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Hip-Hop Artist Daliesha Key Explains How To Make Money Making Songs

If you are going to go full-time as a musician, you will need several other music industry income sources. Part of the reality of being a working musician today is the need to expand your revenue streams. The more you can diversify your profits, and the more profitable your musical activities will be. If you have an excellent business sense, making money as a musician is not that hard. A little innovative idea can get you started. Here in the blog, hip-hop artist Daliesha Key explains how you can earn money from your song making activity.

Advertising Your Music

Digital marketing is a must; you need to be willingly accessible through all media platforms or discover a friendly aggregator that places your song all over the internet for you. You may prefer to set this up yourself.

Advertising music at shows is also imperative. You can sell CD-Rs; ensure that they are reasonably priced to sell at all your gigs or online.

Sell products

Band product is big business, mainly if you are a energetic music creator or a brand known for having a very devoted following. If you are presenting your talent in live shows can help generate extra income. But do not get carried away with luxurious purchases until you are sure there is a demand. Make your t-shirts, knobs and badges, stickers, and sell them at your shows or on your website.

Gigs / Play Live

Playing live is an obvious option when it comes to making money as a creative music maker. The majority of musicians enjoy performing live, and it can be a fantastic way to make money. Though, it would be best if you thought superior regarding revenue streams related to living concert. Try to obtain your gigs. If you do not have much of an established track record when it comes to pulling in a viewer, you are not in an immense position to demand hefty fees. Building up to this will get time. You won’t be in a situation to suppose large fees if you are a relative anonymous.

Create a Website

A website or blog is a great way to showcase your music, sell your C.D.s, and promote your gigs’ accessibility. It is a high-quality idea to have a website that features some examples of your talent. Ask your client to write a suggestion on your website if they are pleased.

YouTube Channel

YouTube is one more platform that continues to prove its achievement. YouTube permits musicians to make money every time those viewers play their content. The beauty of using YouTube as a platform is that it is free, you do not need to know anyone in the industry, and you can try repeatedly. Buy a camera, record yourself, and benefit from YouTube’s promotion program to make some extra money.

Songwriting or Composing

If you can write e a song, you could do it for other musicians, or compose music explicitly for movies and T.V. You will make performance royalties every time the song you wrote is executed.

Perform in Cafes, Clubs or Malls

Malls and stores are abundant, restaurants and hotels that require the musical group to set the mood for their clients. You can consider this if you are about to start your profession as a full-time musician. At times the companies grant equipment, and other times you have to get your own.

These are a few critical points described by hip hop artist Daliesha Key by adopting anyone can make money from making songs.


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