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How to Write a Hit Song in 2020

February 13th, 2020 by
Woman singing how to writes a hit song

Songwriting is a magic-like process for many. When famous hit makers are asked how they write songs, most often, they talk about inspiration and other unconscious things. Although every activity has its tricks and ready-made templates. Let’s explore some ideas on how to write a hit song.

Do you have a desire to write a hit at the start of this year? But as a songwriter, do you know exactly – what, how, why, where, etc.? There are many questions, but no answers. We will help you with that. It doesn’t matter if you already have some fans or not. In the digital world, songs become viral very fast.

The most talented songwriters have managed to stay at the top of the music industry for six or seven years. Then they run out of resources for creativity. As a result, they are replaced by new talents. This means you always have a chance to become a leader on a list of local or even world hits.

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  • Songwriter Tip:

    If the foundation of the song is a well-defined structure, the building blocks are the words. Not just any words will do. The words that you use should be ‘associative words’, words that connote specific images and meanings. Before you write the first line of your lyric, hold a brainstorming session to come up with associative words, provocative phrases, etc. all of which lead to the title concept.