Why being in a group is the perfect career choice.

We explore why starting your music career in a group is the perfect choice for artists who want to make their dreams come true.

     You may have heard that it's much easier to start your music career in a band or group. This is true, as there are many benefits to it. With this post, we will explore why starting your music career in a group is the perfect choice for musicians who want to make their dreams come true.

If you're looking for a way to get your name out there but don't know where to start, joining a group might be just what you need.  The music industry is a competitive and demanding place. The more you have to offer, the better your chances of being successful. That’s why starting your career in a group is one of the smartest things you can do as an artist! A group of talented musicians, singers and rappers all in one spot is a recipe for success.

Check out these awesome 5 benefits:

1.  Instant feedback on your work - The stronger your team's chemistry is, the more creative you can be as an individual and there will always be someone to back you up. There's also something special about being able to share your art with other people in order to make it grow. Knowing that what you're doing isn't just for yourself makes it feel like what you're doing really matters and if anything ever goes wrong, there will always be someone there who has got your back!

2.  Collaborating with others -  Working in a group keeps creativity flowing so that no idea goes unexplored or unused. You get instant backup vocals, harmonies, instrumentation and songwriting support from other talented musicians who are just like you. What’s not to love?

3.  More people for live shows - When it comes to 5 member groups, everyone has their favorite group member.  This automatically mutiplies a groups success by 5.  The bigger the group means more gigs and bigger crowds and a perfect way to showcase your talent without having as much pressure on yourself when performing. With different personalities that complement each other, that sense of belonging and camaraderie makes a group shine on stage.

4. You learn more - Group members can share their talents with each other and learn from one another. Collaboration in groups is more efficient than solo work because it takes less time for the recording process and decisions to be made.

5. It's easier to find success - As a group there are more people working towards the same goal than just an individual effort. The best groups can bring something new to the table that no one artist could do on their own and it's a great way to share the workload when promoting and touring.


6.  People love nostalgia - Some groups are remaking and remixing songs from decades ago.  A recent article in The New York Times states that people are listening to music from decades ago more than ever before. In fact, it's estimated that around 30% of all Spotify streams on the platform are songs recorded before 1990. This phenomenon is happening not just because we have a greater access to older music now, but also because people love hearing a memory in an updated way, wanting something familiar but also updated for today.

If you're a artist, looking for the next step in your career and want to make it big, look no further than starting your music career in a band or group. Not only will this give you an edge because there's more marketing power behind bands, but it'll also allow you to collaborate with others who share similar goals as well as provide support that may be lacking when going solo.

Your chances of becoming famous skyrocket when there's even one person outside of yourself that believes in what you're doing. With so many benefits associated with being part of a group, now is the time to take advantage of them by uploading your video today!

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