is About to Launch the First "Worldwide Superstar Contest" and Giveaway $10,000 Cash

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If you're an unsigned artist, upload a video of your performance, enter it into the contest and give it a shot.

$10,000 cash giveaway starts soon.

Recordweasel Inc., owner of the social media and entertainment based website, is about to launch their first "Worldwide Superstar Contest". is searching the world over for the next big star and giving away $10,000 in cash. The idea is to close the gap that exists when it comes to up-and-coming artists getting noticed online. Until now, artists would load their songs on YouTube or one of the other video related websites and become lost in the sea of millions of videos completely unrelated to music. Finding something you like on there is like looking for a needle in a haystack. And, if an artist does manage to get lucky and have a video go viral, there's really no financial gain for them.

Recordweasel claims that record companies for years have been trying to pigeon hole artists into what they think they should be, not what the artist wants to be. Their stance is that music is an art form and the listener should be the judge as to whether they like that art form or not. is designed to promote all musical artists of all genres and to let the public decide what and who they want to listen to.

On artists load their videos and then the most popular video is chosen by the public. After a 14 day voting period, the artist with the most votes wins the cash. It all comes down to popularity on a worldwide scale. Therefore, winners will possess some unique appeal and for this they deserve to be rewarded.

Recordweasel says they will be running a number of contests per year and as the site grows in popularity, the prize money will increase.

Their goal is to become the place on the Internet where artists of all musical genres will come to promote themselves and their music and the place on the Internet where music producers, record companies, talent scouts etc., will come to discover the world's future stars.

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