5 Ways To Blow As A Nigerian Artiste

Olekoo App | Inside Life
January 18, 2021

To blow as a talented person in Nigeria can be quite difficult, especially if you don’t know the ropes or what to do at certain times. But we are good people who are interested in the growth of talented people, we have ideas for you!

1. First of all, put in the work.

This one is the number one thing. Put in the work of developing yourself so you can go head to head with the other talents who are out there. If you must blow like them, you must first work as hard as them, even more.

2. Be consistent.

Don’t introduce a vibe you cannot maintain. Let consistency be your watchword.

3. Brand yourself.

What do you want to be known for? It’s time to actively think about it, and then walk and work in that direction.

4. Interact meaningfully.

You have a platform, be on-brand with it. Don’t tweet or post something off-brand or out of colour. Be known for quality and consistency.

5. Join the Olekoo App

Olekoo App is a Nigerian social media platform where talents, influencers and artists can make money when they broadcast live shows from anywhere. It was released in January 2021 and has since been described as a mashup of IG Live, CashApp and also as the Nigerian ClubHouse. 


The great thing about Olekoo app is that you as an artist or a social media influencer can start your own Live Shows (Rooms) on the app and see your followers send you gifts for showcasing your talents. The gifts are converted to cash and paid out to your bank account or PayPal. It is an easy way to make money showcasing your talent.

And if you sell online or do makeup, you can showcase your products and get people placing orders in realtime.


There are also regular competitions too that allow talents to win prizes like mentorship, label sign-up or just cash prizes.

Why not join Olekoo App today and give your career a significant boost? What are you waiting for?


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