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Young Artists Challenged to Get Educated in Other to Have a Successful Music Career | 2022 and Beyond

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The growing call for young talents venturing into music as a career to get professional about it has been intensified. The need to acquire formal education in your chosen discipline in the many opportunities available in the music industry cannot be overemphasized. This call was made by music business mentor and artist manager, Christopher Odiley who is also the CEO of Morgeez Records.

In the latest article published on the Morgeez Official Blog. Chris drew the lines between the opportunities in the music industry and the need to get early education as a priority if youngsters really wanna make music an enduring career in their lives and make much-needed progress.

The article went further to explore and expose all the hidden opportunities in the music industry of which most of them, if not all, will require the attainment of minimum high school certs to advanced studies leading to a college degree.

The article went ahead to stress the obvious fronting and flaunting attitudes of the mainstream artists that serve as a lure for the young teens who got caught up in the middle of their decision to continue schooling or should they dump the schooling to follow what they called “my dream”. By and large, the point was made clear as to no substitute for education. Because a thorough education on your passion and talent is actually the beginning of your chasing “your dream”.

I do indulge you to check out the article and its bundle of advice on how to go about your career so that you can become profitable in the long run.

Do you really think education is necessary for your quest to succeed in your music career? If yes or no, what is the motivation behind your stance. Leave your comments below and remember to share this news on all your social networks. Cuz you might be saving someone else’s music career.

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