Recording Artists (@recordingartists)

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“Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul”. This is a quote that is agreed upon by many. It has been scientifically proven that music can affect our mood and emotions positively. The Instagram account, with the handle: recording artists, has vowed to scour for great content of music and singing online to share with their followers.

The account, Recording Artists, has been posting content since late 2018. Their content revolves around posting talented musicians who have devoted their time and energy to the art of singing. They post best and jaw-dropping singing moments of very famous artists such as Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Harry Styles, and Billie Eilish. These posts receive a lot of engagement in the form of likes and comments because of the reputation and recognition of these artists. Videos by recording artists can reach up to 30,000 views on their Instagram account.

Recording Artists is committed to search for talent and share their videos to increase the recognition of talent. Not only does the account post videos of famous A-list celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes, Demi Lovato, and The Backstreet Boys, but also of up and coming artists to showcase their gift of singing as well. Recording Artists post acapella, acoustic style videos, and music videos of new and upcoming artists such as Elah Hale, Trevor Daniel, Melanie Fiona, and Lexii Lynn Fraser. Recording Artists realizes that across the globe, a lot of people have the potential and talent to make it big, but may not necessarily get the recognition in today’s world. With their posts, they are vowing to change that.

The music industry has changed considerably as the digital age has started. Now people get recognition and fame through social media, as it is one of the few channels from which people from all over the world can enjoy and see other people’s talents. Considering this, Recording Artists is the perfect method to increase the prominence of people.

Recording Artists has accumulated over 1,400,000 followers on Instagram. This is due to their active posting; they usually post good quality content up to three times every day. As reflected by the number of followers they have, their posts receive a lot of attention.

Moreover, Recording Artists post videos of upcoming artists whose voices and style of singing resemble that of already established artists. For example, they posted a video of Chloe C.  Banos, whose voice, sounds very similar to the famous artist, Ariana Grande. Posts like these are very popular as they not only capture the attention of fans of famous singers but also the fans of the upcoming singers.

To diversify their posts, Recording Artists is involved in posting humorous videos as well. They post music-related funny videos which are very well-liked by their followers. Posts like these also accumulate a lot of views, likes, and comments. This is because of posts like these appeal to the fans who are fans of music but also to those who look for funny videos on Instagram.

Recording Artists is its own platform on Instagram which aims to help artists to a breakthrough in the music industry through their posts. Recording Artists realizes that in this day and age of technology, the way to get fans and following has changed, it is very important for artists to have a prominent social media presence in order to succeed.

Realizing this fact, Recording Artists is committed to posting striking and eye-catching videos that are pleasurable to the eyes and to the ears. To attract and satisfy more followers they post iconic videos of celebrities as well. Whether it is videos of celebrities, of an upcoming artist or of humorous skits, all posts by recording artists are artistic and top-notch. They place the utmost importance on posting quality and creative content. Their Instagram handle is @recordingartists and artists can also reach them through Kik on their account: igpromos4u.

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