Dominating in the music industry is no easy task. Most people dream of being able to get a shot, let alone being able to dominate this arena. Getting your foot in the door is just one part of the struggle; the rest is keeping yourself afloat, which is the even harder part. The changing dynamics and the intense demands of the music industry make it one of the most difficult areas to work in. Recording artist Bryan Michael, however, not only got his foot in the door, but he is well on the way to dominating this space.
Bryan has a passion for making music, and it’s a job he has dreamed of. However, the journey to get there has not been easy. It took a while for Bryan to find his true place and a lot more struggle to get there. Early in his life, when Bryan was 17, he experienced two almost crushing moments. His father lost his job, and on top of that, his mother got ill. Both scenarios are enough to make a grown person question everything and make them miserable. However, not Bryan.
Bryan decided to learn from this; he took it as a lesson. Financial instability and the problems it can bring are often coupled with not having a lot of time. Taking up these lessons, Bryan started to look for something to do. The music industry was not in the picture at the time for Bryan.
He started to work in marketing for a local bar; however, to his disappointment, he realized this was not the job for him. Next up, Bryan took an interest in SEO, and this was where things started to pick up. Bryan became a company growth consultant. However, this wasn’t enough for him, and he knew his heart wanted more. Putting his passion for drumming into practice, Bryan finally entered the music industry.
Since then, Bryan has had the incredible opportunity to work and collaborate with artists such as French Montana, Lil Pump, Saint John, 50 Cent, MGK, and others. He has also released a few songs, which have been received very well, and even been called influential. Some of his music includes “Yahoo Boy,” “Kamil,” “Kishmel,” “Chicago O.G.s,” “194 Chicago Exotic,” and “Hubbard Inn Online.”
When remembering the challenges he’s faced, Bryan says that the biggest one he encountered was not being open to new ideas. Bryan advises everyone to always be open to opportunities and never say no without first checking up on them. He says that you should always take the interview and then see if the work fits you. Furthermore, Bryan recommends being self-confident. According to him, before anyone has confidence in you, you should be the one who shows it.
The future that Bryan is planning for himself seems spectacular; he wants to become one of the top artists in the US, which is definitely a goal he will achieve. The kind of persistence, passion, and love he has for his work is already proving itself and taking him higher in the industry, and his goals aren’t too far away either.