Whitemoney who emerged as the winner of Big Brother Naija season six disclosed that he will focus on his music career now that the reality t.v show is over, he made this disclosure when Ebuka asked him what he intends to do after leaving the Big Brother Naija house.
Most Big Brother Naija participants find it hard to thrive in the Nigerian music industry because it's very competitive. Laycon is the only Big Brother Naija participant that has achieved a lot of success in the music industry, Whitemoney might also be successful like Laycon if he replicate some of the things Laycon did in the music industry.
Picture Credit: Instagram page of Laycon
Picture Credit: Twitter page of Whitemoney
1. COLLABORATE WITH POPULAR MUSICIANS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY
One of the reasons why Laycon has released several hit songs is because he features popular musicians, in his debut album which is titled "Shall We Begin", Laycon featured popular Nigerian musicians such as Mayorkun, Terri, Joeboy and Teni. This is something Whitemoney should learn from Laycon in order to become successful in the music industry.
2. MAINTAIN A GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS FANS
Laycon's fans have played a key role in his music career, they assist him in promoting his music, they also post the links of his songs on different social media platforms, they do all these because they have a good relationship with him. If Whitemoney can maintain a good relationship with his fans, they will also assist him in promoting his songs, this will be beneficial to his music career.
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