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Kamelmat / Blog

Extract from the last interview on Exposed Vocals

I thought this part of the questions and answers are a must to bare in mind for anyone trying to make their way on the music bizz.

How did you hear about Exposed Vocals? Why did you decide to sign up? I got contacted by an Exposed vocals rep. through I think was, reverbnation or one of those platforms. The world of music bizz I grew up to was a complete different one than now. People got famous after a lot of giging and hard work as a musician, there was this kind of paradigm of: “you are good, you´ll make it”. I won´t say unfortunately because things are just the way they are, and the world evolved in a different fashion, or at least the music bizz changed radically. With internet (again) labels got trashed, so the money was gone, and investing on an artist starting and developing his career kind of flew out the window. More and more Labels decided to get someone who has most of the job done and just blow it up. So this is my answer to why signing up to Exposed vocals. I went to one of the best music schools, and music marketing at the time was an optional course. Music being what it is nowadays, all music schools should emphasize on Music Marketing, Social Media and networking. Skill nowadays has gone a lot further than just being good at your instrument or your composing, you need to convince people to pay attention to you, cause there are millions of great musicians just a click away of what you are offering. Personal Branding and Marketing is as an important part of your career as your music skills are. This is just the rules of the game, and if you want to play big leagues, you need to do that. That is why you will find Kamelmat (Matias Kamelman) on every social network and I personally manage and control most of them. I signed up to exposed vocals cause the kind of exposure it promotes.