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Not Saying Yรฉ to Apple Music’s $100M?

Source: Highsnobiety

This is when you are in full creative control of your work & you’ve built a solid brand that speaks for itself even without you in it.

What would I do with $100M?? Buy the country๐ŸŒ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ jokes! The real deal is: wow!

Turn down $100M?๐Ÿฅด The gods must be crazy ๐Ÿ˜‚ and you know they don’t just approach anyone with $100M you have to be solid!

But see how Kanye works – collaboration with people from different creative disciplines & he’s able to create jobs for his teams; he elevates the next rising stars regardless of industry.

Of course, he’s financially able to do so which makes all the difference between having ideas and executing them to the best standard.

Take no shortcuts, build something that will make people approach you for it’s value.

Don’t just look or sound successful, be it – put in the work & effort and enjoy it!

We will find ways to make these dreams real legitimately!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’Ž

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“The day you plant the seed is not the day you’ll eat the fruit…”

Fabienne Fredrickson

One of my favourite sayings in the world.

Reminds me about patience in life: patience when building something for yourself, patience when seeing others building for themselves too.

We plant seeds, water them, do what we can & keep going.

That’s how I see this music thing as well: each song is a seed & with each release you don’t sit around waiting for responses or for your song to go viral – you go back into the studio to record some more songs to put out. (We’ll talk about the other things needed to make your music releases better each time in other posts).

This year, I’m challenging myself to release more music & for each song to be better than the last & I want YOU to join me – as an upcoming music creative hungry to enter the industry & make a name for yourself or as an established music creative looking to add more gas to your catalogue.

2022 demands new keys for new doors

Join me & let’s put out quality music – weekly, monthly, every two months (you decide the pattern that works for you realistically but also remember to push yourself!)

It’s going to take honesty, time & soul energy – all of which we have in abundance & now what is left is to apply – consistently & keep it moving!

My Throwback song of the week: Bad Company (2020), produced by The Beat Banger

I hope to be your gas-buddy this year because I will be gassing you up with some pep talk, useful links, opportunities & resources to help us go to the next level.

Keep your headphones on, more music loading!