“A Viral Moment on TikTok Might Not Change Your Life”: Tunde Ednut Gives Lessons to Upcoming Artists

“A Viral Moment on TikTok Might Not Change Your Life”: Tunde Ednut Gives Lessons to Upcoming Artists

  • Popular Nigerian social media blogger and promoter Tunde Ednut delivered his knowledge of what an upcoming artist can do to stand out in the music industry
  • The sensational media personality believes that it takes more than one’s mentor or Idolo to make an artist blow and remain relevant
  • Ednut went on to explain the important steps an upcoming musician can take which include building a fanbase

Popular Nigerian blogger and one-time Afro-rap artist released a note to upcoming artists on how to make it in the highly competitive industry.

The timely social media influencer took to social media to make a post on what music newbies should know before shoving their songs down people’s throats.

Tunde Ednut
Nigerian social media blogger Tunde Ednut Credit: @mazitundednut
Source: Instagram

According to Tunde, Wizkid and Burnaboy have signed talented individuals in the past, but they were not able to turn these artists into household names.

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Tunde wants upcoming artists to know that what will make their talent sell and stand the test of time amidst other undeniable voices in the country is the fan base they build online, not any idolo.

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In Tunde Ednut’s words:

"A true fan is one who supports your music hustle with his time, data, money, and emotional investment. For example, the WIZKID FC, OUTSIDERS, AND 30BGs are strong supporters of their idolos. What will guarantee that you last and prosper in this business is your FANBASE. Not any idolo. There are many artists in Nigeria with BIG SONGS, but they will never be able to have a fanbase that supports their careers. They will only have moments, and never a movement.The goal should be to build a fanbase so one can sell different products and experiences. It is better to channel your energy into things you can control."  Tunde Ednut's words in part.

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Netizens react to Tunde Ednut’s pep talk on making it in the music industry

ayomidate:

"No provoke God everything gonna be fine bro.❤️"

jeydsnl_:

" All my hopes on God❤️❤️ in God alone ❤️❤️❤️❤️ the journey continues.✌️"

myselfdefense_ng:

" I don’t know why I don’t believe in destiny helper as the only way to blow some people put so much hope on destiny helper thing that they forget the real hustle. Stop waiting for someone to help you cross the road you’ve all it takes to cross the d*mn road yourself."

mrpresidennnt:

"Amazing write up but he forgot to mention the most important element which is GRAACE OF GOD!!! Fan base or not, when the grace of God activate for your life your movement will be unstoppable. Always pray for grace."

official_revoltx:

"STARBOY no be God keep working if he go help you he go help ."

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Speed Darlington drags Tunde Ednut, says FBI to investigate him

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that rapper Speed Darlington argued on social media over a video post made about celebrity blogger, Tunde Ednut.

Darlington talked down on the blogger's lavish birthdays in different Nigerian states and countries all over the world.

He accused Ednut of being a scammer, and many Nigerians were quick to set him straight on behalf of the blogger.

Source: Legit.ng

Authors:
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Chinasa Afigbo (Editor) Chinasa Afigbo is a pop culture/music journalist and content writer with over four years of experience in other mainstream media organisations, including Vanguard Media and Guardian Life. She holds a degree in Information Management Technology from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO). She also moved on to pursue courses in writing & media communications. Chinasa has also been published in other Intl journals, like The African Report. Reach her at: chinasa.afigbo@corp.legit.ng.

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