Well I just uploaded my song cover like 3 minutes ago and right now it just got a dislike no likes or anything. It took a lot to upload it because im a really shy person and if it already has one dislike think of how many more it will get. Should I let it get me down? Or should I continue uploading videos.
And another was just asking for a shoutout :/
Most Helpful Guy
Don't let it get to you, use that as a motivation to get better. Everyone gets better the more you practice.
Months from now, years from now, when you keep uploading videos, you'll look back and compare the like/dislike ratio difference between your first video, and your last video. You'll see how you'll have more likes than dislikes and you'll feel proud of how much you've improved.
There's always gonna be people that dislike, no matter how amazing the video is, just don't see it as something negative, but as something to motivate you to get better and keep working hard.0
Most Helpful Girl
I love to garden, and my first ever youtube video was a post about my garden literally explaining all that I had done over an arduous 3 months summer to produce the fruits and vegetables that I enjoyed. What could someone possibly dislike about fruits and vegetables. It got dislikes and rude comments.
Here's the thing I will tell you especially if you are going into the entertainment industry. You may think you're good, and you very well maybe, but if you are asking others to listen and like your music, they are just as entitled to their opinion as you are yours especially if you have a future plan for them to purchase your music. Just because someone has a Grammy award for example, doesn't mean I like their music or will ever like it. You will get criticism, you will get haters, you will get people pushing the dislike button and saying disgusting things just to troll you. You've got to know the difference between those just out to be mean spirited and those who are going to give you their honest feed back and constructive criticisms. You have to really be open to the latter so you can grow as an artist and not just think just because you made something, it's automatically going to be great and universally loved. Keep at your music, keep growing, surround yourself with good people in the industry, and if you are truly passionate about it, you won't let people discourage you to the point where you stop... especially not have a few dislikes.0