WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE IT IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY ACCORDING TO ACCLAIMED MUSIC PRODUCER AND CHOREOGRAPHER DAVID NICOLL
The music scene is very competitive and honestly based on hard work and effort these days. Most artists are grooming themselves or with a team. They create their own online content and develop a fan base off of their talent. There are very few new artists these days. Most are veterans. Record labels are not into grooming anymore. They are looking for artists online now.
Well as for NSYNC and BSB, I think they did go through the same experiences as most people trying to get into the music industry. Not all of them but a lot of those artists were auditioning and performing at a young age. Then, they were finally put together by a company, an owner that had a vision and money was invested to hire the kind of team the group needed to make things happen.
A good team and lots of money can take you and make you a star even with minimal talent these days.
Well, they are very driven young ladies. They have great personalities and as a group they are diverse. The only issue is with accepting their roles and being able to let others with more experience do their job to help make them better than what they are right now. They could be a pop group as big as TLC.
YES! Work hard and accept help. Make videos and content that you feel good about and put it out there. Test the market until you find something that makes a big hit. Then, stick with that and grow your fan base. These days all you need is an investor to help you with better content once you start doing well. In the beginning, you’ll make more money being independent with your own following until you hit a certain level and only at that time a label will be able to offer you more than you can provide for yourself to take it to the next level.
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