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Published on August 16th, 2016 | by Jerry Doby


BMI highlights Dance Music with new genre page and playlist series

Since 1939 Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) (@bmi), has been a welcoming arm to music creators from all walks. It’s only fitting that this global leader celebrates EDM as the worldwide disruptor of the music world. It was once that Hip Hop was the most exciting addition in synch placements and even bred a couple “Rappin’ Granny” characters. EDM is the new force impacting pretty much every aspect of music including Country. In Hip Hop producer battles, EDM riffs, Dubstep in particular often appear as the WOW factor.

Read the official announcement from BMI below about their new Dance music page, as well as their Dance music playlist on Spotify ~ JD

Just in time for summer we are excited to highlight a new genre page located on BMI.com specifically designed for all your DANCE MUSIC needs.

Check out BMI’s DANCE music page to discover new music and to get the latest in EDM music news including exclusive interviews with emerging artists and established hit makers.

This month’s edition features an interview with singer-songwriter Karra. Having gotten her start penning and performing top lines for electronic dance music heavy-hitters like Breathe Carolina, JDG, Metrik, Jackal, Reid Stefan and more, New Jersey native-turned-L.A.-transplant, Karra turned her love of pop and EDM into her own distinctive career, releasing music on prestigious labels like Dim Mak, Monstercat, and Spinnin’ Records. While she’s continuing to record and release her own music, you can hear her most recent work on a collaboration with Feenixpawl and APEK called “Quicksand.” Listen to BMI’s Dance Playlist on Spotify below:

Click here to read Karra’s interview and keep up with all BMI’s Dance Music news!

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