PRESENTING: OUR OVERALL WINNER!

At the moment there’s so much talk the future of young people in the UK – especially 16 & 17-year-olds – and their involvement in the political scene.

So we think it seems fitting that we proudly announce the winner of the Tracks 4 Change songwriting competition…

Yep, the songwriter who topped the lot is 20 year old Ilarna Nche and her 16 year old sister Towalla, who performed their track ‘Here’s to the World’.

Rob, Maisie and Jamal were blown away with the lyrical content of the track, remarking that it hit the brief perfectly.

Ilarna’s track is all about equality. Read more about her songwriting here

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THE PRIZE

If your track wows our industry experts you’ll win yourself a prize that’s damn hard to beat. Your song. Main Stage. Bestival 2016.

Yep. The song that tops our list will be performed on the Main Stage at Bestival in September, where there’s gonna be over 50,000 fun-loving party people itching to hear the next big thing in music.

So, if you think your track should be making soundwaves at the UK’s best major festival (it’s official), you need to enter this competition.

Yes? Yes.

Enter The Competition

The Judges

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Jamal Edwards MBE

Rapper, entrepreneur, social activist and founder of SBTV, who has truly taken the UK music industry into the digital age

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Maisie Williams

Critically acclaimed English actress, best known for her role as Arya Stark in the TV series Game of Thrones

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Rob da Bank

DJ, producer, radio presenter and co-founder of music festivals Bestival and Camp Bestival

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Young people. You do have a voice. I’m here with Bestival’s backing to help you create something musical that shows society that your generation does care
Rob da Bank, Bestival
You’ve got this opportunity in front of you. Have #selfbelief… you’ve gotta take it. Let’s make this a movement
Jamal Edwards MBE, SBTV
Young people like you and me often struggle to get our voices heard…but that’s about to change…and it’s changing because of music
Maisie Williams, Actress
“This sounds like a really great endeavour – check it out”
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