In our latest "we're not trolling you, this is really happening" story, NSFW sex video clip site Pornhub has followed its announcement of opening a record label with an online contest for producers to create the "ultimate Pornhub anthem." Open to anyone, regardless of genre, the grand prize is intriguing. It's stated that the prize winner will be granted $5000 to create a music video, with the video "featured on Pornhub TV" and "guaranteed" 500,000 views. Of course, given that Falty DL's "In The Wild" clip did only 10,415 views on the site, the idea that nudity and strong sexual content (not in Falty DL's video) will be encouraged appears to be a no-brainer.

Regarding the contest's rules, the following regulations are intriguing and stand out:

  • [Pornhub reserves] the right to work with you to ensure the lyrics convey the Pornhub brand and message.
  • The selected entry will be rewarded up to $5000 from Pornhub to be professionally produced. The prize money must be used to offset the cost of music and video production through a locally sourced studio.
  • Contest winner retains all rights to the master recording and the copyright of the song, whereas Pornhub retains the right to use the song and video or portions of the song and video in all media, now known or hereafter devised, throughout the world and in perpetuity.
  • All band members must be 18 years old or older in order to submit a song.
  • Any and all publishing royalties and revenue from the use of the song shall be divided equally between the Pornhub Song Search winner and Pornhub

Pornhub's song contest ends on November 30, with entries available to be listened to already posted online. Of interest to DAD readers may be the work of Danilo, who flipped his Happy Colors collaboration “Me Gusta Tu Cuerpo” into the contest-friendly "Me Gusta Tu Pornhub" (Pornhub Anthem). Contest entries are being accepted until November 30, 2014.