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Making music that goes viral isn’t easy.Some people have been trying to make music for years with no success.
There’s no guarantee that the music you make will go viral, but using the following tips can help. Take a look!
Think Of A Catchy Hook
A catchy hook is the fastest way to make music go viral. Sometimes, your music doesn’t need to say much at all. It could be mostly instrumental music, but as long as you have a catchy hook, you stand a chance of making it go viral. You can do this by jumping on trends that appear in the mainstream media, searching Twitter, and things like that. Make a note of what everybody seems to be saying these days and see if that helps you to think of anything.
Make Music About Things People Can Relate To
Making music people can relate to is a really good idea too. Of course everybody thinks they’re making music people can relate to, but whether you are or not is another story. The thing with music is, it doesn’t even need to make sense. You can pretty put any combination of words together, but as long as it sounds good it could work. That being said, music that contains a bit of humor or tells a bit of a story is usually popular with listeners.
Remix Old Songs
There are so many underrated old songs that just don’t get the attention they deserve. Why not make remixes of your favorite old songs to get them out there again? You could take samples from them or mix them up any way you like. If you’re not sure how to get started, sites like www.buzzharmony.com can help.
Make Music With Clips From The News/Current Affairs
Another popular way to go is to make music with clips from the news and other current affairs. Celebrities are always having dramas, so why not use funny things they say or popular catchphrases to make your music? It might be a bit of a novelty, but it could very well go viral!
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