Mayden Hollywood’s pop-rock song “Hollywood” won the 2015 Best of British Unsigned listener vote for best song.


Mayden Hollywood is a British born American song writer and producer, was brought up listening to rock and hip-hop music and was inspired by artists such as Iggy Pop, Aerosmith and The Cure. He moved back to the U.S. in 2008 to pursue his dream of becoming a recording artist.
The Unsigned Music Awards were started in 2012 by Best of British Unsigned, the number one unsigned music website in the United Kingdom (UK) which provides weekly radio shows to 70 FM stations in 15 countries. The 2015 Awards were sponsored by Julian Richer, the founder of Richer Sound, the largest hi-fi retailer in the UK. This year a follow-up to the fan vote was added, the Critics’ Choice Awards. These will be judged by Huey Morgan, Fun Lovin’ Criminals front man and presenter for BBC 6, Max Helyer who is guitarist for the rock band You Me at Six and the staff of the music magazine “Q”.

BoB Unsigned founder Matt Graveling said, “Mayden has an incredible pop-rock sound which is perfect for today’s industry. This song is polished and bang on trend. We believe it can provide the perfect launch pad for a successful career”. Mayden hopes the Best Song Award will be of significant help as he plans a U.S. tour branching out from Los Angelis to cities such as New York, Miami and New Orleans. He said, “I work so hard. To be recognized is an honor”. The song tells the story of the difference between Hollywood’s celebrated image and the up and down fortunes of many who live there.

For information about Mayden Hollywood, visit To find out more about Best of British Unsigned Music radio and this year’s Awards Sponsor, see
Additional references for Mayden Hollywood:
Facebook; Twitter @MaydenHollywood; Logo maydenlogocopy.png; Album Cover Mayden_HollyWood_COVER_NEW_.jpg.
Additional references for Matt Graveling of British Unsigned: Telephone l+44 (0)77-259-769-74;;


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