Money is the least important condition, according to award-winning artiste manager, blogger, PR, and promoter Elorm Beenie, when accepting an artiste to manage or promote.
On 3FM Desire, Elorm Beenie told Giovani that a musician who wants to break through must first love and be driven by music.
Additionally, as the talent's career develops, he or she must be prepared to relearn much of what they have learned and be open to learning new things.
“First, you need to have the motivation or enthusiasm.” “The second thing is that you must be eager and ready to learn, unlearn, and relearn new things as you go along,” he stated.
While many people rank money and finance as the top demands, according to Elorm, those are actually secondary.
“Some individuals bring money, yet the money is worthless.” I must uphold a standard. I won't say that I can't because of money; I'll check into it. “What am I pushing aside from the budget?” he questioned.
Elorm Beenie is confident that all the artists will generate garbage instead of music if these conditions are not met.