THIS is How to Get Noticed Rapping

By Tiara Ogabang

This article will tell you how to promote yourself as a rapper. If you are interested in becoming a professional rapper, you must be able to convince a company that your skills are unique and that they need you to bring your unique talents to them.

However, this is no easy task and you will have to dig deep and do the hard work it takes to get your name out there. This article will teach you exactly how to build your confidence, market yourself, and earn your living as a rap artist.

Hopefully, by the end of this article, you will have the tools you need to succeed. We are going to teach you exactly what it takes to be successful as a professional rapper. In order to become successful, you will have to manage your image as well as establish yourself as the top rapper in your area.

To do this, you will have to be willing to work hard and take the necessary steps in order to get noticed. But we promise, after you read our guide, you will be able to get noticed.

Plan Your Rap Career


Now that you have a grasp of the basics, you can start building your confidence and project yourself as the greatest rapper in the world. First off, you need to set your goals.

Most rappers do not become successful by chance, and you need to make sure you are going to become a top rapper. This will not happen by chance, and you need to identify your goals and ensure that they are attainable.

Once you decide what you want, you need to develop a plan. So what is the plan?

Develop Your Style

The first step in developing your career is to figure out what style you want to use. The reason you want to figure this out is that you can then choose the style that will work for you and help you gain credibility. Think of this as a large canvas to paint on.

First you have to decide if you want to be the good guy or the bad guy. Are you going to be a stereotypical rapper that just raps, or are you going to become a tough guy?

Are you going to have a high-pitched voice or a deep voice? Figure out how you want your songs to sound and then develop a signature style that will work for you.

Find a PR agent

A PR agent is the person who gets your music out their to new audiences through media appearences. We offer PR services on our website where we get our clients placements in music blogs with over 10,000-100,000 views a month.

A good PR agent will determine the type of people that want to listen to your music and find media to write about you and your work.

This will get a large audience to listen to your music who would have never encountered it before.

Think about how you want people to receive your music, and then hire the person that will promote your album to most people. This is the most important step, because if your songs aren’t distributed to the right people, you are not going to be successful.

Get a Marketing Plan


Once you have decided on a PR agent, you need to get a marketing plan.

Your plan needs to be short and simple so that you can easily update it.

The last thing you want to do is to create a marketing plan and then have to go back to the drawing board when you start promoting your album.

A good marketing plan is three months usually and it could look like this:


Plan your album or single release for late March. Start getting your PR agent looking for media so you can get appearances.

Media appearances could be feature articles all about you where the writer takes an interest in your story and wants to explore your career thus far.

They could also be interviews on media websites where YOU tell your story.


Once your publicist has secured the interviews and feature articles the writers will want to ask you questions so that they can properly write about you.

Answer them. Make sure you have high-quality photos to use as well!

All the while you should be teasing on social media about your big release. Post photos of the studio, album artwork or other tidbits that people can latch onto.


This is your big release month. After all the teasing on social media, you should be ready to release your album.

Post your album and see the reactions online.

Once your media appearances are finished post them one by one (spaced out) and use it as a chance to remind people about your music.


Remember after the album is done you're not finished! You can still continue to build buzz, get interviews and features even after your album has been released.

This will keep people interested and on their toes for what you are up to next.

Put your plan into action

Finally, you have to put your plan into action.

In order for your plan to be effective, you need to make sure that it is strong and that you can execute it.

The best way to do this is to put yourself in your audience’s shoes and see what they are looking for. Check out your audience’s profiles, and see what kind of music they listen to and what artists they have a tendency to like.

If you can find out who is going to listen to your album and who they listen to, you can then tailor your marketing to the type of music that they listen to. For example, if you know that all of your listeners listen to rap, you should be a popular artist.

In order to do this, you need to pay attention to the type of people who listen to the music that you are producing.

Promote your album

When you are promoting your album, you have to create hype. This means that every release you should solicit media appearances so you can effectively promote yourself.

You need to make yourself stand out from other artists and be noticed by the people who will be listening to your album. You can do this by sharing your music on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and more.

When you are promoting your album, you also need to promote yourself. Get an interview with you as an artist so you can explain how you've grown and what this album means to you.

You need to give your fans what they want. Give them a window into your world!