4 Golden Rules to Win the Next Song Writing Contest
1. Don’t be too forward to take the Microphone
2. Never get too excited, or too cold
3. Know your music
4. Answer what they asked you.
You’ve rehearse the whole music and already burning to get on that
stage set it ablaze, make the audience scream. It’s ok, but hear this
tip. Don’t ever, I repeat ever be too forward to take the microphone
unless you’re told to do so. Wait, let the judge call you upon to mount
the mic for your name.
Excitement is good but too much
of it can be dangerous. I could remember “ ” nearly loose her
reputation at Grammy award after being nominated for the award. Of
course fans were embarrassed. What you need is very simple, only remain
calm, and warm.
There is something you should never do,
but before that you will soon discover how you’ll answer correctly what
the judges need from you. The point here is that you should know every
INS – and – out of your music. Clear off every ambiguity and keep a
Now that you’ve gone this far, you’ve
render your piece of music and got the crowd aware. The idea by the
judges is to test your psychological reasoning. Don’t fool it. They are
experts and perhaps have undergone the stage you are right now. They
already have idea of what might make you fail in the future contents.
Let me keep it very simple. Answer what they asked you. And only
try to express yourself, rather than trying to impress. Remember the
K.I.S.S (Keep It Simple Stupid).
The suggested rules
have time be the core assessing contestants. They are very basic and
expected of every successful singer or songwriter to have him or her