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What to do after recording your song

4 February 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

Do you like the picture above? It is just for you, to help keep your mind at ease while reading this piece.  

You have spend time, money and energy on your new song, it sounds dope and you just can't wait to get it to your fans.  Not yet.  Do a survey first.   Sample opinions from a bunch of people (friends & strangers alike, not just friends) and be sure at least 60% or more like the song, then it is good to go. If less than 60% don't like the song, find out why and keep working at it.  No need to rush.  Quality work pays off.


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