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“I Wanted to Be a Rockstar” – Brandon Roscoe Says All Dreams Are Valid

We are all born dreamers, but many are afraid of abandoning everything and devoting their entire lives to reaching them. Brandon Roscoe believes that making a dream come true, in most instances, comes with a price. It demands effort, motivation, and especially determination. Not to mention, chasing dreams comes with risks and implications, if things are not done strategically. Still, if things do not work out your way, at least you can commend yourself for trying. What if it works?

Brandon Roscoe is an alternative/rap musician. He has been in the business of making music for almost ten years. Like any other creative, Brandon Roscoe is determined to refine his talent and get noticed in unfamiliar territories all over the world. Authenticity is key for him when writing lyrics because he wants his songs to positively impact the lives of his fans. He is motivated by the sincere urge to help people feel better about themselves and the situations they could be dealing with. Bradon Roscoe says that his path to stardom started with a dream – to become a renowned rock star.

Dreams are like life missions, and we are expected to give them a chance because it is worth trying. As a child, Brandon Roscoe wanted to be a rock star, and thanks to the support system that surrounded him at that time, he got the opportunity to explore the chances of this potential reality. He started playing the guitar at the age of 9 years old. Since then, music has characterized his life endeavors in one way or another. He eventually became a recording engineer, actively mixing and mastering songs from different genres. The experience he got from this engagement gave him the motivation to branch out and try out his own art.

Brandon Roscoe insists that our dreams are like faith, and faith without action is dead. He stresses the notion that without hard work, all dreams will be futile. His musical talents could not have been noticed without putting in the time and effort to become the best. Rockstars spend sufficient time in the studio; they have a sincere urge to learn new things, and they strive to connect with other creatives who can inspire them to become better performers. This is Brandon Roscoe’s version of putting in the work for our dreams in order to make them valid.

In the next 5 years, Brandon Roscoe dreams of being the greatest musician of all time. He would want to try out more music collaborations with famous and prominent artists. Brandon Roscoe wants to continue learning with the sole intention of refining his art. Be sure to listen to his newest album, “Ticking TimeBomb”.


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