Just Believe in Love by Rainier Artists

Rainier Artists

Broadjam Artist: Rainier Artists
Song: Just Believe in Love

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Robert Dellaposta (Writer, A&R, Publisher)

Pro General Comments: a lot of factors go into whether or not a song is commercial. This song is too long for commercial radio but length doesn't enter into the equation if you're pitching this to a music library for use as background music in a television show or movie. Hopefully you asked for and received the individual stem files or individual wave or session files so the music library can make cues and edit this song into shorter sections. The chorus is catchy and memorable but it's also unpredictable because there are three different choruses with three different hooks...He Believed/She Believed and Just Believe in love...my advice is keep the chorus consistent so the listener can sing along without being caught off guard with new lyrics. Your form is verse/chorus/verse/chorus/verse/chorus/verse/chorus/tag...there are very few commercial country songs with three or more verses being played on today's commercial radio. keep your songs short of 4 minutes...the closer to three minutes the better...this is a country song but it's written in more of an Americana folk story song.How does the singer know these intimate personal details of the boys life? Without a connection between the singer and the boy the story lacks credibility. The main problem i see lyrically is the boy becomes a man and still believes in Unicorns etc?? Those metaphors don't work as well as a man as they did when he was a child in my opinion. I like the happy ending...

Quote From Pro: William Larson has the imagination and creativity along with the musical skill to write a catchy memorable and meaningful song.

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