Marcus Majors

Marcus Majors
Entertainer (choreographer, actor, model, tv host)

As a “ARTIST” what do you expect future “ARTIST” to learn from you.

As an entertainer I expect for future entertainers to understand the value of the market they are passionate about. There is a big difference from the talent/skills you possess and the industry you're looking to get into. All aspiring artists and entertainers need to build a business like foundation while exercising their set talent and skill. 

How do you think you're changing the game.

I'm changing the game by creating my own lane. As an entertainer I've come to notice the industry has a lot of preset stereotypes of what they want to see in a artist from the way they look and the way they move. I've come to build my own brand using social media, networking and going for unusual roles or jobs, that other artists don't approach for fear of being rejected or typecasted, breaking the barrier for others throughout the industry. 

Who’s the biggest influence in your work in the industry right now.

My biggest influence in the industry right now would be entrepreneurs and business moguls like Diddy, 50 cent, and Jay Z. The thing I love most about these men are how they took their particular skill and with hard work and dedication created multiple businesses and expanded that into empires. With their vision to become much more than just the next rapper but become something greater.  Each of these men have revolutionize the industry In their own unique way.  50cent rapper turned executive producers of the show Power, Diddy consistently out shining liquor brands with his premiere vodka Ciroc and JayZ branching out and building an inclusive artist and athlete management agency like Roc Nation. I mean that is just a pinch of what these men of done in their respectable industries. I wish to do the same with my talent as a entertainer and from their build on.

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