Showcasing Your Talent: Could You Be The Next Chart-Topping Artist?

Chasing your dreams can be overwhelming, so follow our guide and learn some tips on how to best get yourself out there! You never know, you could be the next best thing!

If you’re gifted, you should make the most of your natural talents. If you can sing like an angel or play any tune on the piano with your eyes shut, it’s a shame to hide away. Who knows? You could be the next big thing. If you’re eager to make it is the music industry, there’s never been a better time to give it a shot. Here are some hints and tricks that could make you the next chart-topping artist.

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Get yourself out there

If you talk to the big names, you’ll find that most started out gigging in local clubs and community centers. You may not get huge crowds. But everyone has to start somewhere. Hopefully, you’ll find that crowds grow, and you can fill larger venues. It’s also worth contacting other bands or individuals and asking about providing a support act. This is a great way of amping into an existing fan base and creating interest in your music.

Lay down some tracks

If you’re in a band or you’re a singer, record some tracks. You can send CDs out to record labels, or have some ready to sell if people like you at gigs or when you’re busking. It’s worth paying for digital remastering and paying attention to packaging. Once you’ve got an idea of what you want, you can use services like Nationwide Disc replication to produce a series of copies. If you’ve got something to show people, you’re more likely to succeed.

Upload your music

In this day and age, most of us are reliant on the Internet. If you upload music, you can access an audience of billions of people. Using sites like YouTube, you can showcase your talents, and try to get your music heard. If you make a splash, keep updating your channel or profile, and encourage your followers to share your videos and clips. You’ll be amazed at how fast things can spiral online.

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Take advantage of social media

Most of us use social media on a daily basis. Primarily, it’s a way of connecting with friends and family. But it’s also a great platform to market yourself. If you’re trying to establish yourself as an artist, you can set up a fan page, and get people talking. Encourage friends to share your page, and upload clips and links to your website. Keep people informed about live performances and provide information about where to buy songs or albums. If you’re planning a gig, you can also set up an online event, and send out invitations.


Networking is a fantastic way of getting a foot in the door, and meeting people who could potentially change your career. Look out for details of events like unsigned band or new music showcases. You never know who you might meet that might be able to help you out later, or introduce you to someone else. Just remember, the point of networking is also to be willing to help others out too! This is the chance to build a great group of people around you so you can all support each other, especially creatively!

Are you eager to top the charts or sell out stadium gigs? If so, it’s time to try to hit the big time. Get some tracks laid down, and some CDs printed. Upload videos online, and create social media accounts. Contact bands and venues and try to arrange gigs. Keep your ear to the ground, and listen out for details of events that may provide valuable networking opportunities. Good luck!

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