Coronavirus has changed the music business due to lockdowns and social distancing. Global News Ink will be interviewing artists from the award-winning dance music promotions company Sobel Promotions (www.sobelpromotions.com) to learn how the music business is being altered by the global pandemic.
Billboard Charting artist K-Syran gives her thoughts.
What was the last thing you did musically prior to Coronavirus lockdown?
Releasing my new single “Warrior” that also features in the movie I’m playing the lead, Ellida, The Lady From The Sea, with the music video https://youtu.be/ByIaf6fGrhg
I feel the song is actually perfect and gives the right message in these strange times. We all need to bring our Warrior our now and fight together this awful virus❤️
What are you doing musically now?
I’m writing a new song every day and many days trying to learn a new song at the piano. Really helps me to sing and play the piano, makes me in a better mood.
We were told things will never go back to the way they were prior to Coronavirus until we discover a vaccine. If social distancing remains, what do you think the future of the music business would look like?
I believe it would be more of virtual concerts which of course is not the same feel but could be with a talk after so the fans can interact and feel closer to the artist.
Do you have any advice to DJ’s and artists on how to remain relevant and keep their names out there during lockdown?
Don’t stop creating and share on social media. As an artist, you have to continue expressing yourself and people need music more than ever now with this world we live in. As my song says “Look At What You Have”, such an important thing in life. Appreciate everything you have and as long as we are all still breathing keep creating.
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