Are you interested in being showcased on our channels?

Rest assured, we guarantee to respond to every submission! Whether good or bad, we will provide feedback on how to improve
your submission and what steps to take next.

There are three ways to become part of the Street Stalkin community


Advertising on our channels ensures your presence, but we ensure transparency by incorporating a subtle indicator that it is an ad.

Press Release:

Our press release system involves publishing your story on our website and submitting it to various music news blogs, who may or may not choose
to feature it. This is similar to Cision blast or press push and gives you exposure to a wider range of media outlets.


Once you submit your work, our editor team will review it thoroughly and provide you with a detailed evaluation of your music, story, article
or release. While we cannot guarantee your work’s appearance on our blog or playlist, we can assure you of an unbiased
and sincere review that can help you progress in your career.

Please include the following information when submitting your entry

    You will get a response to every submission, and you can ask any questions or make any specific requests you have.
    We typically reply to general inquiries within 48 hours.

    Kindly read and adhere to the submission guidelines below

    1. We only accept original music submissions that don’t infringe on any copyright or intellectual property rights.
    2. Your music should be professionally produced, mixed, and mastered to ensure high quality.
    3. Submit full-length tracks to give us a complete understanding of your music style.
    4. Please provide your music in either MP3 or WAV format, or send us the streaming link if it’s already distributed.
    5. To increase your chances of being featured, submit only one track per submission. If you have multiple tracks, please submit them separately.

    Editorial Policy

    At Street Stalkin, we strive to create content that is informative, engaging, and relevant to our readers. To maintain the highest level of quality
    and integrity, we have established an editorial policy that guides our content creation and publishing process.
    Here are the key principles that govern our blog:

    Focus on music: Our blog is dedicated to all things music-related. We cover a wide range of topics, including album reviews, interviews,
    artist profiles, industry news, and event coverage. We avoid covering non-music related topics.

    Objectivity and integrity: We strive to be objective in our reporting and avoid any conflicts of interest that could compromise our integrity.
    We do not accept bribes or incentives to cover certain artists or events.

    Fact-checking: We fact-check all information and sources before publishing any content to ensure that we’re providing
    accurate information to our readers.

    Diversity and inclusion: We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in our content. We seek to feature artists from different genres,
    backgrounds, and regions. We also aim to avoid any harmful stereotypes or language in our content.

    Editorial independence: Our editorial team has full independence to choose which topics to cover, how to cover them, and which artists to feature.
    We don’t allow advertisers or sponsors to influence our editorial content.

    Respect for copyright and intellectual property: We respect the copyright and intellectual property of others and require our writers to do the same.
    We do not publish any content that infringes on someone else’s rights.

    User-generated content: We encourage our readers to share their thoughts and opinions through comments and other user-generated content.
    However, we reserve the right to moderate and delete any comments or content that is offensive, irrelevant, or violates our editorial policy.

    We believe that our editorial policy helps us to maintain the highest standards of quality and integrity in our content. We are committed
    to providing our readers with informative, engaging, and relevant music content that they can trust.