Music as Software
Bashford
494

In my mind artists shouldn’t have to please any expactations. But recording artists who sell products or endorse services you have to subscribe to in order to get their carefully engineered products should be held accountable for their output. As a customer or subscriber who expects an A-list content creator to put out something thought out and/or emotionally loaded, the idea of that person changing his or her work afterwards feels wrong. Like he or she doesn’t believe in it themselves, so why should we?

Show your support

Clapping shows how much you appreciated Mesut Kaya’s story.