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Friday, November 15, 2013
Sony's "SuperSong" Music Contest Kicks Off


Sony is running a global music contest for aspiring songwriters to contribute to the Official Album of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

As an official FIFA Partner in the "Digital Life" category, Sony and companies from across the Sony Group, including Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television, and Sony Mobile Communications are collaborating to bring music fans the opportunity of a lifetime. The "SuperSong" world-wide music contest is starting December 2nd 2013 and invites musicians as well as music and football fans from around the world to submit their videos of original song proposals (videos with original lyrics) at www.supersong.com.

Ricky Martin will be among the judges panel to hand-pick the winning song, which he will also record for the Official Album of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

All submissions will be evaluated by a judging team, who will narrow the songs down to a top 20. A panel of experts from Sony Music Entertainment and online fans will then vote for their favorite songs to select the finalists. From these finalists, Ricky Martin and the "SuperSong" judging team will choose and announce the ultimate winner in February 2014. The winner will travel to Puerto Rico to see Ricky Martin and a top music producer record the final version of the song for the Official Album of the FIFA World Cup, which will be released by Sony Music Entertainment in 2014. The winner and a guest will also travel to Brazil where they will be VIP guests of Sony at the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in July 2014, and receive additional prizes from Sony.

The entire creative process and studio recording will be documented by Sony Pictures Television for a television special, culminating with the world premiere of the "SuperSong" music video. The program will be shown globally across television, digital and mobile platforms via Sony Pictures Television?s many channels (Crackle, AXN, SET and SPIN).




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