When people do something for the first time and ask me what they need to do to get better I usually say to them what was said to me once: do it again. And then keep doing it. Don't stop.
Most people want to reap rewards without doing the work, but the greatest rewards come with the work not without it.
Sure, you can buy 5000 robot followers on social media, but does that really teach you anything about becoming a social media artist?
Sure, you can lip sync the vocals to a song on YouTube or throw on a bunch of autotune on your vocal track and then pretend it's your voice, but what happens when people ask you to sing live?
Sure, you can tell people you're an aspiring this or that, but if you have nothing tangible work to show for that statement you just made, should you really be saying that you're aspiring toward something?
Raw talent is important, but growth of that talent is essential. And the only way growth happens is through repetition, trial and error, and the learning and transformation that comes from both those things.