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If you are an up-and-coming or established writer/blogger/music journalist that can create beautifully written articles read on.

We are looking for talented freelance contributing writers for Urban Flaiire.

***You will be assigned the content for review. You will be credited and given a byline. You will also be able to link back to your social media and your website if you have one. You can also insert a donation/tip jar link via any online payment method of your choice (ex. Cash App, PayPal, Venmo, etc.)***

***You can also submit your own original pieces/stories as long as it relates to any of the following: music, photography, art, or on anything that can help benefit artists (ex. licensing, copyright, publishing, etc.). There is no limit on the number of articles that you can submit. You also understand that “submission to Urban Flaiire doesn’t guarantee posting and by submitting content to Urban Flaiire you are giving Urban Flaiire the right to use, post, publish or distribute submitted content at our discretion.” ***

Here’s what we are looking for:

► At least 300-600 words per post (100% Original & Unique) for Short Form Reviews (ex. EPs, Albums, Mixtapes, Photography, Visual Art)

► At least 150-300 words per post (100% Original & Unique) for Capsule Form Reviews (ex. Singles, Music Videos, Photographer Spotlights, Artist Spotlights, etc.)

► Knowledge of a specific genre, style, or topic (ex. Hip-Hop, RnB, Alternative, Street Photography, Night Photography, Paintings, etc.)

► Ability to analyze, research, and find information on the featured artist, photographer, visual artist.

► Ability to critique songs and videos as well as concept and songwriting and all other art forms mentioned above.

You should also be able to implement your own creative ideas and voice your opinion. Be yourself and have fun with it. Most importantly when you criticize make sure you are constructive. It’s ok for you to not like everything about an artist as long as you’re positive about it. The main goal is to provide readers with a well-structured analysis of the artist : )

To be considered:

► Please send an e-mail describing your background, along with at least one writing sample relating to either music, visual art, film, photography, or any recent pop culture rumor or newsworthy content that is between 150-300 words to along with any questions or concerns that you may have.

The subject line should read: UF Writer Application