Black Girls Make Music Ep. 6 Take Your Time! Do It Right!
Dear Black Girl Making Music,
Take your time. There is no rush. It's okay to go slow.
There are benefits to being a beginner. NO ONE KNOWS WHO YOU ARE:
You have more room to make mistakes without anyone seeing You have more room to try new things out and experiment with your sound without losing a following you've built over time. You can change your mind without people knowing.
There are benefits to growing slowly:
You build a strong foundation You aren't rushing the process You can make sure that that what you create is to your standards, authentic, and true to you. It ensures that you're not trying to be "trendy" and follow the ever changing "trends", but that you create music you believe in. It allows you to create great music without getting overwhelmed, discouraged or burned out. Builds Character and Discipline for continued success.
There are a lot of artists out there who take their time to create a beautiful work of art that resonates with others over a long period of time:
Solange - A seat at the Table Frank Ocean - Channel Orange and Blonde Lauryn Hill - Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
Try picking ONE thing you can start to do consistently to get you further along in your creative journey as a musical artist.
One mix a day/week Write a song a week Sing a Song a Day Write 16 bars a Day
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