Published May 21, 2017 by Slick for SFR Beats
Today we're going to contiune our songwritting series talkingabout bridges. In previous weeks we talked about brainstorming, hooks, and verses. Now, I want to tell you about the bridge. The bridge simply is a space of the song use to expand on your hook. In your hook you have a limited time frame. A limited number of words you want to use to convey your point. But in your bridge you have space to really expand on that. To really describe and nail home your message, your point, and to explain your message so that people really understand how you feel. You want to put all your emotion into it. Usually the bridge is going to be the climax of your song. So you really want to put your all into your bridge. Make it like an extension of your hook so that you can bring it back home to the simple message in the hook and then you close out your song. Next week we'll tell you how you can close out your song. so stay tune, subscribe below share with your frineds and we'll give you more Real Artist Tips and Tricks. stay tune.
August 21, 2017 by Slick
Hey what's going on world this is your boy Slick, So Fo Real Productions, Real Beats For Real Artists. Today I want to talk about t...
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