Don't forget to do a metric shitload of copyright law research before you start signing stuff.
Lots of luck would help. Then join ascap where you can get a publishing company for your original songs...a MUST have. Also having an entertainment lawyer wouldn't be a bad idea. Entertainment law covers an area of law which involves media of all types TV, film, music, publishing, advertising, internet & new media, etc. and stretches over various legal fields, including but not limited to corporate, finance, intellectual property, publicity and privacy, and first amendment
1. Enter any kind of music contests or events for exposure.
2. If you have some good songs recorded, give them to radio stations.
3. Make friends that are in the industry.
I was brainstorming.... hope that helps give some ideas!
send me $1,000 and i'll tell you the secret ;)
seriously, idk. i've had a lot of friends in bands, and friends who managed bands, and i really didn't see any correlation between how good they were and how well they did. i think you need a good agent and producer. good luck!
Start by a free show then find a producer to help you start
You need to join a boy band