Music Industry News Network [11-27-2017]
Make Your Music In Japan Heard – Looking For Songs For A Commercial Background Service
Los Angeles, CA – JSC International Entertainment announces that they are looking for songs that can be played in Japanese commercial outlets, such as restaurants, cafes, and retail stores in Japan. Any types of music, both instrumental and vocal, and in any language are accepted. Yet, particularly they would like to collect Bossa Nova and Latin music as well as songs of Japanese sounds due to high demand for the upcoming licensing opportunity. These types of music are suitable for background music and can be used in many different situations and for various purposes.
“Japanese listeners like Bossa Nova and Brazilian music, so this can be a great opportunity for those who compose and play these types of music. It can also be a good chance for those who compose Asian music. We would like to make a focus on these songs in our catalogs and also include jazz, blues, and soul music there.”, says the owner of JSC International Entertainment.
The agreement terms and conditions will be determined after a certain amount of songs is submitted. The agreements will not be exclusive and can be terminated at any time.
To submit the songs, please fill out the following form : goo.gl/GTwKSD
About the company:
JSC International Entertainment has been working with music promotion, web media management, and licensing services for artists all over the world. They strive to contribute to international cultural exchange and development of artists and music.
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