Saturday, January 28, 2017

Don't Procrastinate The Release Of Your Music ! Musician Marketing Mindset Tips #3

Don't Procrastinate The Release Of Your Music ! Musician Marketing Mindset Tips #3 Don't Procrastinate The Release Of Your Music! Musician Marketing Mindset Tips #3. Why it's a bad idea to wait to release music. This can be the release of a mixtape, album & single. More info below 🏻🏻🏻🏻👇👇👇 🎹 My Blog 👉: http://bit.ly/N0lTYx Sub My Channel: http://buff.ly/2jkg81x Video Description Hi Dan here from The Corporate Thief Beats  Something I really wanted to chat about with you today is the perfectionism fear that most artists have.  This perfectionism fear cripples artists to release  their music to the world.  If our music or content isn’t perfect we don’t to release that piece of music. You might be familiar with the some of the common  excuses that we as musicians come up with to hinder  ourself from in the release of our music.  These Procrastination Excuses Include 2:11 It's not mixed right , It's not finished  I might re-write the hook or the verse I don't have money to promote my music right now I don't understand music marketing.  I don't know how to promote my song I need more subscribers, followers and likes to release it. I don't have any time to spare to release music .... And so on and so forth Why it's a bad idea to wait to do anything. When your gut tells you to release your music and you ignore it for 1, 2 , 3 , 4 days. Then your head kicks in. And you end up having more reason's not to release your music. The build up of procrastination has made you lose     your courage to take action. Now you just see all those excuses not to release that song, ep or mixtape.  How I Don't let that fear win.....  I like the motto "The Way Leads To The Way" What this quote means is that you find the next step  only when you take the first step.  Sometimes I have a goal or a time when I want  to release a piece of content.  And don't have all the answers for my doubts  and excuses at that time. So Ignore  them. And release my content it anyway.  If people don't like it, so what !  Here's the best part.... Most of the time people's comments  are positive and my hip hop beats inspire other rappers to create music.  That is something that's very powerful... That I created some music and it affected some else's life in the world to help them create a mixtape. Who's to say that your music can't do the same thing. Or just make someone happy or entertained for a while. This is the power that we have as musicians When we release new music to the world we create something new from nothing. Think of songs like a Tech company! If you feel that your songs aren't perfect now release version 0.1 of that song.  This how the Tech industry is made. Most  the smart phone apps that we use started  with 0.1 versions.  Kid Cudi released "A Kid Named Cudi" in 2006 : 5:02 It's wasn't perfect, the beats were ok, the mixing wasn't perfect, he didn't have an audience that he has now, but he still gave to the world. Imagine just for a second if he procrastinated the release of that mixtape because of fears and excuses.  He wouldn't have the career he has today. Nirvana one the of the biggest rock bands in the world released "Bleach" in 1989. @ 7:20 Again it wasn't perfect most Nirvana fans love the raw untouched nature of that album. Kurt Cobain  and Nirvana would never been signed to Geffen Records if they never released that "Bleach" album. To sum up my point..... When fear and procrastination strike, tell that inner negative voice to "shut the fuck up" and listen to your gut. { Watch Today's Video Here } Release That Music. Take Action Thanks for Listen Dan The Corporatethief Beats ​ 🔈 Drums I Use: http://bit.ly/1RY1bxI How To Promote Your Beats On Twitter 💻 My Twitter Course 👉 : http://bit.ly/2dgJ03i 📩 Email Marketing For Musicians Course: http://bit.ly/2d4wJnl Start A Website Course: http://bit.ly/2jqLkIa Tool I use To Build My Following On Twitter: 🔧 Get Socialquant {Aff link}👉 : http://bit.ly/2e2StQ5 🎹 Beat Site 👉: http://bit.ly/N0lTYx The Corporatethief Beats

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