Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Ark Music Factory is having a contest! The winner will receive a song written by owner Patrice Wilson, the same man who wrote "Friday" for Rebecca Black. The winner will also get to record the song in an L.A. studio and make a music video. Entrants had to be between the ages of 10 and 17, and had to submit a YouTube video of themselves singing. The contest submission period was from July 22 to August 5. Over 100 singers entered the contest, and you can see their videos here.
It is now time for members of the Ark Music Factory to vote for their favorite contestant. You can sign up to be a Member of Ark, Here.
The rules of the contest are here. In the first round which ends in a few days, 40 contestants will be chosen to continue. Here are YouTube videos of some Ark Music Factory contestants that we really enjoyed!
Vote for Loren Ann Martin, HERE.
We chose Loren Ann Martin's video for her Original song, "All Figured Out" as This week's Featured Video on our Top 100 and Top 200 Charts. Loren is 14 and lives in Indiana. She has written two original songs; this one and "His Eyes." Loren is a very good singer and she can also act! Enjoy listening to her sing her catchy pop songs and check out these well made videos!
We have a NEW Featured Video every week on our YouTube Top 100 Chart. If you missed any of our Previously Featured Videos, you can still watch them here.
Check out our Top 100 and Top 200 Charts of the Most Subscribed YouTube Channels every week!
More Ark Music Contest videos that we like!
Vote for Laurie-Anne Palin, HERE.
Vote for Katiebelle Akin, HERE.
Vote for Jillian Rae, HERE.
Vote for Natasha Fisher, HERE.
Vote for Tiffany Sanchez, HERE.
Vote for Torrey Mercer, HERE.
Vote for Elizabeth Elias, HERE.
Each of these singers is following their dreams and we wish them all the best in the contest and in their music! We'll give you all an update on the Ark Contest in the coming weeks. Good luck to all the contestants!
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