- The young singer, gamer and entrepreneur has nearly a million Instagram followers and three companies to his name already.
- Latest music distribution platform, Pophits.co, is targeted at independent artists to help share their content.
- Keew is also involved in the socio-constructive campaign, #SaveBoysLives, which helps rescue children from exploitative situations across three continents.
Young entrepreneur and social media sensation, Kevin Keew, has just announced the launch of his innovative new website, Pophits.co, targeted at the independent artist industry. The website will allow musicians to publish and share their music to more than 150 music stores across the world, including TikTok, Instagram and Facebook. Keew states that Pophits.co is, “The most valuable platform for music distribution because of its social purpose.” Pophits.co is also giving year-long free music distribution for artists who support the #SaveBoysLives social action campaign.
With nearly 1 million Instagram followers, the singer, gamer and businessman was recently featured on the iconic Nasdaq billboard in New York City. Keew has three companies to his name, which are all based on inclusive social responsibility, aiming to interconnect business and social action harmoniously. According to Keew, these three components of his business chain allow independent creators the opportunity to learn, gain confidence and receive feedback from others in the industry, while being seen and gaining professional experience along the way.
Another one of Keew’s business ventures, music TV channel, SuperPop.TV, started as a program for streaming services, such as Roku, and has now expanded to Amazon Fire and Apple TV. Viewers are able to stream videos and interviews from independent musicians, singers, influencers, bloggers, dancers and gamers using this platform.
Network for career development, MW3.biz, is built on an e-learning platform and is the result of an accumulation of years of innovation, knowledge and experience. As with his other business ventures, the MW3.biz network is primarily aimed at independent artists and offers members monthly cash rewards.
These platforms work together, creating a global network for independent professionals to collaborate. Keew says it’s crucial to gain support from investors and is reaching out for collaboration and assistance, welcoming all independent artists to the network.
#SaveBoysLives and social involvement
Keew is involved in socially constructive action in the Brazilian favelas, taking steps to help combat child slavery. The intercontinental campaign, #SaveBoysLives, first began in New York, before extending to Brazil and the United Kingdom, impacting three countries, languages and continents simultaneously. The movement rescues children from physically exploitative situations and institutions, aiming to help the kids reintegrate into society.
The committed 10-year-old’s latest single, Br-Pop, has just launched on YouTube and has already been delivered to more than 150 music stores via Pophits.co, including Instagram and TikTok, allowing users to add it to their reels and stories. Br-Pop is also the name of this new music genre that Keew is spreading in Europe; which is a mix of EDM (electronic dance music) and Forró (a traditional Brazilian music genre from “Nordestina Culture”). Forró is notoriously popular in the Northeast region of Brazil, where part of Keew’s family originates.
“I would like to take the opportunity and invite all influencers to do a dance with my song Br-Pop, this is the Br-Pop challenge, and please use hashtag #SaveBoysLives. I am working on a socio constructive project called YOUR POWER #SaveBoysLives, and the song Br-Pop is part of it,” explains Keew. “We are giving voice to 3 months old babies who are being rescued from international Child Slavery schemes. Br-Pop is not only a song, but it’s actually a movement calling for influencers to raise their voice, and through their dance on TikTok, Instagram and Facebook, doing a short choreography using my song BR-Pop, we will make sure the world pay attention to the topic Child Slavery. The best dancers will be interviewed and promoted on the international music TV channel SuperPop.TV, on stream services such as Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV, also on web news portals on promotion supported by sponsors and partners. Please use hashtag #SaveBoysLives then we can find you.”