Musician Allan Ampaire, aka Allan Toniks, advises aspiring artists to “start small” in order to achieve success. (Allan Toniks advises new artists to start small )
Allan Toniks believes that rushing things is detrimental to emerging artists because rushing things usually yields poor results.
He explained that musical art does not work as easily as it appears on paper, and that reality is harsh and varied in this industry.
Toniks also advised them to start small in their local areas and then gradually spread their wings.
Artists attempting to break into the industry should be aware that musical art does not work automatically.
You must begin small, in villages or elsewhere, and gradually expand your horizons.
Allan Toniks shared the tip while appearing on NTV’s Koona show, where he encouraged fellow musicians to pull up their socks because musicians all over the world are competing.
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I inform my fellow musicians that we are competing on a global scale. To maintain our brand, we must be selfish enough. South Africa is well-known for “Amapiano,” which is their brand. (Allan Toniks advises new artists to start small – Uganda music downloads)