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<br />
1. Enter any kind of music contests or events for exposure.<br />
2. If you have some good songs recorded, give them to radio stations.<br />
3. Make friends that are in the industry.<br />
I was brainstorming.... hope that helps give some ideas!
send me $1,000 and i'll tell you the secret ;)<br />
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