The biggest music producers and studios have recognized our ghost writers for song lyrics that have touched people’s hearts and blown the charts.
Mix some melody in your emotions by joining hands with one of our available song writers for hire. We can guide your songs to the potential to reach the Grammy nominations. Veteran producers and aspiring artists alike have connected with us to hire a lyricist from our team and collaborated on songs that reach millions of views every day. So you can focus on your production, while we give your songs that lyrical touch that it needs to compete in the professional music industry.
Years of Experience
Have you ever had a song stuck in your head that you can’t just forget? We have all the right ingredients you need to put into your track which will turn it into a stubborn song that your listeners won’t ever be able to get out of their heads.
Our song ghost writers for hire have that knack to make their words resonate with the music they work on, and they do so passionately.
Every song writing project at ghostbookwriters is considered a divinely intimate experience between music and the ghostwriter for songs. Our clients come to us with these songs to find the right lyrics that hit the bullseye on their feelings. We have an arsenal of song ghostwriters for hire for all the genres and music styles prevalent in today’s music.
We do not just write clichéd lyrics like most song writers for hire. Our ghost writers for song writing especially, follow a different writing process that gives them an edge on other artists. They absorb the client’s feelings by spending hours exploring a melody, its vibe and the client’s idea behind that track, to find the perfect recipe of lyrics that will resonate with the listeners and keep them hitting that replay button over and over again.
You communicate to us what the song is about, the singing style, any lines you’ve already written and want to incorporate into the lyrics, and the music track and any other elements that can help the song writer.
After receiving basic information, our project management team will contact you immediately to understand your wishes better and take further details from you about the project. Based on these details, we cherry-pick the best candidate for your particular genre and style.
We will send you a catchy hook designed on the music you’ve provided, that captures your theme and/or story into it perfectly. While the hook is being written, our talent is engaged in a constant trance of absorbing inspiration and may have rough ideas for other elements of the song as well.
After you approve the hook, a green signal is given to the ghost writer to start writing lyrics that complement the hook and fits in the backing track you’ve provided. We also work with artists who prefer to work hand-in-hand while the music is being composed.
Every single verse is sent to you for approval before the writer proceeds to write the next verse. We want to be sure that the direction we’ve taken with the song is what you want as well. So if you have any corrections, it can be revised then and there before proceeding to each next phase of your song.
Once all the verses are complete, we look forward to receiving your feedback and urge you to compare the final product with the concept you initially had in your head, and see for yourself why getting a song writer for hire was the right choice.
Song lyrics are copyright material, and intellectual property of the owner. They can’t be quoted in any form of writing without the publisher's permission, even if you mention the name of the owner or publisher. The writer will need their permission to quote those lyrics in their writing.
The title of a song, however, can be mentioned legally without any approvals or permissions. There is no law that prohibits the mentioning of titles of songs, movies, shows etc.
Suppose a writer needs to quote a song. In that case, they need to follow the formal procedure of acquiring permission to copy those lyrics and fullfil the publisher’s demands in doing so before they can legally quote their lyrics.
Take the time to think about the goal of your song. It can be the topic you want to write about, the theme you want to capture, or the audience you want to entertain.
Once you have the goal, find a beat that you can vibe with. Listen to the beat over and over again, and try writing a hook for that beat. Make sure you have the goal in your mind whether it is a topic of choice or a melody or flow that you want to capture.
Having a hook will enable you to start your first verse by having a centre of focus to which your verses should circulate back.
Titles of songs should be enclosed in quotation marks, and titles of albums are italicized. For example, “Frequently Asked Questions” from the Ghostbookwriters’ album Song Writing; in this case, “Frequently Asked Questions” is the song's title, Ghostbookwriters is the band, and Song Writing is the album from which that song is taken.
If the title ends with a punctuation mark like “Why Don’t You Love Me?” by Beyoncé, the punctuation mark is enclosed inside the quotations.
The next main step is publishing your song. After you have the lyrics at your hand, a rough demo in the song writer’s voice is to be recorded, so the melody is not forgotten easily. The lyrics should be written down formally with each line in sequence according to the recorded song.
After that, get help from a studio (and demo artist if required) to record a professional demo that is worth presenting to a publisher. Alternatively, acquire an instrumental and record your song by yourself. Either way, you need to be able to produce a professional sounding track for publishing purposes.
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