A new music competition show is putting songwriters in the spotlight.

NBC has ordered an 11-episode first season of “Songland”, a show that offers songwriters an opportunity to perform their original tracks in front of a panel of industry experts and major recording artists.

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According to Variety, “Each song’s lyrics, arrangements, beats, melody, and story will be considered by the panel as producers engage in a discussion about ways to creatively adapt them to better fit the style and sensibility of the recording artist of the week.”

Each episode will feature five songwriters battling it out with hopes of turning their tracks into the next global hit. Three of them will be selected to move on to the studio round where they will be paired with a producer to help bring their songs to life.

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A final winner will be chosen at the end of each episode and that person will have their song recorded and released by a professional artist as their next single.

Artists taking part in the series include Charlie Puth, John Legend, Jonas Brothers, Meghan Trainor, Will.I.Am, Leona Lewis, Macklemore, Aloe Blacc, and producers such as OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean, and Shane McAnally.

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“Songland” will be executive produced by Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, “The Voice” producer Audrey Morrissey, Maroon 5’s Adam Levine, and director Ivan Dudynsky, who devised the concept alongside Stewart and Morrissey.

Fans can submit their applications for the show at SonglandCasting.com.