In this rubric, we have aspiring rappers sharing their rap knowledge with the rest of the community. *If you’d like to be one of the knowledge gurus and share your rap tips with us, feel free to click here for more information.

Let’s see what words of wisdom has the Rap Guild shared with us.


Stage Name: Ronnie Lott

Contacts:
Twitter
Instagram
Soundcloud

Proof of Credibility:

Young artists need to make sure that they make time to become involved with every aspect of their music career. From the venues they are going to perform, to when their music will be released.

With the way the music industry has changed, artists need to be well aware of the type of development he or she are receiving. I improved myself by finding an individual who is 15 years older than me to manage my day to day activities and who also knows what my vision is and what direction i wanna go with my music so he targets selected MC’s, producers, and venues which would be beneficial for me to work with.

 

#Legion: That strategy seems to have went out well, from what I’ve heard! But lets raise the awareness of our community!
So, guys, it is indeed nice to get some boost for our career, but watch out for middle-aged, white-haired guys, who would want to take advantage of your skills!
They will try to persuade you that you’re getting the bigger piece of the cake, but the moment you sign that contract, you’ll be dooming yourself long-terms
Well, of course, despite that, you could start a revolution that would remain in rap history! Who knows?!
But… Legion advises: basically avoid Murphy’s law, because if there’s a risk for something bad to happen, there chances aren’t on your side!
So do your research before taking actions and lower the risk!

 


Stage Name: NA Bill

Contacts:
Facebook
Instagram
Soundcloud

Proof of Credibility:

The independent music scene has been growing tremendously in the past ten years and has cemented it’s state when independent artists started to go viral and reach a state where they got paid amounts of money that are somehow comparable to signed artists.

The fact is that labels don’t sign artists these days as much as they used to years before the breakthrough of music internet services. So if there’s a limited market for signed artists, the possibilities of creating your own fan base or following has become available via the internet, this is where the expression DIY (do it yourself) is best proved and became possible.

With more than 50 percent of this year’s Grammy nominations being from independent labels and artists, the biggest independent percentage of all time, with regards to established acts that no longer have hit singles or major album sales, independent artists now have huge fan bases and can do it themselves without having the support of an actual label.

#Legion: Yes, sir! This is exactly what I meant, again – you don’t need the rich men to dictate your career!!!
Lets be honest, again mr. Ronnie Lot is right, you could boost your career if the right people like you. But after all, are a few years of solo hard-work such so much? Is it worth sacrificing a part of your individuality just to see your dream-stage slightly sooner?


In this rubric, we have aspiring rappers sharing their rap knowledge with the rest of the community. *If you’d like to be one of the knowledge gurus and share your rap tips with us, feel free to click here for more information.

Related Posts

Leave a Comment