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6 YouTube Tips For Music Artists

It’s no revelation that YouTube has taken over the internet (and television) as the main source for video content today. This is why it is absolutely imperative that you, as a music artist, emphasize a strong presence on YouTube for maximum exposure. Here are 7 Tips that can help you take your YouTube channel to the next level.

1. Show Your Face

I’ve noticed that a lot of musicians use YouTube as a place to upload only the audio of their songs with no visual content. Read More »

8 Great Ways To Make Money As A Music Artist

Times have changed from the way things used to be. There are far more avenues and opportunities to earn money as a music artist today than there were in the past. If you are a music artist or musician, you don’t need to rely only on selling your music in order to make a living. You can sell your talents, skills, and services as well. Here is a list of ways you can earn money as an artist which will hopefully give you some great ideas of how you can support yourself in your music career. Read More »

Using Multi-Syllable Rhymes To Advance Your Rapping Skill

As a hip hop artist, there are many things you can do to separate yourself from your competition through increasing your skill set, songwriting ability, image, promotion/marketing, beat selection, and so on. In this article, I’ll be discussing one thing you can do to improve upon your songwriting skills which will make your songs sound much more satisfying to listen to. This songwriting skill is the art of multisyllabic rhyming. This technique will not only make your songs sound better, but it will make your rhymes sound more intelligent and take your writing to a totally new level. Not to mention, nothing beats the satisfaction of coming up with a perfectly fluent multi.

What is multisyllabic rhyming?

Multisyllabic rhyming, also called “multis” for short, are a type of rhyme scheme in which 2 or more syllables rhyme. Multis differ from traditional rhyme schemes, as traditional schemes usually only rhyme the last syllable in a series of lines. In order for you to grasp the difference, here is an an example of a traditional rhyme and a multisyllabic rhyme: Read More »