The purpose of this study is to determine the
musicpreneurs perception towards self-monitoring.
Specifically, to investigate the difference among the
groups of demographics and opinion on music career on
scales of self-monitoring.The 13 items of self-monitoring
scale are measured in a four-point Likert scale (1-
Strongly Disagree, 2-Disagree, 3-Agree, 4-Strongly
Agree). Data were collected through questionnaire from
55 independent music artist. The study employed
inferential and descriptive statistical testing analysis of
variance and frequency distribution. Findings revealed
that musicpreneurs aged 25-29, having the education as
higher secondary, hailing from metro, encouraged in
music initiatives by themselves, developed interest in
music by themselves, inspired to enter into music by
themselves and involved in music activities of their own
for more than ten years were the most influential to selfmonitoring.
Keywords : Musicpreneurs, Music Initiatives, Music Interest, Music Inspiration, Self-Monitoring.