Now lets get down to how I got the name Trap Nation and what useful things I learned from other promotional channels. First, the name. Well when I started Trap Nation I actually named it, "AllTrapnation", sounds familiar right? Well yea i was 15 when I started the channel and AllThingsTrap was a big inspiration to me because they promoted music I never heard on ANY other channel, so I pretty much blatantly copied their logo and name, but denied it when he accused me of it on Facebook. Rookie mistake! Well that changed quickly, except the name. I kept the name for a LONG time, really gave my channel a theme that other channels didn't seem to have at the time and I liked it a lot. I changed my logo within a week or two after creating the channel, promoted music from searching up the most played songs under the tag, "Trap", on Soundcloud. Rookie mistake? Nope. I must say that was a really good idea to start off my channel and get a good, solid audience. After a good year and a half though I changed my name from, "AllTrapNation", to "Trap Nation". Trap Nation is obviously the better pick, it's shorter, cleaner, and sticks with you much better.
What did I learn from other channels? Well I learned not to be like them, and that's the success Trap Nation has had for the past almost two years now. I upload music I personally really like and think my audience will like, if I see a song that's glitch hop and it's REALLY good, I'll put it on my channel. "But Andre, your channel's name is Trap Nation!". Yes, I understand that. But most people forget it's MY channel and I choose to advertise and present it in any, way, shape, or form that I please. So that's always been a big factor in who I am as a person and how my channel works. I don't like generic subscribers, I like people that show feedback and show support to me and the artist, and that's what I've obtained in the past two years.
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