How to Write a Bio
Whats up people,
Today I want to talk about something that is very important, but often over looked. Having a biography or a bio. A biography is
Your project’s background should not be what the bio is about. It does not involve the meeting at a party of rapper James and singer Andrew and the way they made a decision in the morning to set up a band. The bio involves the current.
What kind of music do you produce? What is the location of your project? What motivates you? What elements have you presented? What are the attainments of the project so far?
Respond to these queries and present it in words ranging between 200 and 300, of genuine promotion language. I cannot emphasise sufficiently, engaging the services of an online marketing expert to assemble your bio; it would be best if you managed to get a writer whose speciality is music promotion.
Engaging an expert writer will make sure that your bio contains the correct keywords and that it immediately captivates the interest in readers. In case you are on a budget, you can definitely personally write your bio; simply do not forget to keep away from pretence and concentrate on the current.
Your bio ought to be a single, comprehensible page. Experts who are busy desire to go directly to the point and avoid having their time misused. You just need to include data which describes your skills for the individual you are writing to.
Are you getting in touch with a rep for A&R and looking for a recording deal? Or is your writing aimed at letting your fans know you? Display your skills and prospects to enable people to be aware of what to anticipate from your music.
Make a list of your most remarkable recordings and/or performances. In case you possess them, talk about popular quotes from famous individuals in the industry of music, music reviews, interviews, fans and clients.
If you do not possess any quotes but you have fans, request them for some! Do you possess new recordings which will be released in future or particular performances? Make a list of them also.
And there you have it people, How to Write a Bio. Remember those five question you should ask yourself before you a start writing. What does your music sound like? Where is your project based? What are you influenced by? What material have you put out? What has the project achieved so far? That is all for now. If you have any question, don’t shy hit me up on Facebook, Twitter, Email, or just leave a comment in the box below. Oh yeah before I go, if you need beats for your project or just looking for a new sound CLICK HERE.