Music Artists You Should Talk About Your Problems!

Music Artists You Should Talk About Your Problems!

Music Artists You Should Talk About Your Problems Transcript

00:00:02 – 00:16:18

In this video, I’m going to talk to you about how you can completely resolve any type of issues that you’re having with your music career, especially when it comes to your team. If you have a manager, you have another artist you work with. Imma how to resolve it and make sure that it does not escalate. And, you know.

00:17:11 – 00:36:09

Okay. Thank you. Let’s talk about it. I’m Rob Level and this is Smart Rapper, let’s go now. As a music artist, you should talk about your problems. And I’m aware that conflict is difficult. I’ve never met an artist or anyone else, with the exception of a few people that have just been really sh-t on life, you know, who enjoys being in conflict.

00:36:10 – 00:55:12

However, for you or your team members to perform well, you must have an open line of contact with them. You can’t bring yourself to speak directly with the person who’s bothering you and then, you know, relay that message to a team member, for example, and as quick as possible. It is a problem. Let’s keep it real. And there’s nothing worse than allowing a little issue to escalate into massive crisis.

00:55:13 – 01:15:29

All right. Generally, if you discuss them when they’re tiny, they’ll remain small. And, you know, frequently they’ll go away. And usually just they’re just small, little simple misunderstandings. Okay. But you discuss your difficulties openly and they’re not resolved. You should make a change. No one has the right to demand that you sign a lifetime contract. Discuss it. People in the circumstances change with time.

01:16:00 – 01:43:20

Those who are extraordinary to you at one point in your life may no longer be interested in you if your professional career is declined. Because, you know, it just it doesn’t make sense for that. So things are going to change, all right. Or they may no longer be able to manage you if they weren’t able to grow with you and your job and they can’t help you, or if you changed up or your music changed too much and it’s not what they believe in or they don’t believe that they’re right for it anymore, you know, and people who would actually do that, I respect them for knowing the difference.

01:43:28 – 02:06:24

But the thing is, is that blind loyalty doesn’t do any good for anybody. Nobody to me, loyalty implies that you don’t turn your head and run away with every, you know, amazing person or artist that walks by. And as you get more successful, more and more attractive, people will try to lure you both physically and figuratively. Okay. However, since devotion is a two way street, you are entitled to the same dedication from your manager.

02:07:01 – 02:21:21

You are only required to stay with someone as long as they are performing well for you. If you are not receiving the service you desire. Loyalty requires that you discuss the issue with them and let them know that has to be altered for you to continue forward. Again, if you don’t want to do it personally, do it to a teammate, a friend.

02:21:21 – 02:37:10

If things are still not being done properly and you’re certain that your issues were conveyed correctly but never change, make a change. Do so for the correct reasons, not the wrong. Did you know that I have over 100 masterclasses to help music artists just like you and me get from wherever you are to where you want to be.

02:37:10 – 02:53:29

And this stuff covers every single possible area you can think of and is free to check out. If you click this video, it’s going to show you all of the different masterclasses that I have. And I know at least one of them is going to be right for you. Right click this video. I’m Rob level from Smart Rapper, 450,000 subscribers almost 50 million views can’t be wrong. Click this video, check it out and keep hustling. I’ll see you at the top.

Keep hustling, and I’ll see you at the top!

-Rob Level

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