“There are no brownie points in life” ~ Dylan Taylor
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
Next Century Music and Music Powered Games have partnered to launch a brand new approach to “Unlock The Game Inside The Music” for the Dylan Taylor tune, “What Was I Thinking”, written by Dylan & Jimmy Wallace.
Music Monsters “Unlocks The Game Inside The Music” by using the song lyrics to create synchronized game play to drive the moods and desires of the game’s characters. Dylan’s game website, http://www.MusicMonstersGame.com/DylanTaylor, demonstrates how Music Monsters uses song lyrics to “What Was I Thinking.
The FREE Music Monsters mobile game App is NOW AVAILABLE at iTunes for the iPhone. It will be available via Google Play in a few weeks. “No matter what your taste in music, you’re going to love playing What Was I Thinking in Music Monsters”, says Bobby Wells, CEO of Music Powered Games. “We’re very excited that Dylan chose to be a part of the game. She makes Music Monsters "Swanky Cool.’”
Music Monsters gives music fans a new way to discover music in an ever-expanding music discovery platform. The game includes 50 songs from 28 of today’s most talented indie artists whose combined social reach is over 6 million fans. Anyone downloading the game can complete the game levels for all 50 songs three times for free. More free songs will be added to the game every month. A 99 cent in-app purchase of Dylan Taylor’s game level for What Was I Thinking gives fans unlimited play of this song in the game, unlocks two additional Music Monsters Academy campus locations, lets fans earn two additional grade/degree levels in the Academy, and gives fans game coins to buy more monsters.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Dylan moved to Nashville, Tennessee at an early age and, when not on tour, has been growing up on Nashville stages where she is a regular featured artist at such venues as Gavin DeGraw’s National Underground. Recent press features and performances include WTVF TV Nashville Channel 5’s “Words & Music,” Balcony TV, featured artist on Nashville’s Lightning 100 WRLT, Alternate Root Magazine (July 2012 issue). Audiences are consistently amazed as Dylan’s charismatic voice and mesmerizing performance erupts on stage from such a beautiful and petite young woman. Dylan recently received airplay on over 90 college radio stations across the country and her last single “I Like That” was #1 song on Dayton, Ohio’s WUDR.
When asked about favorite things Dylan commonly says, “I Like It All” which is, coincidentally, the title of another of her fabulous songs and crowd favorites. When asked about the continuing success of her music and growing fan base, Dylan says, “I play for myself and I write what I feel with the hope that I can touch as many lives as possible.” Dylan commonly says, “There are no brownie points in life” which exemplifies her unique recognition that everything springs from hard work and persistence. Hers shines through in her brilliant creativity and talent every time she takes the stage.
About Next Century Music- Entertainment company dedicated to developing and introducing tomorrow's superstars to the world today and sustaining them into the Next Century! Recognizing and identifying naturally talented artist/songwriters for development, Next Century surrounds its artists with a team of industry professionals who are dedicated to the fulfillment of their professional and artistic goals in an efficient, profitable and personally satisfying environment. Through the natural and professional development of its artists' composing skills, Next Century creates valuable and durable publishing assets.
Next Century’s seasoned production team carefully produces master sound recordings working in sensitive partnership with its artists individually. Next Century manages its artists' careers and advances them commensurately on each professional step to world superstar status. Next Century proudly represents Edgy Country & Swanky Cool Artist, Dylan Taylor.
Dylan Taylor - Game App - "What Was I Thinking"
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