Instagrammer Gamer is launching a new free web platform for music distribution and he’s only ten years old.


KINGSTON UPON HULL, ENGLAND – Kevin Keew is launching its own website, which will allow independent musicians to publish their music and distribute it for free around the world.

The young entrepreneur was recently featured on the iconic Nasdaq billboard in New York City. Now, has launched as an innovative music distribution platform for the independent artist industry.

Who is Kevin Keew?

With nearly a million followers on Instagram, the singer is a good player and a great businessman. He has developed three companies based on inclusive social action aiming at social responsibility, making business and social aspects work harmoniously. As a gamer and entrepreneur who adores games such as Roblox and Minecraft, which have blocks as their built-in features to allow users to plan and create digital worlds, he had also started his own business.

Quoting Kevin, is “The most valuable platform for music distribution due to its social purpose”.

Kevin’s music distribution platform,, distributes music from independent artists and labels to more than 150 music stores around the world and continues to do so as new stores become available, including TikTok, Facebook and Instagram.

The photo was taken on October 1, 2021, to celebrate Kevin’s accomplishments. Will Lisil, Kevin Keew and Lane Sofig (Keew Family).

The 10-year-old entrepreneur has three businesses to his credit isn’t Kevin’s only business venture. He launched two other companies with socio-constructive actions in mind.

The SuperPop.TV music television channel started out as music programming for streaming services, such as Roku, and has recently expanded to Amazon Fire and Apple TV.

Viewers will broadcast videos from independent musicians, singers, dancers, influencers, bloggers, influencers and game critics.

The network for career development is built on an online learning platform and on the knowledge and experience accumulated over many years of innovation.

This network is mainly aimed at independent artists and is also aimed at performers, musicians, dancers, influencers, bloggers and gamers.

The three elements of this commercial chain, according to Kevin, provide opportunities for independent artists to learn, gain confidence, receive feedback from other artists, be seen and have professional experience.

Thus, creating a global network of independent professionals with whom to collaborate exclusively for members of the casting network.

Having reached 333 members, the platform offers members monthly cash rewards. Singers, musicians, producers, managers and independent labels have been drawn to the low cost of a professional online course and international networking.

In addition, investors understand the importance of being part of a platform that can help improve the professional skills of artists while having the opportunity to participate in an intercontinental social project.

The importance of 3

Kevin’s social commitment is the socially constructive action he takes in Brazilian favelas to fight against child sexual slavery. Kevin began these efforts in New York City before expanding to Brazil and the UK, simultaneously affecting three languages, three countries and three continents.

Kevin’s socio-constructive campaign is called #SaveBoysLives, the number 333 has additional meaning for Kevin as this socio-constructive action even saves the lives of 3 month old babies, he reveals that the first 333 members he is expecting are arriving for the first formation of an army of visionary independent artists.

These children are saved from situations and relationships of sexual exploitation by institutions that manipulate or force them to engage in or have them perform sexual acts in exchange for gifts, drugs, money or affection. , with the aim of their reintegration into society.

Kevin says getting support from others is crucial and asks for collaboration and help. In anticipation of 1,050,000 members, Kevin welcomes all independent artists to the network. As no one discusses this subject, he believes he will achieve the goal. Kevin is still a child but with an incredible commitment to his work.

Social movement

Kevin hasn’t stopped working on his next music videos, and his new single is already on YouTube and delivered to over 150 music stores worldwide by, including all social networks like Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and TikTok, for use on stories and reels.Br-Pop is the title of Kevin’s new song, also the name of this new musical genre that the player is broadcasting in Europe, mixing EDM with Forró, a very traditional Brazilian musical genre that drag their feet and dance together the night away, from “Nordestina Culture”. Part of Kevin’s family is also originally from the northeastern region of Brazil, where Forró is very popular. The singer guarantees it will be a hit on TikTok as no one can avoid dancing while listening to it. It is the Brazilian influence that is taking over the world thanks to TikTok.

“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 the hashtag #SaveBoysLives. I’m working on a socio-constructive project called YOUR POWER #SaveBoysLives, and the Br-Pop song is one of them. We give voice to 3 month old babies who are rescued from international child sexual slavery programs. Br-Pop isn’t just a song, but it’s actually a movement calling on influencers to raise their voices, and through their dancing on TikTok, Instagram and Facebook, doing a short choreography using my BR-Pop song. , we will make sure the world pay attention about child sex slavery. Top dancers will be interviewed and promoted on international music television channel SuperPop.TV, streaming services such as Roku, Amazon Fire, and Apple TV, as well as web-based information portals about sponsored promotion and partners. Please use the hashtag #SaveBoysLives so we can find you.

Kevin Keew, Instagrammer, singer and player, author of the TikTok Br-Pop Challenge


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