Insider’s guide to pushing album sales by ending the lyrics of a single release with a cliffhanger.


One Amazing Songwriting Trick to Increase Your Album's Streaming Number

April 15, 2021   |   0


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One Amazing Songwriting Trick to Increase Your Album's Streaming Number

Insider’s guide to pushing album sales by ending the lyrics of a single release with a cliffhanger.


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Do you want your songs to be heard?

Then I've got great news for you.

Here's what my new podcast episode can help you with:

If you've been having a hard time writing something that's never been said before ...

While trying to be relatable and make it interesting, new, credible and catchy ...

And you're trying to write song lyrics that make people want to listen to more of your songs, ...

Then this new podcast episode - "One Amazing Songwriting Trick to Increase Your Album's Streaming Numbers" - is exactly what you're looking for!

It shows you a successful song example to 

  • understand how using the power of storytelling in songwriting will not only help you get your one song out there 
  • but also make people want to listen to more of your songs 
  • AND helps you figure out how you can write the lyrics for a single release that will help you to promote your album sales / streaming number.

Listen to the new episode and let me know what you think by leaving me a comment in the show notes!

Thank you, Melanie!

 

PS - Seriously, if you want results, this helps you figure out how you can write the lyrics for a song that will make people want to check out what else you got! Take a quick peek at this new podcast episode right now and learn this Amazing Songwriting Trick.

 


Here's what we cover:

[00:01:38] What you’ll learn in this episode

[00:04:08] "Middle of a Memory" by Cole Swindell

[00:07:14] Step 1: Summary - What is the song about?

[00:13:07] Step 2: Observer - Who is the main character of the song?

[00:20:15] Step 3: Narration - Analyzing the storytelling craft.

[00:24:48] Analyzing the scene told in the song.

[00:31:25] The Change

[00:33:53] Writing Techniques

[00:36:35] Step 4: Gist - What is the message of the song?

[00:38:30] Songwriting Tips Summary

[00:40:49] Song Exercise - The Lovers Meet



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