BTS‘s Suga is grateful for his firm, BIGHIT MUSIC. In an interview with Weverse Magazine, he mentioned his place within the leisure business as a singer, rapper, and producer. He agreed that success is extraordinarily tough to realize, and he was capable of come to date due to his label.
The wonderful thing about the label I’m with is that they hearken to the artists’ opinions. I believe each we and the label know to a sure diploma what sorts of actions can be finest commercially talking.
He additionally knew that his personal exhausting work and perseverance couldn’t be undermined. If different artists hope to succeed, they need to have the ability to endure their grueling schedule as a lot as attainable.
But the query is whether or not the physique can endure it or not. If the fatigue builds up as you constantly do these promotional actions, it’s exhausting to do them the best way you probably did whenever you first debuted.
At the identical time, firms ought to know when sufficient is sufficient. Suga berated the companies who overwork their drained artists.
In that case, I believe the label must actively accommodate the artist’s views about what they will and can’t do. An angle that’s identical to, ‘Oh, we made you kids, and as long as you just do what we tell you to it’ll all work out, so simply do it’—I believe that actually doesn’t make any sense.
As somebody who has been within the business for years, he’s seen conditions of abuse. He known as these sorts of firms the “biggest issue” within the business.
Of course, there may nonetheless be conditions the place the label needs to be pushy like that, clearly. But I heard there’s been occasions the place a label will simply say, ‘Do it,’ with none clarification to the artist, or, ‘Why are you talking so much?’ I believe that’s the most important difficulty and it’s destroying the business. If you simply see the artist as a product, how can they do something artistic?
In Suga’s opinion, the wholesome situation of the artist is precursory to them giving a fantastic efficiency: “I really think it’s very contradictory to ask the people on stage to put on an enjoyable performance when they’re experiencing neither fun nor enjoyment.”