Exposed Vocals was designed to send targeted traffic to our users music videos. In just 10 ... More
Exposed Vocals was designed to send targeted traffic to our users music videos. In just 10 months we have generated a community of over 3,000 registered users worldwide with a library of over 5,000 music videos (all user-generated content) that has received well over 5 million views. Exposed Vocals generated exposure for our users by promoting them to FM Radio stations, Record Industry A7R reps and publication runs depending on their budget. This is a start up company that is less than a year old and is already starting to generate a serious online buzz. Exposed Vocals is like the YouTube of the underground. Users can instantly upload, stream and share thousands of videos for free.
Last updated 6 Aug 2015
Published 15 Sep 2012
TV shows like "The Voice" and "X-Factor" have been a boon for a specific type of artist in recent times. Not only have record companies rushed to sign an awful lot of artists but those same artists have had the opportunity to sell millions of albums and often shoot to the top of the iTunes chart. But, as I said, the types of artists that tend to succeed on those sorts of TV shows are commercial pop artists who aren't too dissimilar to what's out there already. What happens to the artists who are a bit more original yet just as talented. Well, that is where this music app comes in useful. Exposed Vocals is a free music community of over 3000 users with a library of thousands of original music videos that pushes your product to radio stations, music publications and record companies. It's been described as the YouTube of the underground.
Exposed Vocals was designed with the typical unsigned artists in mind. The idea was to expose new music of all genres to a much larger audience - no matter what the style or how 'commercial' it was. one of the problems with the music industry today is the major gap between unsigned artists and record labels. So how do you get an artist's original music to the labels? Surely, any record label worth their salt would want the first opportunity to sign an extremely talented and marketable act, wouldnt they? So Exposed Vocals...