The Daily Muse – April 11th, 2020

Lately, as a songwriter, I’ve been told not to write any ballads to pitch anywhere because everyone wants uptempo songs. But like all things, music works in cycles so eventually, we’ll see a return of the ballad. If you’re writing a ballad, what are the chances it could be a hit? Let’s look at some data for inspiration

How To Write An Awesome Ballad – 4 Tips For Songwriters Who Love Ballads


The 25-year-old musician recently spilled on how the superstar songstress changed his songwriting and why he thinks of her when he’s working on new music.

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Writers are advised to “find your own voice,” meaning, express yourself in a way that is authentic and unique to you.

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In songwriting there’s a lot of emphasis on self-expression. That’s understandable, and certainly it’s hard to imagine a good song without the writer(s) expressing themselves in some way.

Don’t Stop At Self-Expression


As a writer I spend a decent chunk of my life trying to duck out of obligations and commitments so I can spend time alone and get shit done. So always looking for the silver lining, I was expecting the lockdown to turn out to be a huge blessing.

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