Study right. There’s no escaping it: if you don’t study at all, it’s difficult to sing with an amazing voice, write unique songs, play an instrument like an angel, and dance like a devil. On the other hand, if you study too much, you run the risk of alienating yourself from the mainstream, becoming a virtuoso appreciated only by connoisseurs of whatever style you are into.
Be optimistic. If you don’t believe in yourself nobody will.
Get yourself noticed. Big time producers don’t come to your local pub, but there are talent contests where you can meet them. Don’t think only of TV shows those are way too competitive focus on any contest in which there is someone in the jury who actually works in the music business.
Be realistic. Success doesn’t happen overnight. Well, in a way it does, but you still have to put a lot of hard work first, so you are ready when your lucky break happens.
Know your weaknesses. Let’s face it: the road to stardom isn’t an easy one, and we all have a weak spot.it is good to know your weak spot and how to always maneuver it to a success spot.
Looks : We live in a beauty-obsessed society, if you don’t look good, music producers might think you won’t be able to attract a very large fan base.
Voice : Let’s face it, there are thousands out there singing with a great voice, so how good is yours?
Dance: You don’t have to be a ballerina, but an ability to move well on stage is important.
Songwriting: Ok, you have a great voice, but the reality is that if you are not writing your own songs – and great ones, too you will be unprepared to face the competition of a thousand all-singing-all-dancing young talents.
Style: Have you developed your own style in singing, song-writing, stage presence, and so forth, or are you merely copying your favorite singer? develop a style
Turn your weaknesses into strengths. Be prepared to”sell” your weak spots as part of what makes you unique
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