Interview with Game (Busy Works Beats)
He is the man with experience, who knows how things work. The Game is the owner of the www.busyworksbeats.com and running his own business in the music industry. Here are some useful tips from him.
JB Beats: How did you achieve such a success in the music realm?
Game: It all starts with the desire to give your best. Without giving your best, you will not see extraordinary results. I have a free course at http://busyworksbeats.com/virus which explains the first steps of building your business and gaining your own loving fanbase.
JB Beats: On what project/ projects are you working at this moment?
Game: I am working on delivering training which our clients want, free of charge. We will be having more content on our YouTube page for free soon.
JB Beats: At your point of view, what styles of music are the most popular nowadays?
Game: I’ve found there is pop, and classic pop. I think classic pop won’t go anywhere. Classic big cinematic drum sound, acoustic instruments, rustic type of sound, old American type of sound.
JB Beats: What qualities do you need to achieve success in the show business?
Game: I’m not in the “show” business. But success is universal, it’s just that the activities change among the industries.
JB Beats: What is the most important ingredient for the development of an artist?
Game: What’s most important is that you FULLY understand your audience. Too many think their own opinion trumps the opinion of their audience.
JB Beats: In your opinion, what is the best way to get signed to the Record Label?
Game: I’ve never been signed to a record label, but I have had larger corporations come to me as a partner. I can say, you should build in order to attract the attention of the higher ups. That’s what the free virus course at http://busyworksbeats.com/virus is all about.
We’ve attracted celebrities like Rodney Jerkins, Warren G, and even Sound Oracle just by doing those exact things.
JB Beats: How important is it to have connections in the music business?
Game: I think relationships are the only true way to scale easier.
JB Beats: What is your advice to the beginner musician / DJ?
Game: Decide to be your best self and give it your all or else you won’t see results worth working for. Learn your craft FIRST. Invest in yourself FIRST. And don’t wait until things are perfect, just keep producing.
JB Beats: If you had a shipwreck and got on a desert island which 3 things would you take with you?
Game: My Girl, My computer, and something that generates internet.