Why Do Artists Find It Hard To Stay Relevant After Their First Big Break? : Information You Never Miss Out
We have seen the likes of Flexy B (Umbele), Viktoh (Skibi Dat), Junior Boy (Irapada), Dremo (Ojere) struggling after dropping their first major bangers even though they are very much talented.
Why is this so?
Let’s Swing Into Action…
1. They Are Not Creative Enough: There are artist who are not creative enough to stay long in the game because they can’t flow with the tides.
In the first instance they blow because at that point in time that was the tune and sound bursting people’s head but when it change, they find it hard to change and in turn they fade away.
When we talk of creativity, all the elements that make up good music have to come into place both the sound, style, lyrics, and so on.
2. They Try Too Hard To Convince The Crowd : The biggest problem after getting that big break is to not lose it afterwards and most artist try to hard to achieve that.
Instead of sticking with their style they jump into another boat because it is the one working at that moment and then they fumble and get lost from the minds of their fans.
Artist like Mr Eazi knows his strength and stick to it that’s why we still love him till date. I’m not saying its bad but it is always to early to change when you have not find your feet.
3. They Don’t Know Their Strength : Training is very important for every artist and that’s what most Nigerian artist lack.
They all think is all about going to the studio to make a song, music is more than that. If most artist know their strengths and weaknesses they will still be relevant today after getting their big break.
If you do well with Street song, stick to it. If your strength is doing song that Motivates people, go with it instead of switching to Party banging tune.
To Be Continue😁