OnlyFans has announced a creative fund to support aspiring artists in the music industry.
Launched as a way to "support up-and-coming artists in the creative community" amid the coronavirus pandemic, OnlyFans, the content subscription service connecting creators with their "fans", has announced the OnlyFans Creative Fund.
Offering four aspiring artists the opportunity to win £20,000 to help kick start their career, OnlyFans have centred the first Creative Fund around musicians, and applications are now open to apply for the fund. To enter the competition, entrants must submit a short musicial performance and an introduction via this link, where their entries will be judges by the likes of UK rapper and performer, Stefflon Don, Hot Chip member and DJ Joe Goddard, and singer/actress Suki Waterhouse.
Speaking about the fund, OnlyFans founder Tim Stokely said: "We’re really excited to announce the new Creative Fund! Almost every industry, including music, has had an incredibly tough time throughout lockdown. There are a lot of fantastic musicians on OnlyFans who have been getting creative during this time and engaging with their fanbase on the social platform. We wanted to bring the spotlight to up and coming talent and give these artists a much needed boost to help them grow.”
You can apply for the fund here. The deadline for applications is the 13th April 2021.
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