You should know by now that as an entertainer, you sometimes feel like a commodity to be sold in the market for the highest price. You have to be packaged in such a way that will be attractive to the public in order to entice them to fan you.
Is my talent not enough, you may ask?
Think of it like this…
Would you be enticed to buy a rich, creamy chocolate bar that is wrapped in old dirty newspaper?
NO WAY! (Unless that’t the niche you’re in.)
Branding yourself as a musician will help you cement your stand in industry. It will tell the people what you’ve got and what you can do as an artist.
To top it all, branding will define the rockstar qualities in you.
For you further enlightenment on branding, here are the ten things that will help you brand yourself and your music in a way that will be like a new fan magnet.
Let’s get started…
1. Tell your story
Start branding yourself as a musician by telling your story. Most people want to hear a story that flows along the line of Cinderella’s. You know, the of rags to riches kind or something that starts from having a dream which comes true after unexpected twists and turns. You might say that you were just a sales clerk who rich customers snarled at, and that you kept on dreaming of becoming a star until the big break came. If your life before stardom has not been that dramatic, find some point