The top Writers those who consistently write or co-write hit singles for superstar artists earn tens of millions of dollars.

Songwriters advance in their career by writing hits for bigger artists and therefore earning higher income. Blume says, “the potential for earnings is almost limitless.

But the cold hard reality is that only the tiniest fraction of a percent of Songwriters ever reach that level.

In fact, the overwhelming majority of Songwriters never earn any significant income from their work, and work “day jobs” to support themselves while they pursue their dream. There are no guarantees of ever earning a penny as a Songwriter but some of those who are exceptionally talented, persistent, and good at promoting themselves do manage to break through.”
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2 of the Greatest Singer Songwriters of the 20th Century.

Bob Dylan - American singer-songwriter, author, and painter who has been an influential figure in popular music and culture for more than five decades
Carole King - American composer and singer-songwriter. She is the most successful female songwriter of the latter half of the 20th century

Build a song structure. A hit song will always come in the form of a coherent song structure. It may be helpful to write out the parts of your song down, and attach musical ideas to them as they come. Here is a list of some common parts in songs:

The intro: An instrumental opening for the song that introduces the tone and rhythm of the song. Certain songs, like the Beatles' "She Loves You" break typical form and open up the song with the melodic chorus.

"Happy," Pharrell
In hindsight, it was so easy. ​The tune may have been originally written for a kids' movie (2013's Despicable Me 2), but the uptempo, pulsating beats quickly got stuck in the heads of everyone who listened -- parent or child.
The chorus: A repeated section, often the most memorable melody in the song. Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" uses two verses before its chorus. The chorus uses repetitive lyrics stating the speaker's summary of the action.
"Bad Romance," Lady Gaga
"Bad Romance" is special because -- like many great songs -- one could make a case for a few different parts of the song technically being the hook. We're sticking with the ultra-catchy chorus here-- between the thumping drum line and can't-get-out-of-your-head "Oh oh ohs" this is one recent tune that deserves to be in the conversation as much as classics from decades ago.

"YMCA," The Village People
Four notes/four syllables are all you need to invoke one of the most popular songs of all time.
"Under Pressure," Queen and David Bowie
This hook even made Vanilla Ice a star! We kid, but in all seriousness, 99 percent of this hook -- along with the repeated "Under Pressure" refrain -- is that dum-dum-dum-di-di-dum-dum beat borrowed by "Ice Ice Baby" 10 years later. There's a reason this beat works across genres and decades.

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Education and Training


Earning of a Songwriter


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Copyrights on your Music

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