Kady Rain and Ben Bazzrea have written over four hundred songs together and counting. Having amassed multiple millions of plays across all platforms and had NPR recently call their song R.A.D. Moves timeless, the duo are ready to help take your songwriting to the next level.
Every song is different and every project has different considerations to go along with that song. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your song, we would love to hear more about what you're doing and how we can help.
We're capable of writing the chords, melody, and lyrics or any variation of those three.
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Interview with Kady Rain
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: We have our first label release in May of this year and are looking to start releasing one asset a month until basically the end of time. Right now we have four new releases finished but we're trying to keep the pipeline full, so lot's of writing and working with producers.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: It's important to know the goal with the song's release and with the artist. If we're writing a pop single for label distribution with an artist that already has a developed sound, that is very different than say, someone just starting out still trying to find their sound with no team behind them and a lot of unanswered questions.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: When I'm hiring someone to do something that I'm not as capable at, like music production, I've found having reference tracks to be a blessing. It allows you to communicate things that you don't even realize are there because you simply don't know what you don't know.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I have a lot of respect for Sia because she's put in the time and worked hard over the course of her career and hasn't let anything get in her way. I think that the average person doesn't think of someone like Sia as making pop music or as being able to keep up with the tastes of a much younger audience and, frankly, Sia just crushes it.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: This isn't a production tip, but I've found that the best way to edit a song is not to sit down and purposefully say, "I'm going to edit this song," but I've found that if I simply run the song every day a couple of times the kinks will work themselves out painlessly. Ben and I run the songs we've recently written every day for several weeks and it's made editing our songs very painless.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Uptempo, positive pop music is our speciality but we write a lot of ballads. That being said, we write a lot of different styles, not just "happy love songs."
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Ben and I work hard to create a dynamic vocal melody with clear, singable lyrics and an interesting harmonic arrangement. I think we specialize in the 2nd verse and bridge. A lot of songs have great choruses but they don't do any variation in the melody and the bridge doesn't sell the story or go to a place that the song has yet to explore. Basically, after the first minute you've heard the whole song, and that's not what a great song is. A great song is overwhelming and allows the listener to simply be swept away. In my opinion, that's the reason we listen to music.