OnlyFans, the social media platform revolutionising the connection between creators and fans, today announces its Creative Fund, aiming to bring a boost and reinforce the importance of an indispensable industry. The inaugural fund kicking off this March will offer a grant to a group of four specially selected musicians to kick start their careers.

For 2021, a group of talented celebrities will join forces to act as the judging panel, choosing four final winners out of a pool of entries, open to anyone aspiring musicians over the age of 18. English rapper and singer Stefflon Don, musician and DJ, Joe Goddard, designer and man about town Henry Holland and singer and actress Suki Waterhouse, form the judging panel alongside OnlyFans CEO and founder Tim Stokely. All have come on board to select the winners of the fund and give much needed aid to up and coming members of an industry that is so close to their hearts.

To enter the competition, entrants must submit a video via the link on the OnlyFans Blog. Here, they will upload a video that features a short musical performance and tell the judges about themselves, to be submitted to the judging panel.* Four winners will eventually be chosen and given a £20,000 prize, to be spent on furthering their musical careers.

OnlyFans founder Tim Stokely said: "We’re really excited to announce the new Creative Fund! Almost every industry, including music, has had an incredibly tough time throughout lockdown. There are a lot of fantastic musicians on OnlyFans who have been getting creative during this time and engaging with their fanbase on the social platform. We wanted to bring the spotlight to up and coming talent and give these artists a much needed boost to help them grow.”

A number of globally renowned musicians have taken to OnlyFans during the COVID-19 crisis, including American rapper and singer, Cardi B, classical musician Camilla Kerslake and neo-funk band Franc Moody. Full Terms and Conditions of entry here.

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