs submitted by numerous skilled artists from the Kingdom of Eswatini.
These songs (all genres) will be screened, compiled, back announced by a professional radio host (in post-production) then packaged and distributed digitally on multiple digital music platforms on a monthly bases.
Creating a platform of this nature, according to Tha Lution, was inspired by observing the wide range of extremely talented musicians the kingdom has. “We decided to establish a vast hub for our music in the country.
This platform operates as a one-stop source for all music lovers in Eswatini.
“Kingdom XLR was established after observing that as Swati musicians, we owe it to ourselves, our audience and future generations to come together in unity through music and serve the best product to ever come out of Eswatini to the world. “A significant step for us to take as the music fraternity towards that promising direction is the Kingdom XLR Music Compilation,” he added.
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