- Life On Spiritual Thoughts #ISFJ Co-Star & Pattern: @seddymac $SeddyMac email@example.com
- Tennessee, USA
Dig the track and some of the lyrics grab me. Love any reference to Barry Sanders. Your flow is really interesting. It's got a laid back delivery at times like Drake, but attacks some times like Ice Cube. Then I'm feelin' Eminem at times??? Crazy, right? Then sing-song-y, holding out notes RnB style. I guess if you're using this song to show and prove yourself, it's got all sorts of skills wrapped up in one song. If I had any feedback or advice...and I just wrote this on another song in a completely different genre...it's about listeners' attention spans. I like this song. But now that it's over...I have the melody in my head, but I wasn't punched in the face with a particular lyric or hook. This song I'll play for some friends and we'll nod our heads and say "this is good!" But that's different than a million people spreading it around, shouting about it on the subways, and stuff like that. And I'm not talking about trying to write "Old Town Road" or some shit. :) But keep going so that Seddymac's sound in undeniable and unmistakable. Lots of talent, even just in this one song, that you're working with. Nice job!
Tough record to evaluate because success in this genre is more about marketing than the actual song. With that being said the record can definitely fit with what is HOT right now. Send the Artist's EPK to firstname.lastname@example.org as I would like to see the business side of the project which unfortunately accounts for 85% of the success of music!
Seddymack! Song is pretty dope. The overall dark vibe makes me think this would be good soundtrack material. Check around with some online licensing companies that might put it in the Or catalogue to place it in tv or film. The mix could be a bit better and have a few more elements that change around your vocal to keep it interesting. My main criticism is I am not that into the singing parts. The rap parts are so dope but the singing parts make me forget how good the rap verses are. Either find a creative way to edit/mix the singing parts or get a guest vocalist to sing what you wrote. Thanks for asking my opinion an feel free to ask me any kore questions or send more songs. Thanks and hope you are well!!! S. Illa. Also, check submithub.com to get music into playlists and blogs!!!!
SeddyMac speaks about the exhaustion of constantly performing as an artist while hitting a wall which he has difficulty getting over. The track starts off quite strong and builds up some energy but sadly that gets lost due to the muddy mixing of the vocals and the singing parts. Show And Prove is probably inspired by the pain that is caused by suppressed emotions. The song progresses to a raw emotional journey and the rapper shows the aspects of dealing with his personal struggles by expressing anger through indirect actions. Great rhythm with complex elements of speech and poetry. Thanks for sharing!
Hey, thanks for reaching out! I'm feeling the song and have added it to Hype Off Life's "New Sh!t" playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2B23Jin2quxOyfj8J3deLx?si=d2cJNYrORsq05olrJt9X1w
Really loved the beat and the bassline. Well produced, great rhythm and the vocals are interesting and fun. Enjoyed the lyrics, hook and rhyme scheme. Overall an enjoyable track with nice balance and flow, ideal length and production quality. The only critique I have is of the cover art. Does not make sense right off the bat, takes a second of looking at it. Enjoyed the track and would definitely like to hear more, which is the goal of any track. Nice work.
Overall, the track is nice. The content is good, you have a great vocal, nice mix. The only thing I can think of that I would change (from a consumer's perspective) is the introduction and the contrast between your verse and hook. Introduction: While I like the intro, I think it may be too long, especially if the song is being placed in the hands or reaching first-time listeners who may not be familiar with you or your brand. Why Contrast?: In terms of your verse and your hook sections, they sound good however when reading the title and your backstory I think a little bit more emotion would do this track more justice especially in one of the hook sections. Make me feel what you're saying, make me believe it. You want to put the listeners in your shoe and feel that hardship/frustration. This isn't to say what you have doesn't work because it definitely does I just think that those little tweaks would take this song to the next level. I would definitely love to hear more from you. Keep up the good work.
Solid production and catchy, enjoyable song with a good mix of singing / rapping. I. would suggest by including a bio about you as an artist and why people should pay attention to you, not why you feel you're not getting the credit you deserve. It's a grind out there and the music biz is tough so present yourself with confidence not as someone who feels they're not getting a fair chance as that won't appeal to any blogs, playlist curators, labels, etc. If you do want more exposure in those outlets you should consider working with a publicist, marketing firm and/or label / distributor for your next singles as they can help you get placed around the web and streaming services but you need "drivers" as to why people should pay attention like what other big artists have you opened for, any accolades you've received, names of notable producers or artists you've collaborated with, tours you've done, social media #'s, etc. In hip-hop especially, these things matter a lot so make sure your social game is established and you're sending out a clear, cohesive message to fans with your own aesthetic if you want to get noticed. Music videos are also especially important in hip-hop so def make sure you're creating visual content. Regrading this submission, this is your elevator pitch in front of the right people so you want to provide as much info as possible in a clear and concise manner and make it easy for anyone to hear more if they'd like and follow you on social media via links, not having to google your name. Also, be sure to use all of the available and FREE artist tools across the DSPs like Spotify for Artists, Apple Music for Artists, Amazon Music for Artists and Bandcamp's artist platform as these will provide great insight into your fanbase, how your music is performing and allow you to optimize your profiles and pitch for inclusion on playlists in certain instances.. Also, being on Tik Tok is an obvious platform that is worth looking at along with Triller as so much music is blowing up there now too. Best of luck!
Hey Sedrick, Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for submitting your work. I dig the bounce and flair in both the mic work and the track's production. We're familiar with Tim's work at DJBooth and his guest assist here is impressive... so impressive that he borderline steals your thunder. Overall, though, this was a solid listen. Not something I'd necessarily play again, but enjoyable until the end. We will consider for feature on DJBooth.