March 19, 2020

​Coming up with a good melody is one of the hardest things for most producers…

That’s why I’m about to make it 100x easier for you.

Read on.

As I’m writing this, I’m chilling in my robe, drinking a smoothie and a cup of coffee at the same time…

I don’t recommend doing this, because it’s the perfect recipe for a case of the bubble guts.

You’re probably reading this on the toilet right now, and if you drank coffee this morning – you’re no stranger to the bubble guts.

Bubble guts: The process when your stomach bubbles up and erupts like a shitty volcano…

(I really hope you’re not eating breakfast as you read this)

Anyways here’s the point:

I’m only drinking these two liquids because I can only eat and drink within a 2 hour window per day…

This is because I have to wear my invisaligns for 22 hours a day (they’re basically invisible braces).

Now, this has had some positive effects too. For example:

It’s made it really easy to lose weight…

I eat less snacks and crappy foods…

My teeth are getting noticeably whiter and whiter every week…

And, I realised something:

Restrictions can actually give you the freedom to be better…

Too much choice can actually hurt you….

And, this applies to making melodies too.

The video below will show you how you can use this concept to your advantage with your music…

So click the link below to start making melodies faster and easier:

All the best,

Jay “Be Intentional” Cartere

About the author 

Jay Cartere

Who is Jay Cartere?

It's a long story, but I'm going to make it short because I respek your time...

I'm a producer, rapper, singer and creative entrepreneur from London.

My musical journey started in 2007 when I decide to spit some lyrics to a grime beat... through a laptop.

That's right, no mic or anything - I was spitting DIRECTLY into the laptop cuz.

It's safe to say things have changed since then...

But, that's not all:

The journey has never been easy...I had to put my entrepreneurial mind to work and figure this stuff out.

I taught myself how to record and engineer my music.

I also had to learn how to film and edit music videos.

How to market, promote, sell and build a business.

Poverty gave me the pressure I needed to develop these skills...

Now I'm gonna share those skills with you...

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