Published August 26, 2017 by Slick for SFR Beats
1) Customize your set list for your venue
3) Start strong (upbeat cover songs are good here unless you have a popular song yourself)
4) Talk to your Audience throughout
5) Move around the stage (or off the stage)
6) End strong (upbeat cover songs are good here unless you have a popular song here)
7) Socialize with your fans afterwards if you can
Hey what's going on world? This is your boy Slick, So Fo Real Productions, Real Beats For Real Artists. I'm here to tell you seven steps to a great live show. The first thing to know is to have the proper set list for your venue. Know what venue you're at and have the proper set list for that. Number two you want to have a good sound check. Always make sure that your sound is right before you start performing. Number three, make sure you start strong. Don't start out with a wack song. Start out with one of your strongest songs. Alright?
Number four, talk to your audience. Make sure you are talking to your audience and you're not just putting on a show for yourself okay. Number five, make sure you end strong. You want to start, you want to actually end stronger than you start. Alright? And very last, actually before the last thing you want to make sure that you move around the stage okay. Don't stand still in one spot. You got to move around. You can even jump off the stage and into the crowd.
The very last thing you want to do is after your gig, socialize with the crowd. You want to make sure that you're in touch with all your audience. You don't want to just leave them hanging. You want to actually socialize with them and get them to like you and be your marketing mouthpiece after the show okay. So that's seven steps. Yall remember that, alright! This is your boy Slick, So Fo Real Productions, Real Beats For Real Artists.
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