Challenges MTV and iTunes with a New Service

Share Article is a place music fans can listen to songs and watch non-stop music videos from singer songwriters covering many different genres of music.

Hosting new original sounds, is a community where listeners will find music according to taste and popularity. It's a new website where talented musical artists can share, vote, listen to songs, and watch music videos all in the name of fun and good music.

Singer songwriters are musicians that can do it all. They can write, compose and sing their own lyrics and melodies for most any music genre. Lovers of music can listen to unique compilations from multiple genres including: general, acoustic, alternative, country, folk, hip hop, jazz, pop and rock; or enjoy creative music videos on a shuffle player featuring non-stop music videos from singer songwriters.

In a world where music can be made by record labels hiring different individuals to create songs, looks to change the way talent is appreciated by reaching out and becoming a community for those who sing and play instruments from their heart expecting no profit. Composing and performing their creations is done out of passion, not for fame or fortune.

Though most artists on the site share their music for free, users have the option to try and get their music on iTunes through the website service while receiving 100% of the royalties and the ability to maintain the rights as well.

No matter how their music is shared, musicians on the site look past the ever growing free music debate and focus solely on talent and their love of music. Their passion is the foundation of

Showing music to family and friends has never been easier with the artist’s voting share option to increase their votes and listeners. Signing up to start submitting songs and music videos is fast, easy and free. Fans and artists can submit, share and vote for music. View and post music links and vote and share. Whether you like country, acoustic, or hip hop - you'll find it.


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