Being a singer and entertaining the world is quite a big dream for anyone. Making this dream come true is not as easy as it might seem to some. Even if you are able to become a big star of the music world, you still have to face lots of challenges that you might not have thought of before. This is the reason why so many stars fail to remain stars after getting temporary fame. There are many things that you have to bring in your life after becoming a singer in order to remain in the hearts of the people forever.
The first and most important thing is to learn how to sing better. If you are an artist who relies more on the new techniques of making someone sound beautiful, you will soon be forgotten. Only the best and natural voices are remembered in the world forever. Not to mention the fact that you will lose your credibility and fame when you have to sing live in front of the live audience. People know a lot about everything these days and it will not take them long to recognize that your voice on the recorded songs is a result of the use of new technology.
Practice your songs before you sing them live. This is an immensely important point that new singers often forget. Practice is something most people dont take seriously until they have faced the worst consequences of neglecting such an important thing. The thing about practice is that you can work on your weak points in the song. As for the modern live performances, there is a lot of technical equipment used during live sets and you have to practice a lot to get used to that equipment and its involvement in your songs.
Limit your tours if you have become a recognized singer. In the beginning, it seems quite obvious that you will have to do a lot of tours because you want to get noticed. Even then you should only tour as much as you can handle. Many great singers have lost their voices because they screwed their throats due to too many tours. Singing every day for hours for several months can have a bad impact on your voice. Give your throat some rest and relaxation in the middle of tours so you can sing for a long time.
Launch your albums and make your songs only when they are coming to you naturally. Sometimes singers, just to stay in the music scene would make songs in a hurry. By doing this they end up making subpar songs that dont have soul and are not as good as their previous entries. This really puts their fans off and results in reducing their followers. There is no problem in giving more than a years gap in between your albums. However, if you think new content coming in your mind is worth giving a shot, go for it and startle the world with your talent.
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