Bringing Back the Music Video

Who is TikiKiti?

You don’t have to look far to find how the driving force behind the fan-made/unofficial music video format is a new generation of producers and musical artists. And we are finding some incredibly talented producers from all over the world.

So, what is a fan-made & unofficial music video?

As you can see by the examples below, the video begins when the song begins and ends when the song ends. It is okay to have an intro scene and an exit scene. But, do not break up the song midway with some type of narrative (or anything like grunts and strange sounds). Just use the original song in all its glory. If you go to our Ratings page there is a list of Do's and Don't's. Also, make sure the video is your original video. Do not search YouTube™ for video clips — or any other site that you can download video clips. This creates a completely different type of video we call a Mashup and not rated as highly as the original production. Here are some examples of fan-made and unofficial videos we have seen over the last five years.

If you have a video you want us to see just check out How To Submit to find all the rules — you know, there are always rules.

If you say you’re not good enough — well, we don’t believe you. We see amazing work submitted from producers worldwide.


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