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When Interviews With Rappers Go Wrong

Submitted by on December 7, 2010 – 4:03 pmOne Comment

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Being an artist doesn’t just mean you record music, film videos and perform your songs. Artists also have to promote their brand and raise awareness about themselves. There’s many ways for an artists to gain exposure, but perhaps the most effective way of becoming known is meeting with press and letting the world get to know you through interviews. Interviews give fans a glimpse into an artist’s true personality. Nowadays, there is much control over interviews. Personal questions are often off limits and publicists commonly have a list of rules the media outlets must abide by in order to interview their client. The strictness is enforced as a means of getting a good and peaceful interview, but it doesn’t guarantee it. Sometimes artists are asked the wrong question, give the wrong response, or just don’t want to do the interview after previously agreeing to it. Take a look at some of the times when artists and media personnel don’t see eye to eye:

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