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BALANCE your MUSIC CAREER and PERSONAL LIFE (it's important)

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BALANCE your MUSIC CAREER and PERSONAL LIFE (it's important)

CD.mp3 breaksdown an R&B sample in the style of Bryson Tiller and Drake in FL Studio 2022.

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Why 86% Of Musicians Will Never Become Successful | Are You One Of THEM?!

Let's be honest, most musician fail to turn music into a career and it's not because they lack the musical ability. You might think I'm going to say that they fail because they don't understand marketing, but that's not even it. The root of the problem is far deeper than talent or marketing systems and it's heartbreaking because it can be avoided completely. The issue is that most people don't even know that they're part of the problem so that they can snap out of it and get back on track. This video will trigger some people and that's ok. It needed to be said.

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Adam Ivy

This Is WHY Your Music Career Will Fail | *TRIGGER WARNING*

Pursuing a music career isn't easy and most will fail, but by learning and understanding one simple concept you'll increase your chances of finding success by a over thousand times. Yes, really. Over the years I have worked with hundreds of students directly and in doing so I have found a pattern in those who struggle the most in finding traction. It's not that their music is bad. It's not that they're not driven. It's not even an issue with time or money. It's all about opening their eyes to something that most overlook or ignore.

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Adam Ivy

Stop Feeding Your Ego | It's Ruining Your Music Career

When building a career in music it's easy to obsess over the numbers. How many streams, followers, likes...and the list goes on. All of those things definitely matter when tracking growth, but the dark side of that obsession leads some to desperation. They chase the numbers as if the numbers themselves are the goal and lose sight of what those stats represent. Years of hard work can be erased and progress ruined with the click of a mouse.

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Adam Ivy