Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen and so many more, are popular names of singers who essentially started their career by YouTube. Youtube on its own is a constantly expanding platform, and as more and more musician’s take to YouTube to make their voice heard the more they grow.
That’s not to say that general hard work and all round performance arts will eventually die out, but to really diversify and kick ass, with your fan base, whether you are a rock band or heavy metal or just simply playing out of your mum’s basement. Music is a difficult industry great musicians like Ed-Sheeran would have to play in subways for years before he actually kick started his career when someone posted a video of him on Youtube.
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Youtube may very well be the way forward for the music industry itself is very inviting to change and as any struggling music artist knows a proper quality over quantity ration is incredibly tough, that’s where social media platforms and media sharing apps come in. Although there are some drawbacks, and I’m not saying that Youtube is also entirely perfect, like any great thing there are advantages and disadvantages, the main condition being that although these platforms can really diversify your music, however it can also serve the purpose of completely derailing your music career altogether, public criticism is the worst problem for anyone on Youtube or other platforms as they may already know, it’s like I said before you must change with the times which indirectly means you must do what people want you to do!
Moreover, some artist tends to make money from YouTube, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but at the same time you are basically giving up your quality of music. Have you ever seen a music video with ads? The music industry may be tough but you must never compromise on the music, excuse me if I sound too Lucious Lyon but I guess what I’m trying to say is music has always come from the heart and it should always continue like that whatever platform you choose to express it.