My Thoughts on The Music Industry
Be careful who you trust!
As someone who has been performing, writing, working on music ever since she was a child, and years trying to break into the music industry, I would like to give some important, valuable advice and suggestions that I’ve gain throughout the years to young performers out there who are thinking about stepping into this industry with the only and most precious and priceless thing they have. Talent.
Here are my tho...
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It is holding us back.
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Here are some important advice I wish I had in my 20s:
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