What Is The Rhythmic Rebellion Mission?

The Rhythmic Rebellion Mission

We want to help you provide your fans with the Ultimate Entertainment and Shopping Experience. This encourages your fans to become part of your community where you own the data and the relationship. We provide you with the tools and features to make it all happen.

If you have not yet created your accounts and content, make sure you use our checklist:
Singer / Songwriter / Band Checklist

See the benefits your fans have because your website and merch store are Powered by Rhythmic Rebellion. Watch a video demo here:
Fan Demo

Streaming royalties will always be low. 

Let's get creative and come up with new ways to make money!

You can make more money by using our website builder and added features: 

Artist Premiere - Paid access to your never before seen or heard videos and music.
Karaoke - Create scrolling lyrics your fans can sing along too. Offer to sell the fan access to the instrumental track for the Karaoke experience.
Fan Song Mixer (MxRR) - You provide stems/tracks of your song like drums, bass, guitar, keys, and vocals - and your fans pay to get access and make their own mix of your song!
Sell Merch - On-demand merch printing is the way to go. Printful.com allows you to create t-shirts, hats, hoodies, and other stuff, and you pay nothing until the fan buys it. Our Printful integration means your fans can buy digital and physical items in the same checkout. Our system sends printful the order. Printful creates the item in a facility near your fan, including Europe. Printful Article
Gift Codes - Use our Gift Code generator to create codes to give your fans free songs, access to private content, and more. This helps you build a strong fanbase! Gift Codes Article
Song and Album Sales - We provide full song previews for your fans and you set the price.
Artist to Fan Emailing System- As you collect emails you can send emails to your fan right from your artist account.
Help Articles on Artist Premiere, MxRR, Gift Codes, and Sales Features
Read these articles to learn how to market yourself and your music: Marketing Articles

We Want Your Ideas!
If you have ideas on digital features we can create to entertain and sell to your fans, don't hesitate to  let us know!

Our Mission Statement: Rhythmic Rebellion is a digital music entertainment company with a focus on improving the incomes and lives of music creators. The move to on-demand streaming has hurt the ability to sell music and the income of many music creators has suffered. Streaming royalties are low and do not replace lost income. Facebook and Instagram are only showing our post to a small percentage of our followers and they want us to pay for ads so the rest see them. Our founder wants Rhythmic Rebellion to be the platform where the music creators and their needs come first. We want to help you build a community of fans that you can bond with and talk to with no restrictions. We want to help you entertain those fans in ways that aren't found anywhere else. We want to give your fans a shopping experience that makes it fun and easy to support you financially


What do songwriters want the most? To get their songs published with a music publishing company that can get their song heard and recorded by an artist. Publishers are great, but they can't sign every songwriter and even then many songs get put on the shelf never to be heard again. There are lots of great singers that would love to record these songs, and if the singer and the song are really that good then you might just get a hit! But, there is just no easy way for them to find each other.

Our solution? We built a system where songwriters can self-publish their songs. We built search tools so that artists, singers and bands can search using metadata input by the songwriter to form a list of songs that match the type of song a singer is looking for. Publishers can also use this system to find songs for their artists. This is active now but we need all songwriters to participate so that artists will want to use the database. So get your song compositions create and invite your songwriter friends.

Singers can search for a new song by genre, song characteristics, date written, and many other criteria. They can rate songs, follow songwriters, add songs to list, then come back later and find just the songs they gave a high rating to and select the song to record from that short list. What we need to make this a reality is for lots of songwriters to create their songs on the Rhythmic Rebellion Platform so that singers have lots of choices! If a singer or publisher wants to record your song, they can contact you or any songwriter through the songwriter contact form.

Another goal of Rhythmic Rebellion is to increase the income of songwriters. We can't do much to increase what other music and video streaming platforms are paying songwriters, so we decided to create our own music and video streaming platform. Because we encourage all songs to have the songwriters and their shares defined, in the future we can pay songwriters directly without needing to pay outside collection agencies that take a cut of the money. This means more money ends up in the songwriter's pocket. We are also creating a way that money, for any digital sale related to a song, can be divided amongst the songwriters automatically on the system. So, artists that decide to sell their songs digitally or physically on our system can allow songwriters to get their cut automatically. This will include access to karaoke for the song and access to MxRR, where the fan can mix their own version of your song. We are brainstorming all the time to come up with creative ways to increase the income of all music creators!

Artists / Singers / Bands

For this group of creators our goal is to come up with creative ways to increase the income and overcome the drop in album sales due to on-demand streaming.

Fact: Musical artists are the only retail industry on the planet using their website to send customers to social media. All other retailers use social medial to send customers to the website... WHY?

Your website is the one place that you own! You should build an impressive website that entertains your fans and keeps them coming back. We want your website to be the Ultimate Entertainment and Shopping Experience for your fans. This encourages them to join your community and have an account on the platform making it easy for them to buy things from you, comment on your songs and videos, upload their own videos to your artist account, upload audio where they introduce your songs, get access to your exclusive content, and so much more.

Build a website that holds your fans attention. People like Instagram and Facebook because they have an endless scroll. They can be entertained for a long time and never reach the end. So, if you want to hold a fans attention, give them an Instagram type experience - Make your HOME page long and filled with lots of videos and images, just like Instagram. A one page site might be all you need, as long as the loading time stays acceptable. Place a NEXT PAGE button at the bottom of your HOME page so your fan still never has to stop scrolling. You can place your social media links just above this button.  

Let's allow our fans to support us financially. They pay $5 a day for coffee and soft drinks. They will support you if you will just ask them and give them something in return! One popular digital item to sell to fans today is access to private content. Some companies let users pay a monthly subscription, but most music fans are young and don't like subscriptions - they want to pay and get it now - so we created our own version called the Artist Premiere.

Artist Premiere: You define a price, maybe $3, and fans pay to get access to private website pages on your site. Place videos of you in the recording studio, in concert, doing an acoustic set on your living room sofa, or whatever you want! Place pictures and version of songs they have never heard. You can create these pages as often as you can create enough content to keep them interesting. As an example, you can release a new paid private page every 3 or 6 months. Each time you release a new page, the old page is still there and a new fan that hasn't seen it might pay to see both the old and your new private page. Over time you might have 10 of these private pages. It's like having old albums where a new fan might go back and buy every one of them - so get busy creating this content.

Song and Album Selling: It is certainly harder to sell music than it used to be, but some fans are still buying so don't give up on this - we have built a great system for selling songs and albums. You can offer 45, 90, or even full song previews to fans and set the previews to limit plays from 1 to 10 times. They can hear it on our music player enough times (you choose how many) to fall in love with the song before their previews run out -  now they have to buy the song! Do what Taylor Swift and other artists do and try to sell songs for 30 days before you place it on other streaming platforms. You can create a CD for sale in your store and attach a copy of the digital version to it. This means the fan gets instant listening to your music in the music player on your website when they buy the CD. They can also download the digital files if they want.

Building a Fan Base

Use our email collector to create a mailing list.  Facebook limits who sees your post so don't rely on that only - build an email mailing list.

Introduce Your Songs: We have Audio Intros where fans can hear you introduce your own songs along with Song Commentary, Artist Bios, and Artist Announcements.

Music Labels

Music Labels have accounts on our system. Artists can grant their label a Master Account permission to access their artist account. A music label might have 10 or more artists they are managing all from one place; managing the artist's websites, their music, their sales, their report.... everything.

Music Publishers

Music Publishers have accounts on our system. They can see the list of song compositions that they are the publisher for, the number of plays and other reports. Songwriters can assign a permission to allow their publisher to have access to their songwriter account to help create compositions and define co-writers and shares.