Submit Your Music For The "Heat Seekers" Contest: Week Five Artist Spotlights
The fifth week of our "Heat Seekers" contest has arrived, and we've got new artists who are looking to win the grand prize which includes a studio session with one of the game's best producers at the HNHH studio. Dedicated to highlighting talented TuneCore artists, each contributor will have a shot at landing a spot on our ever-growing playlist, in addition to being eligible for the exclusive studio session.
You could be the next featured artist, as the "Heat Seekers" contest will be running until June 7th. All you have to do is sign up here and distribute your upcoming release through TuneCore, be it a single, EP, album, or mixtape.
The entire studio experience will also be filmed and shared on our home page in June - so submit your music now!
Today we'll be highlighting three TuneCore artists - Thiiirdwave, Devvon Terrell, and Young Drummer Boy - as we kick off Week 5 of the contest.
Many independent artists wonder how to get their music on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and other stores. The reality is, you don’t have to be signed to a major label – all you need is a digital distributor. We recommend using industry leader TuneCore if you’re looking for a trustworthy and transparent service. For an affordable fee, TuneCore will host your album or single on all the major stores and streaming platforms. You get to keep all your rights and 100% of the sales revenue.
THIIIRDWAVE is a Long Island based rapper/song writer/creator, who tends to blur the lines between genres and pulls influences from his favorite artists/producers/writers before him, creating a new and fresh sound.
His album “Uncharted Waters” was released in the summer of 2018 and he’s been traveling and playing shows since the release. THIIIRDWAVE has plenty of moves planned for summer 2019 as well, so definitely tune in to what’s to come.
Brooklyn-native Devvon Terrell is an R&B artist who garnered attention after the success of his debut album, "Weird Sexy Cool," released on iTunes in August 2015.
His self-titled Youtube channel boasts more than 882,000 subscribers and some of his most popular R&B covers include Fetty Wap's "679," Rihanna's "Work," and Drake & Future's "Jumpman."
Young Drummer Boy
Young Drummer Boy, born Rigoberto Diaz, is an American rapper and record producer from Pomona, California. He released multiple albums in 2017, including "High Forever" and “Barjud Ave," which resulted in a video for “Talk About Me” that has accumulated more than 2.6 million views on YouTube and over 519,000 streams on Spotify.
Drummer Boy most recently produced his fourth full length project titled “High Forever 2”, the sequel of his High Forever album.