Artist Development

  • Artist Development

    As an artist some people have natural talent and others develop talent through practicing, training and just working hard. Before an artist can fully blossom into being amazing and commanding their audience they must develop their “IT” factor. Which is being able to have great stage presence, a good overall look, personality and being able to adapt to any situation. A&R look for artist that already have that “IT” factor and if you don’t they won’t look at you twice. Like I said before some people are naturally born with it and others go through a process called Artist Development. Artist Development takes time and commitment so if you think you will reach your peak in one lesson you’re sadly mistaken.

    Through Artist Development you  find your strengths and weaknesses and make them both work for you on stage. For example if you’re a bad dancer this process will show you how to move around on stage instead of stand still showing the audience one of your weaknesses. While rehearsing, taping yourself and studying what you like and don’t like about your performance helps you grow as an artist. Learning choreography helps you pick up moves and allows you to jump in and out of set dances with the dancers to give the audience some good visuals. It also make you look more versatile knowing that you can either  rock your performance on the mic or tear up the stage while doing the dancers choreography.

    If you are interested in growing as an artist and you want to take your career seriously dedicate some time to work on your craft and actually be the best that your can be. At the end of the day as long as you tried and gave it your all you won’t be disappointed or have any regrets. As long as you are willing to work hard I’ll be willing to work hard with you. 

    For rates contact History by email at or by phone at (347) 687-1633. To learn more about him, read History’s bio.