Thursday, August 22, 2013

Shining Rae inks deal with Base79

Posted By on Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 9:16 PM

Shannin Watkins recently signed a two-year deal to produce music videos for Base79 pic
  • Shannin Watkins recently signed a two-year deal to produce music videos for Base79.

Magnolia native Shannin Watkins, a singer/songwriter who performs as Shining Rae (and who played in our Showcase in 2012), recently signed a two-year partnership with the London-based Base79, one of the biggest YouTube channels and a video rights management company with offices in Europe and the United States.

Watkins came to the attention of the company after auditioning for Simon Cowell's The You Generation contest, managed by Base79. Though she didn't win, she was offered a deal from Base79 based on her audition.

Watkins is currently in the process of producing her first music video for the company. A press release is included after the jump.

SHINING RAE SIGNS DEAL WITH INTERNATIONAL VIDEO NETWORK BASE79

July 2013 - Pop/Soul Singer/BMI Songwriter, Shining Rae, is an artist gaining International attention as her hit single "Sugar" recently made its debut on mainstream European radio (Flames Radio 94.4 FM and Platinum Grooves Radio both based in London England). It's Rae's online worldwide exposure that has also helped Rae to garner an exclusive two-year partnership with Base79 (The International Network for Video Creators, Content Owners and Brands and one of Europe’s fastest growing online media companies). Rae's vocal talent was discovered by Base79 and SYCO Entertainment when she entered The You Generation (the worlds first global audition) online female vocalist competition.

Although Rae did not win the competition, she landed an opportunity of a lifetime when Base79 reached out to Rae as one of the top auditions. The You Generation, the world’s Global talent competition and original YouTube channel is run and managed by Base79. The You Generation has created a network of the most talented YouTuber’s and helped to grow individual creators global audiences, subscribers and YouTube revenues. Base79 manages over 800 channels on YouTube, partnering with 400 leading rights producers and independent production companies and currently generates more than 20 million daily views globally.

Shining Rae says of the partnership “I feel that this invaluable partnership is a dream come true and will not only help increase my global social media presence but bring my universal music to the forefront of the music industry.”

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