To me, all urban music should be headquartered out of Atlanta. That becomes my question. Do you see any major shifts happening with that model? In terms of the whole scope, different strokes work for different folks. For us, it just happens to work for us like that. Migos, they can tell you how to get a billion streams.
What I can do is tell you how to put out music for free, tour that music, develop a strong following, sell merch and build a relationship with your audience. I think Drake and the Migos both came up in interesting ways.
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I remember when Drake was working on his first mixtape. I remember when the Migos came out everybody thought they were going to be one-hit wonders because Atlanta has had a lot of one-hit wonders. People tried to write them off. And you know a little bit of luck is always involved. With art, there is no formula for how to do it. The formula is just to keep doing it until you figure it out for you. How does this apply to you as a solo artist? For the solo artists that are out there I would say get with one or two producers who you know and trust, develop and build a sound.
I would say get a handle of your social media, start building a connection with your audience. And I would almost say get a publicist before you get a manager.
Get a publicist to help you blow your shit up. As a solo artist I define who I am, develop a style with a producer and hire someone to help me get the word out on myself. So coming back to Trigger Warning , what does the future of the show look like?
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