vanorira vanongonhongwa​


is a phrase that means good recording artists don't need gimmicks to gain traction in the media or the need to constantly pull off publicity stunts in order to bring more attention to their upcoming record single, full-length studio album (dambarefu), or live show performance. It's because they rely more on the quality of their work than anything else other dudes or daiges be doing.

Of course, it goes without saying that advances in studio technology have led to a greater number of musicians than there were in the early days of the music business. As a result, music that is composed and recorded in the comfort of your own bedroom can now easily be distributed to the public, unlike the times you'd desperately need to be signed by a music publishing company to get your foot in the showbiz.
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