The range of careers in BitLife is almost boundless, and one of the most prestigious jobs is being a BitLife singer. It's a hugely lucrative career path, but, unsurprisingly, it's no easy feat to attain musical success.
Our BitLife singer guide will break down the benefits of being a world-famous recording artist on BitLife. We'll go over the requirements to become a singer in this text-based life sim, as well as the different roles within this career path that you can choose.
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What is a BitLife singer?
As the name suggests, a BitLife singer is exactly that: a character within BitLife who works as a singer. It's one of the highest-earning jobs in the game, and it gives you the chance to become famous within BitLife, too. That opens up its own group of activities to pursue, with the chance to earn money from writing books and appearing on TV.
Elsewhere, being a BitLife singer is a job that's hugely prestigious in the game. It can earn you a legion of fans, who you can interact with via social media posts. However, it also comes with some drawbacks, as you can be targeted by stalkers. As such, being a BitLife singer isn't all glitz and glamour all the time.
How do I become a BitLife singer?
Unlike other famous jobs like being a BitLife actor, breaking into the music industry requires a few more steps. Like the Hollywood career path, it's also not guaranteed to go well in each of your lives, as these careers can be very volatile.
First and foremost, you need to make sure that your character's vocal abilities are up to snuff. To do that, you'll want to take voice lessons every year. This is the only way to boost your singing quality, and you can look at the dedicated statistic bar to gauge how good you are. Generally speaking, you'll need to get your singing ability to at least 90% if you want to be accepted when auditioning at record labels. Voice lessons cost $500, making it a wise investment in your early years if you want to become a singer.
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Next, you'll need to apply for jobs. These BitLife singer careers appear within the Special Occupations tab, and there are a lot of other options within this before you can land a role. Once you're on that tab, you need to select whether to audition as a solo musician or as part of a group. If these are successful, and your vocal stats are high enough, there's a chance you'll be offered a role as a BitLife singer. From there, you'll spend each passing year recording, performing in concerts, and building up your musical career.
What BitLife singer careers are there?
As hinted at, there's a lot of careers you can choose from as a BitLife singer. First of all is the distinction between a solo singer and the lead singer of a band, which comes with its own job title. Aside from that, there are other musical roles to apply for that aren't a singer. These are all focused on other musical instruments, which have their own set of lessons to purchase if you want to become a professional. These are as follows:
- Bass Guitar
What are the perks of being a BitLife singer?
As you might expect, there's one main perk to being a BitLife singer: money. You can earn a very healthy salary if you become a famous singer, and slightly less if you're the lead singer of a band or not famous. However, that does take a lot of work to get to, including spending thousands of dollars on voice lessons. That said, the potential money to be made from being a musical sensation, as well as selling autobiographies and doing advertisements, makes the investment worth it.
That's everything you need to know about being a BitLife singer. It's a career path full of fame, fun, and fortune, even if it costs a lot to get started in the industry. Equipped with this knowledge, you'll be able to take radio stations by storm in no time.